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Article from the July 2011 edition
The goal of the position is to provide analysis support for the diagnosis of the natural conditions and anthropogenic-based reasons behind the observed current status and long-term trends in tidal Chesapeake Bay basin water quality conditions. The position will be responsible for assessing the effectiveness of management actions based on long-term observed responses within the estuarine and the surrounding watershed ecosystems. The position will involve providing leadership by organizing and coordinating teams drawn from the larger regional scientific and management community. These teams will be charged with the responsibility of synthesizing data, analyzing results, and developing information for effective communication products focused on resolving the scientific and technical aspects of a select set of issues relevant to the management on an annual basis.
The Integration & Application Network is an initiative of the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science.
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