Dye traces were conducted in the area of Harmony, MN in southern Fillmore County as part of the Environmental and Natural Resources Trust Fund (ENRTF) Springshed Mapping project. The traces described in this report were conducted to improve the delineation of the springsheds in the Harmony area. This report covers traces completed in October 2007, June 2009, and November 2010. Tracing had been completed in the vicinity previously for the ENRTF-Springshed project in the spring of 2008 (Green et al., 2008) and fall of 2008 (Green et al., 2009); as part of the ENRTF-Hydraulic Impacts of Quarries and Pits project from 2002-2004 (Green et al, 2003); in 1997 (Alexander et al, 1997); during the Fillmore County Geologic Atlas Project in 1993 and 1994 (Alexander et al, 1995); and for earlier work summarized in Alexander and others (1995) and by Kingston (1943).
Six Dye Traces with tables and figures. A collaborative effort between the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and the University of Minnesota.
Funding for this project is provided by the Minnesota Environment and Natural Resources Trust Fund and the Clean Water, Land and Legacy Amendment. Legislative Citizen Commission on Minnesota Resources (LCCMR).
Green, Jeffrey A; Peters, Andrew J; Luhmann, Andrew J; Alexander, Scott C; Wheeler, Betty J; Alexander Jr., E. Calvin.
Dye Trace Report Harmony, Minnesota Area Traces: October 2007, June 2009, and November 2010 Fillmore County, Minnesota.
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