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The EcoCheck Project (NOAA-UMCES partnership) has been working closely with the Chesapeake Bay Program (CBP) and some of its partners to forecast summer ecological conditions. Forecasts of dissolved oxygen in the Bay's mainstem, harmful algal blooms in the Potomac River, and changes in aquatic grass cover were produced this year. The forecast is part of a new communication program being implemented by the Chesapeake Bay Program. IAN and the Chesapeake Bay Program hope to collaborate with interested parties to improve forecasting capacity in coming years. For further information visit: Integration & Application Network (www.ian.umces.edu) and Chesapeake Bay Program (www.chesapeakebay.net/bayforecast.htm).
Further information: www.ian.umces.edu