Where nature and the city meet

While agricultural soil erosion in Eagle Creek Watershed may not be considered a major problem, no-till is one way to protect the water quality by reducing any erosion occurring.

Improving the Water Quality

This report should be referenced as:

Tedesco, L.P., Pascual, D.L., Shrake, L.K., Hall, R.E., Casey, L.R., Vidon, P.G.F., Hernly, F.V., Salazar, K.A., Barr, R.C., Ulmer, J., Pershing, D., 2005. Eagle Creek Watershed Management Plan: An Integrated Approach to Improved Water Quality. Eagle Creek Watershed Alliance, CEES Publication 2005-07, IUPUI, Indianapolis, 182p.

Also available online at: www.cees.iupui.edu

Authors’ Contact Information:  
Lenore P. Tedesco
CEES
Director
Denise Lani Pascual
CEES
Research Scientist
Lora K. Shrake
CEES
Project Coordinator, Research Scientist
Bob E. Hall
CEES/IUPUI Geology
Systems Engineer
Leda R. Casey
CEES/IUPUI Geology
Research Associate
Philippe G.F. Vidon
IUPUI Geology
CEES Affiliated Faculty
F. Vincent Hernly
CEES/IUPUI Geology
Research Staff
Kara A. Salazar
CEES
Education and Outreach Coordinator
Robert C. Barr
CEES
Affiliated Research Associate
 
Center for Earth and Environmental Science
723 W. Michigan St. SL118
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Phone: 317.274.7154
Fax: 317.274.7966
www.cees.iupui.edu
John Ulmer
ECWTF, Chairman
1880 S 950 East
Zionsville, IN 46077
(317) 769-3500
Dale Pershing
Environmental Health, Safety, and Security
Veolia Water Indianapolis, LCC
Indianapolis, IN 46202
(317) 920-6474
Acknowledgements:  
Kaylan Lee Randolph, CIWRP Intern
Alisha Hileman, CIWRP Intern
Bonny Elifritz, IDEM Watershed Specialist