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External and internal surveys were done to help assess Ohio's science needs. External surveys consisted of a written questionnaire sent to agency personnel who partner Water Damage Carpet Cleaning Techniques or otherwise collaborate (or have the potential to collaborate) with the USGS Ohio Water Science Center; in some cases, the mailingof the questionnaire was followed by in-person or telephone interviews. 

The written questionnaire (appendix 1) sought information about the agencies' current and emerging water resource issues, important issues that are not being addressed by USGS, impediments to working with USGS, USGS influence on their decision making processes, Water Damage Carpet Cleaning Techniques USGS program balance, most relevant USGS products, and the perceived value of USGS products and services. 

Internal surveys consisted ofbrainstorming sessions during which Ohio WSC personnel identified Water Damage Carpet Cleaning Techniques and discussed issues and areas that they felt shouldbe prioritized for additional study.Results from the external and internal surveys wereconsidered in development of the Science Plan, along withnational and regional initiatives and issues. 

Logically, topics that are deemed important at multiple scales (national, regional, and/or local) were given extra consideration Water Damage Carpet Cleaning Techniques andaddressed in the Science Plan. Current Water-Resource Issues Source water protection.Identifying sources of microbial groundwater contamination. Emerging contaminants.

Understanding the severity and impacts of known contaminants (for example,emerging contaminants and C-8). Harmful algal blooms.Gaining a better understanding of the cause and impacts of blooms in lakes Water Damage Carpet Cleaning Techniques and reservoirs. Water use and availability.Answering the question,"Do we (and will we) have enough water, and what is a'reasonable' use?" 

Water security.Indentifying potential impacts ofintentional or unintentional contamination. Gage network.Maintaining adequacy for regional statistics, Water Damage Carpet Cleaning Techniques flood warning/assessment, and science support. Stormwater management and Phase II storm water regulations.Providing guidance. Effects of dam removal.

Determining potentialimpacts of site-specific dam removals. Nitrates in waters.Collecting and synthesizing datato support regulation.Emerging Water-Resource Issues Developing chemical/biological tools to characterizethe health of streams affected by acid mine drainage(AMD). Understanding the effect of longwall mining on streamrecharge Water Damage Carpet Cleaning Techniques and discharge. 

Developing a better understanding of the distributionand occurrence of algal toxins in surface waters andtheir causative factors. Better characterizing mussel populations Water Damage Carpet Cleaning Techniques and their relation to water quality. Better understanding the significance of emerging contaminants from a health and regulatory standpoint. 

Developing and validating aquatic-pathogen identification methods for assessing water security er characterizing the occurrence Water Damage Carpet Cleaning Techniques and concentrations of biological agents (for example, pathogens) indrinking-water sources. Understanding/characterizing the potential effects ofclimate change on flood hydrology. 

Better understanding the effects of runoff-reducing bestmanagement practices (BMPs) on flood hydrology Water Damage Carpet Cleaning Techniques andwater quality. Better characterizing the impacts of predicted flood magnitudes on communities and transportation arteries. Improving the understanding of highway runoff ongroundwater quality.

Important Science Areas or Topics Not Being Addressedby USGS Assistance in developing Acid Mine Drainage Abatement and Treatment plans. Research Water Damage Carpet Cleaning Techniques and information on low-volume sampling forPCBs. Research and information on antibiotics, hormones,and pathogenic organisms associated with confined animal feeding operations. 

Research into the efficacy of high-rate waste water treatment. Methods for helping to visualize what a "No AdverseImpact" approach to water-resources managementcould look like. Education of local flood-plain managers on hydrology Water Damage Carpet Cleaning Techniques and hydraulics as they relate to flood-plain regulation. 

Research into effects of channel modifications (forexample, two-stage ditches) on water quality. Research into identifying and understanding matrixeffects that inhibit or interfere with detections of Water Damage Carpet Cleaning Techniques microorganisms. Research and information on the microbial flora making up biofilms in wells and distribution systems.

Impediments to Working With USGS No funds or limited funds for the partner agency. Universities' desire to maintain intellectual property Water Damage Carpet Cleaning Techniques rights to work. Agencies make use of real-time data and StreamStatsto make operational decisions. 

One agency expressed interest in learning more aboutrapid methods for enumeration of bacteria and about PCR technologies to aid decisionmaking. Agencies reported use of other selected USGS products Water Damage Carpet Cleaning Techniques and reports in their decisionmaking processes.USGS Program Balance Agencies either felt the balance was about right or hadno opinion.

Most Relevant USGS Products Real-time and other gaging data. StreamStats. Flood-insurance studies. Sampling methods and protocols. Digital spatial data.Value of USGS Products Water Damage Carpet Cleaning Techniques and Services Those agencies who had worked with USGS felt thatUSGS services were fairly priced. 

One agency qualified the comment above to say that itapplied mostly when information of the highest quality Water Damage Carpet Cleaning Techniques was desired.Internal Survey: Summary of Important WaterResource Issues Effects of agricultural practices (for example, chemical use, animal husbandry, planting practices) on waterquality and aquatic biota. 

Effects of climate change and/or other factors (forexample, land use) on water availability and quality. Effects of mining (of various types) on water qualityand aquatic biota. Methods development for tracking, identification, Water Damage Carpet Cleaning Techniques and/or prediction of microbial contaminants in water. Source-water vulnerability due to natural and/orhuman-influenced contaminants. 

Occurrence, distribution, and effects of emerging contaminants in surface water and groundwater. Development and use of water-quality indicators. Relation of nutrients to eutrophication Water Damage Carpet Cleaning Techniques and/or algalblooms in lakes, and identification of nutrient sources. Effects of changes in water availability and/or streamflow dynamics on aquatic, riparian, and/or humanpopulations. 

Data and methods to support and improve flood warning. Assessment of physical, biological, Water Damage Carpet Cleaning Techniques and/or waterquality effects of BMPs and/or stream rehabilitationefforts (for example, low-impact development, channelmodifications, dam removal, and so forth).  

Distribution,  of Emerging Contaminants in SurfaceWater and Groundwater SystemsBackgroundA variety of chemicals that are used everyday in homes,industry, Water Damage Carpet Cleaning Techniques and agriculture enter our streams and groundwater.

Some of these chemicals are referred to as "emerging contaminants" because their widespread presence in water andpotential effects on aquatic and human health are of emergingconcern; they include compounds such as human and veterinary drugs, hormones, detergents, disinfectants, plasticizers, fire retardants, insecticides, Water Damage Carpet Cleaning Techniques and fragrances. 

Local and nationalstudies have shown that emerging contaminants commonlyoccur in complex mixtures in surface-water and groundwater systems, Water Damage Carpet Cleaning Techniques and resultant negative health effects have been documented in some aquatic communities. 

Furthermore, conventional systems for producing potable water do not completely remove some of these contaminants, resulting in the potentialfor chronic low-level exposure in humans.Goals Better understand the occurrence and distribution ofemerging contaminants in Ohio's surface-water and Water Damage Carpet Cleaning Techniques groundwater resources. 

Begin to develop an understanding of the ecological significance of observed concentrations, as well a simplications for water supplies and Water Damage Carpet Cleaning Techniques water suppliers.

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