Fishing surveys -- Oahe, Lake (S.D. and N.D.) -- Statistics -- Periodicals; Fishing -- Oahe, Lake (S.D. and N.D.) -- Statistics -- Periodicals; Fish populations -- Oahe, Lake (S.D. and N.D.) -- Statistics -- Periodicals
This report includes data collected from annual fish population surveys and angler use and harvest surveys collected during 2011 on Lake Oahe, South Dakota. Dingell-Johnson Project F-21-R-44
South Dakota State Fair; Trees -- South Dakota -- Surveys; Trees, Care of -- South Dakota -- Management
This management plan is designed to inform the State Fair staff of the current resource conditions of the South Dakota state fairgrounds, and to give the landholder some options for management that will achieve their goals and objectives. The tract...
Water quality management -- Research grants -- South Dakota; Nonpoint source pollution -- Research grants -- South Dakota
Annual report of the South Dakota Nonpoint Source (NPS) Pollution Program which is administered by the South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources' (DENR) Water Resources Assistance Program (WRAP).
Finance, Public -- South Dakota -- Auditing; Legislative auditing -- South Dakota
Report that includes the financial statements for the state of South Dakota as
of June 30, 2012 and for the year then ended. The report also presents the results of audit of the
state’s compliance with state and federal laws and regulations.
Roads -- South Dakota -- Finance; Transportation and state -- South Dakota; Federal aid to transportation -- South Dakota; Motor fuels -- Taxation -- South Dakota; Finance, public -- South Dakota
The objectives of this investigation is to describe current federal, state, and local revenue streams for state and local highways. Also, to examine the value and practicality of current and alternative local, state, and federal revenue streams.
Water quality management -- South Dakota -- Vermillion River Watershed; Bacterial pollution of water -- South Dakota -- Vermillion River Watershed; Sediment control -- South Dakota -- Vermillion River Watershed; Nonpoint source pollution -- South...
The project goal was to restore the beneficial uses of the Vermillion River through the implementation of Best Management Practices (BMPs) in the watershed that target sources of fecal coliform bacteria and suspended solids of the river. Section...
Health education (Secondary) -- South Dakota; Health surveys -- South Dakota; High school students -- Health and hygiene -- South Dakota -- Statistics; Middle school students -- Health and hygiene -- South Dakota -- Statistics
This study represents a follow-up to the South Dakota Secondary Health studies conducted biennially since the 1997-1998 school year. The purpose of the study was to assess the status of secondary health and health education in South Dakota public...
Transportation -- South Dakota -- Brookings County -- Planning; Highway planning -- South Dakota -- Brookings County -- Planning; Urban transportation -- South Dakota -- Brookings County -- Finance
The Master Transportation Plan examines the current and projected state of the county’s roadway, railroad, and trails systems, and makes recommendations for the
maintenance, safety, capacity, and mobility improvements to each of these components.
Water quality management -- Big Sioux River Watershed (S.D. and Iowa); Water -- Pollution -- Total maximum daily load -- Big Sioux River Watershed (S.D. and Iowa); Bacterial pollution of water -- Big Sioux River Watershed (S.D. and Iowa); Sediment...
The project goal was “Improve the water quality of the Lower Big Sioux River by implementing
Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) developed for this section of the river”.
Water quality management -- South Dakota -- Brown County -- Statistics; Water -- Pollution -- Total maximum daily load -- South Dakota -- Brown County; Suspended sediments -- Statistics; Phosphorus -- South Dakota -- Brown County; Watershed...
Final report of the Brown County Water Quality Improvement Project. "This project was completed in cooperation with the State of South Dakota and the United States Environmental Protection Agency, Region 8."