The Center for TMDL and Watershed Studies: Creating Resources and Tools for Watershed Management
The Center for TMDL and Watershed Studies (the Center) is committed to improving the quality and effectiveness of watershed planning processes, including total maximum daily loads (TMDLs). The Center conducts basic and applied research, and provides educational programming tailored to the specific needs of stakeholders, government personnel, and technical professionals. Personnel associated with the Center provide expertise on scientific, engineering, sociological, economic, and policy issues related to watershed management and the TMDL process. The Center is actively involved in developing TMDLs and TMDL implementation plans in situations where the methodology and guidance to develop such deliverables are not well defined.
Benham, B. (2006). The Center for TMDL and Watershed Studies: Creating Resources and Tools for Watershed Management. The Journal of Extension, 44(6), Article 30. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol44/iss6/30