Accession Number : ADA098254
Title : Great River Environmental Action Team II (GREAT II). Upper Mississippi River. (Guttenberg, Iowa to Saverton, Missouri). Cultural Resources Work Group. Appendix.
Descriptive Note : Final rept.
Corporate Author : GREAT RIVER ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION TEAM
Report Date : Dec 1980
Pagination or Media Count : 115
Abstract : The purpose of the GREAT II Studies is to identify and resolve conflicts resulting from separate legislative actions of Congress which mandated that the Upper Mississippi River be managed in the national interest for commercial navigation and as a fish and wildlife refuge. The concept of the study originated from a need to coordinate the maintenance activities of a nine foot navigation channel by the U.S. Corps of Engineers from Guttenberg, Iowa to Saverton, Missouri with other river uses. GREAT II was founded because of increasing concern by conservationists and the general public over the lack of information available about the impacts of U.S. Corps of Engineers channel maintenance activities on many key resources of the river. The scope of the GREAT II Study is directed toward developing a river system management plan incorporating total river resource requirements. GREAT II was organized early in fiscal year 1977 (October 1976 through September 1977) and is studying the river from Guttenberg, Iowa to Saverton, Missouri.
Descriptors : *ARCHEOLOGY , RESOURCES , RESOURCE MANAGEMENT , MISSISSIPPI RIVER , CULTURE , IOWA , WISCONSIN , ILLINOIS , MISSOURI
Subject Categories : Humanities and History
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE