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Upland trees, phragmites marsh and concrete shoreline protection.
Concrete slabs are sometimes spaced apart to provide wildlife access to and from wetlands and uplands while providing some degree of shoreline protection.
May 2005, Town Creek, Oxford, MD

Upland trees, phragmites marsh and concrete shoreline protection. Concrete slabs are sometimes spaced apart to provide wildlife access to and from wetlands and uplands while providing some degree of shoreline protection.
May 2005, Town Creek, Oxford, MD bank,erosion,innovative,shoreline,protection,aquatic,fauna,native,species,nesting,rip,rap,wetland,plants,flora,invasive,exotic,species

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Upland trees, phragmites marsh and concrete shoreline protection.
Concrete slabs are sometimes spaced apart to provide wildlife access to and from wetlands and uplands while providing some degree of shoreline protection.
May 2005, Town Creek, Oxford, MD
Midshipmen clean Bay Midshipmen from the U.S. Naval Academy participate in "Clean the Bay Day". Arbor Day at Naval Amphibious Base, Little Creek, VA Navy volunteers from Naval Amphibious Base, Little Creek, VA participate in tree plantings with local school children as part of continuing education and outreach. DoD,Arbor,Day,tree,planting Heron Nesting Platform at Bloodsworth Island, MD The Department of Defense and U.S. Fish and Wildlife personnel restore Heron Nesting Platforms at Bloodsworth Island, MD DoD,heron Upland trees, phragmites marsh and shoreline protection. Concrete slabs, shown on the left side of the photo, can be spaced apart to provide wildlife access to and from wetlands and uplands while still providing some degree of shoreline protection. This innovative approach is generally considered an improvement over the common rip rap shown on the right side of this photo, which is a significant and often insurmountable obstacle to wildlife.
May 2005, Town Creek, Oxford, MD bank,erosion,soft,shoreline,protection,aquatic,fauna,native,species,nesting,habitat,rip,rap,wetlands Upland trees, phragmites marsh and concrete shoreline protection. Concrete slabs are sometimes spaced apart to provide wildlife access to and from wetlands and uplands while providing some degree of shoreline protection.
May 2005, Town Creek, Oxford, MD bank,erosion,innovative,shoreline,protection,aquatic,fauna,native,species,nesting,rip,rap,wetland,plants,flora,invasive,exotic,species Wake Sensitive Area Sign Sign requesting that boaters maintin wakes of 18" or less. Located in the upper reaches of the Patuxent River. Evidence of bank erosion behind the sign wash,speed
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Filename:iil-ian-jh-0028.jpg
Album name:hawkey / Management/Restoration
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Keywords: bank, erosion, innovative, shoreline, protection, aquatic, fauna, native, species, nesting, rip, rap, wetland, plants, flora, invasive, exotic, species
Author Name:Jane Hawkey
Author Company:IAN/UMCES
Date created (MM/DD/YYYY):05/00/05
Media Type:Photo
File Size:1413 KB
Date added:Jun 27, 2005
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Image Description:May 2005, Town Creek, Oxford, MD
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Date Time:2005:06:22 11:27:02
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