The 2010 Cache River Symposium occurred on October 12 in Vienna, Illinois and was hosted by the Cache River Joint Venture Partnership in conjunction with Southern Illinois University Carbondale. The general purpose of the meeting is to expand communication between researchers, agencies and local community members so as to educate attendees about recent scientific findings as well as concerns regarding restoration and management within the watershed.

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Submissions from 2010

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Status of the Ohio River Basin Fish Habitat Partnership, Nate Caswell

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Research on Wildland Visitor Inventories for Management Communications, Ken Chilman

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Drivers and Constraints Affecting Community Capacity for Watershed Management, Mae Davenport

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Hydrologic and Hydraulic Modeling of the Cache River for Evaluating Alternative Restoration Measures, Mike Demissie, Laura Keefer, Yanqing Lian, and Elias Bekele

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Bird Responses to Bottomland Forest Restoration in the Cache River Watershed, Jeff Hoover

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Big Creek as a Laboratory for a Virtual Watershed, Christopher Lant

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Climate Change in Illinois and Baldcypress Swamps, Beth Middleton

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Predicting Ecological Responses to Reconnection of the Cache River, Heidi Rantala

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Quantifying the Water Quality Benefits of Riparian Buffers in the Cache River Watershed, Karl Williard and Jon Schoonover