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Using Trees to Help Mitigate Tropospheric Ozone Levels and Stormwater Runoff in Desoto County

This presentation was given to the Desoto County Stormwater Engineer and Environmental Quality Director on April 4, 2013 in Hernando, MS.

The purpose of this meeting was to

(1) share results of the Desoto County forest assessment project conducted in 2010 to be used as baseline data,

(2) convince the county that management of their forest resources could help to manage runoff and mitigate air quality concerns, and

(3) list potential management strategies to use natural processes to help reduce the county’s tax burden.

Date Released/Presented
Apr 04, 2013
Air Quality/Pollution, Environmental Services, Forest Management, Stormwater Management
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