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  • scioto etc Scenarios
    with Land Use Mitigation Efforts Addressing some of the consequences of increased urbanization with land use mitigation efforts results in a delay of degradation to the Scioto River Mill Bokes Fulton Creek watershed throughout time frame The current status of the sampled sites changes in slightly in the early years but approaches very poor status after 30 years This scenario also results in very poor status by the end of

    Original URL path: http://tycho.knowlton.ohio-state.edu/smtime2.html (2015-11-11)
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  • scioto etc Scenarios
    addition to mitigation efforts in the Scioto River Mill Bokes Fulton Creek watershed improves the current water quality Additional growth regulations reduce the adverse affects of urbanization and even fostered better quality throughout the entire time sequence By the end

    Original URL path: http://tycho.knowlton.ohio-state.edu/smtime3.html (2015-11-11)
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  • scioto etc Scenarios
    Creek watershed with the results of the three proposed scenarios at the end of 50 years it is evident that water quality in all scenarios changed by the end of the time sequence It is obvious that unregulated growth and addition of mitigation provided no protection against eventual water quality at the end of the sequence In contrast by adding growth control measures to mitigation steps the water quality of

    Original URL path: http://tycho.knowlton.ohio-state.edu/smres.html (2015-11-11)
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  • Great Miami Scenarios-Descriptions
    in percent of population growth and therefore percent increase in urban area is negatively related to the physical characteristics of the nearby waterways and overall results in negative effects of water quality If no regulations or controls are imposed over time the negative effects of population growth and land use change with continue to degrade the local watershed s water quality Great Miami and Loramie Creek Watershed s Designated Growth

    Original URL path: http://tycho.knowlton.ohio-state.edu/gmforecast.html (2015-11-11)
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  • Great Miami Scenarios-Descriptions
    not change in direct proportion to urban growth but would still be significantly impacted Therefore to reflect the negative impacts of increasing dense urban area substrate and pool values decreased by 50 of the growth rate Scenario 2 Increased Urbanization with Land Use Mitigation Efforts Here the percent of urban growth and point source pollution also increases in direct proportion to the growth rate 7 1 for Champaign County over 50 years However the river s physical characteristics such as the presence of pools and adequate substrate improve based on a result of mitigation efforts It is assumed that although there is no control in urban growth if the land use is mitigated the physical characteristics of the river would not be as severely impacted by the increased urbanization Therefore to reflect the lessened negative impacts of increasing dense urban area substrate and pool values in this scenario actually increased by 40 of the growth rate Similar to the effects of urban increase the effect of mitigation efforts would not likely impact the physical attributes of the river by 100 so here the impact was estimated to be 40 of the growth rate Scenario 3 Implementing Growth Controls In this

    Original URL path: http://tycho.knowlton.ohio-state.edu/gmscen1.html (2015-11-11)
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  • BD Scenarios-Descriptions
    in percent of population growth and therefore percent increase in urban area is negatively related to the physical characteristics of the nearby waterways and overall results in negative effects of water quality If no regulations or controls are imposed over time the negative effects of population growth and land use change with continue to degrade the local watershed s water quality Big Darby Creek Watershed s Designated Growth Rate Union

    Original URL path: http://tycho.knowlton.ohio-state.edu/bdforecast.html (2015-11-11)
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  • BD Scenarios-Descriptions
    change in direct proportion to urban growth but would still be significantly impacted Therefore to reflect the negative impacts of increasing dense urban area substrate and pool values decreased by 50 of the growth rate Scenario 2 Increased Urbanization with Land Use Mitigation Efforts Here the percent of urban growth and point source pollution also increases in direct proportion to the growth rate 27 5 for Union County over 50 years However the river s physical characteristics such as the presence of pools and adequate substrate improve based on a result of mitigation efforts It is assumed that although there is no control in urban growth if the land use is mitigated the physical characteristics of the river would not be as severely impacted by the increased urbanization Therefore to reflect the lessened negative impacts of increasing dense urban area substrate and pool values in this scenario actually increased by 40 of the growth rate Similar to the effects of urban increase the effect of mitigation efforts would not likely impact the physical attributes of the river by 100 so here the impact was estimated to be 40 of the growth rate Scenario 3 Implementing Growth Controls In this final

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  • LLM Scenarios-Descriptions
    percent of population growth and therefore percent increase in urban area is negatively related to the physical characteristics of the nearby waterways and overall results in negative effects of water quality If no regulations or controls are imposed over time the negative effects of population growth and land use change with continue to degrade the local watershed s water quality Lower Little Miami River Watershed s Designated Growth Rate Warren

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