A Watershed Approach to Managing the Natural Resources in South Carolina
Date of Award
Environmental Policy & Mgmt
Master of Env Policy Mgmt
Environmental Policy And Management
MS4; NPDES; South Carolina; Water -- Pollution -- South Carolina; Water quality -- South Carolina; watershed approach; Watershed Management -- South Carolina
Environmental degradation from point and non-point source pollution in the past ten years has made it increasingly clear that threats to aquatic resources cannot adequately be addressed without a more integrated watershed approach to the management. Through comprehensive, qualitative interviews of experts in the watershed approach in South Carolina, recommendations will be made to improve this holistic process. Conducting interviews to compile institutional knowledge on the incentives and barriers from professionals working within the watershed approach will show how managing the natural resources in South Carolina could be more effective and efficient. By gathering experiences of lessons learned, best approach techniques, and suggestions for future watershed planning, several recommendations were made to further the use of the watershed approach in South Carolina.
Wahl, Greg, "A Watershed Approach to Managing the Natural Resources in South Carolina" (2006). University College: Environmental Policy Management Capstones. 176.