Monitoring Land Use/Land Cover Changes in the Lower Chippewa River Watershed (1990 - 2010)
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This project was a component of a larger study involving hydrologic water quality modeling of the Lower Chippewa River Watershed. The purpose of this study was to explore the land use/land cover (LULC) changes the watershed has witnessed over a 20-year period.
Land cover--Wisconsin--Lower Chippewa River Watershed--20th century
Land cover--Wisconsin--Lower Chippewa River Watershed--21st century
Land use--Wisconsin--Lower Chippewa River Watershed--20th century
Land use--Wisconsin--Lower Chippewa River Watershed--21st century
Lower Chippewa River Watershed (Wis.)
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