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Natural Resource Damage Assessment
Kalamazoo River Remedial and Restoration Objectives, Letter to James Saric, U.S. EPA, dated February 27, 2015 (4-page PDF ; February 2015)
Stage 1 Assessment Report for Kalamazoo River Environment: Recreational Fishing Study Update, July 16, 2009 (192K PDF ; July 16, 2009)
Peer Review of MSU's PCB Exposure and Effects Studies in the Floodplain of the Kalamazoo River (719k PDF ; December 1, 2008)
Stage 1 Assessment Report
• Presentation on Stage 1 Assessment Report from public meeting (1,100k PDF; March 15, 2005)
Draft Stage 1 Assessment Plan for Kalamazoo River Environment Site (642k PDF ; November 2000) We accepted public comments on this draft plan through January 16, 2001.
Preassessment Screen and Determination (600k PDF ; May 30, 2000)
Freshwater Mussel (Unionidae) Relocations in the Kalamazoo River for the Allied Paper, Inc. / Portage Creek / Kalamazoo River Superfund Site Projects in Allegan County, Michigan ( March 8, 2018) by Environmental Solutions & Innovations, Inc.
Evaluation of Mussel Survival from the Former Plainwell Impoundment Translocation (PDF ; October 8, 2010)
Translocation of Freshwater Mussels from the Former Plainwell Impoundment (PDF ; March 19, 2010)
Freshwater Mussels of the Kalamazoo River, Michigan, from Battle Creek to Saugatuck (328k PDF ; Oct. 1, 2001) by Renee Sherman Mulcrone and Charles Mehne, DVM