|Title||Mapping Potentially Restorable Wetlands in the Rock River Basin|
|Publication Type||Government Report|
|Year of Publication||2008|
|Publisher||Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources|
The Rock River Basin area is the third location in Wisconsin where potentially restorable wetlands (PRWs) have been mapped. The Rock River Basin is the largest area to be analyzed so far, at 2.3 million acres, covering some or all of 11 counties. Using the previous two study sites as guides, the methods have been refined and improved. To expedite the process time, input datasets have been chosen that have statewide cover. Therefore, the mapping decisions made for this basin, can be applied to other watersheds or basins in the future.
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# CD 96544501-0