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EcoCheck (UMCES-NOAA Partnership) in collaboration with the Chesapeake Bay Program has produced a newsletter, Early summer rain event: impact on the Bay, describing some of the monitoring data and the response from the Chesapeake Bay community to the high rainfall event that hit the Bay watershed from June 24th to June 28th 2006. In some areas of the watershed, up to 15 inches of rain fell, and much of the area received 7 inches or more. The Chesapeake Bay Program quickly organized an effort to monitor and analyze dissolved oxygen, turbidity, chlorophyll a and aquatic grass in the Bay.
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