Fisheries -- South Dakota -- Statistics; Fishery management -- South Dakota; Fishing surveys -- South Dakota
Fish community surveys are conducted by the South Dakota Department of Game, Fish and Parks (SDGFP) to monitor fish populations throughout Region IV, which is comprised of 13 counties in northeastern South Dakota.
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Fishing -- South Dakota; Fishing -- South Dakota -- Maps; Fishery law and legislation -- South Dakota
Handbook providing information on licensing, statewide harvest limits, East River regulations, Missouri River regulations, West River regulations, Black Hills regulations, and general regulations for fishing in South Dakota.
Transportation -- South Dakota -- Codington County -- Planning; Highway planning -- South Dakota -- Codington County -- Planning; Urban transportation -- South Dakota -- Codington County -- Finance
The purpose of this plan is to evaluate the transportation system in Codington County, South Dakota including all components that affect the system in order to respond to current needs as well as anticipate system needs 20 years in the future.
Nonpoint source pollution -- South Dakota -- Corsica Lake -- Statistics; Water quality -- South Dakota -- Corsica Lake -- Statistics; Lake sediments -- South Dakota -- Corsica Lake -- Statistics; Water quality biological assessment -- South Dakota...
Report of the Corsica Lake Assessment Project, conducted to locate and document sources of nonpoint source pollution in the watershed.
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."
Trends in goose kill and species composition shown are based on goose kill records of 18 landowners in the vicinity of Sand Lake Refuge near Columbia, South Dakota and along the Missouri River near Platte and Chamberlain.