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EXPERT REPORTS REFERENCED IN BRWA COMMENTS ON C&H REG 5 PERMIT


Appendices to comments


Assessment of Environmental Data and Draft Regulatory Changes Regarding  the C&H CAFO, Including the Present Draft Permit JoAnn M. Burkholder, Ph.D., 2 April 2017


Review of C&H Hog Farms Application for Arkansas Pollution Control and Ecology Commission Regulation 5, Liquid Animal Waste Management System Permit, April, 2017, M. D. Smolen, Ph.D. Water Quality Specialist Lithochimeia, LLC.


Utilizing Fluorescent Dyes to Identify Meaningful Water-Quality Sampling Locations and Enhance Understanding of Groundwater Flow Near a Hog CAFO on Mantled Karst—Buffalo National River, Southern Ozarks

in press 2017, U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report

 By Van Brahana, Carol Bitting, Katerina Kosic-Ficco, Teresa Turk John Murdoch, Brian Thompson, and Ray Quick



Review of C & H Hog Farm Animal Waste Management Plan, Report prepared for Earthjustice, January 2, 2014, M. D. Smolen, Ph.D. Water Quality Specialist Lithochimeia, LLC.


Permitted Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation Assessment Buffalo National River, Arkansas, David N. Mott November 2016 Released March 15, 2017.


Buffalo National River Water Quality Report, 1985-2011, Watershed Conservation Resource Center, Sandi Formica, Director. March 9, 2017.

Aley, T., 1982. Characterization of Groundwater Movement and Contamination Hazards on the Buffalo National River, Arkansas: Ozark Underground Laboratory, Protem, Missouri.


Aley, T. and C. Aley, 1989. Delineation and characterization of the recharge area for Mitch Hill Spring, Buffalo National River, Arkansas: Ozark Underground Laboratory, Protem, Missouri.


Aley, Thomas, 1999. Inventory and delineation of karst hydrological features, Buffalo National River, Arkansas: Ozark Underground Laboratory, Protem, Missouri.


Aley, T. and C. Aley, 2000. Inventory and delineation of karst features, Buffalo National River, Arkansas. Report on Phase 2 investigations and final project report: Ozark Underground Laboratory, Protem, MO. 


Mott, D.N., Hudson, M.R., and Aley, T., 2000, Hydrogeologic Investigations Reveal Interbasin Recharge Contributes Significantly to Detrimental Nutrient Loads at Buffalo National River, Arkansas: Proc. of the Arkansas Water Resources Center Annual Research Conference on Environmental Hydrology, AWRC misc. pub. no. 284, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas. 

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