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Critical Trends Assessment Phase II

 

Inventory of Resource Rich Areas in Illinois:
An Evaluation of Ecological Resources
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Prepared for the Department of Natural Resources
by Liane Suloway, Mark Joselyn, and Patrick W. Brown
Center for Wildlife Ecology
Illinois Natural History Survey, 1996

A web based reproduction of the printed volume.
IDNR/EEA-96/08 3M/1996
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INTRODUCTION TO THE PROGRAM

STATEWIDE SUMMARIES

 

  • DESCRIPTION OF AREA SUMMARIES
  • Map showing location of Resource Rich Areas in Illinois, by Mark Joselyn and Liane Suloway
    AREA SUMMARIES

     

    1. DRIFTLESS AREA
    2. SUGAR RIVER
    3. CHAIN O' LAKES - FOX RIVER
    4. ILLINOIS BEACH
    5. KISHWAUKEE RIVER
    6. ROCK RIVER
    7. DUPAGE RIVER
    8. MISSISSIPPI - LOWER ROCK
    9. DES PLAINES RIVER
    10. THORN CREEK
    11. PRAIRIE PARKLANDS - MIDEWIN
    12. KANKAKEE - IROQUOIS
    13. PEORIA WILDS
    14. NAUVOO
    15. MACKINAW RIVER
    16. MIDDLE ILLINOIS RIVER
    17. VERMILION RIVER
    18. BIG RIVERS
    19. EMBARRAS RIVER
    20. SANGAMON RIVER
    21. UPPER WABASH RIVER
    22. SOUTHERN TILL PLAIN
    23. KARST/CAVE AREA
    24. LOWER WABASH RIVER
    25. KASKASKIA BOTTOMS
    26. MIDDLE FORK BIG MUDDY
    27. ILLINOIS OZARKS
    28. SHAWNEE HILLS
    29. CACHE RIVER
    30. CRETACEOUS HILLS

     

    METHODOLOGY
    REFERENCES, AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

     

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