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Pervious vs. impervious surfaces Conceptual diagram illustrating the differences between surfaces that allow groundwater flow, and surfaces that restrict it, and how each affects groundwater quality. Diagram from "Shifting Sands" (pg. 32) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/93/ diagram,environment,human,community,development,infrastructure,water quality,roofing,green roof,runoff,groundwater
Pervious vs. impervious surfacesRaster Graphic (PNG) Jane ThomasIAN368 views35 downloads (Details)Conceptual diagram illustrating the differences between surfaces that allow groundwater flow, and surfaces that restrict it, and how each affects groundwater quality. Diagram from "Shifting Sands" (pg. 32) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/93/Add to lightbox
Power lines in Shenandoah In Shenandoah National Park, electrical power lines cross through the park, and the area around them must be maintained and managed. While they are needed, they also bisect the natural areas of the park and can disturb wildlife. Shenandoah National Park, VA. photo,electricity,conservation,national park,biodiversity,protection,nature,electricity poles
Power lines in ShenandoahPhoto (JPG) Alexandra FriesIntegration and Application Network29 views0 downloads (Details)In Shenandoah National Park, electrical power lines cross through the park, and the area around them must be maintained and managed. While they are needed, they also bisect the natural areas of the park and can disturb wildlife. Shenandoah National Park, VA.Add to lightbox
Power lines in Shenandoah In Shenandoah National Park, electrical power lines cross through the park, and the area around them must be maintained and managed. While they are needed, they also bisect the natural areas of the park and can disturb wildlife. Shenandoah National Park, VA. photo,electricity,conservation,national park,biodiversity,protection,nature,electricity poles
Power lines in ShenandoahPhoto (JPG) Alexandra FriesIntegration and Application Network32 views0 downloads (Details)In Shenandoah National Park, electrical power lines cross through the park, and the area around them must be maintained and managed. While they are needed, they also bisect the natural areas of the park and can disturb wildlife. Shenandoah National Park, VA.Add to lightbox
Power lines in Shenandoah In Shenandoah National Park, electrical power lines cross through the park, and the area around them must be maintained and managed. While they are needed, they also bisect the natural areas of the park and can disturb wildlife. Shenandoah National Park, VA. photo,electricity,conservation,national park,biodiversity,protection,nature,electricity poles
Power lines in ShenandoahPhoto (JPG) Alexandra FriesIntegration and Application Network50 views1 downloads (Details)In Shenandoah National Park, electrical power lines cross through the park, and the area around them must be maintained and managed. While they are needed, they also bisect the natural areas of the park and can disturb wildlife. Shenandoah National Park, VA.Add to lightbox
Prison Illustration of a prison tower, with fence in front and prison behind symbol,vector,illustration,development,infrastructure,prison,tower,jail,watchguard,high,security,fence
PrisonVector Graphic (SVG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network1239 views53 downloads (Details)Illustration of a prison tower, with fence in front and prison behindAdd to lightbox
Prison Tower Illustration of a prison tower symbol,vector,illustration,development,infrastructure,prison,tower,jail,watchguard,high security,fence
Prison TowerVector Graphic (SVG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network664 views25 downloads (Details)Illustration of a prison towerAdd to lightbox
Private Jetty House and Jetty St Martins River Ocean,Pines,Maryland Coastal Bays
Private JettyPhoto (JPG) Tim Carruthers415 views6 downloads (Details)House and JettyAdd to lightbox
Pt Judith Harbor of Refuge, Jerusalem, RI West wall of the Pt Judith Harbor of Refuge, Narragansett RI. Taken while getting in one last day in the striper fishing season.  NEEA,Mid,Atlantic,Region,Point,Judith,RI
Pt Judith Harbor of Refuge, Jerusalem, RIPhoto (JPG) Christopher DeacutisNBEP1822 views3 downloads (Details)West wall of the Pt Judith Harbor of Refuge, Narragansett RI. Taken while getting in one last day in the striper fishing season. Add to lightbox
Public boat launch and adjacent parking lot. This Talbot County public boat launch is at Easton Point. Stormwater river input from the parking lot is unopposed; the lot was completely submerged in Hurricane Isabel, Sept. 2003.
May 2005, Tred Avon River, Easton, MD hydrocarbon,metal,oil,grease,pollution,runoff,urban,impact
Public boat launch and adjacent parking lot.Photo (JPG) Jane HawkeyIAN/UMCES493 views6 downloads (Details)This Talbot County public boat launch is at Easton Point. Stormwater river input from the parking lot is unopposed; the lot was completely submerged in Hurricane Isabel, Sept. 2003.
May 2005, Tred Avon River, Easton, MD
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Public boat launch and fuel dock. The Easton Point area has this public county boat launch and a commercial marina with waterfront fuel sales. Stormwater river input from the parking lot is unopposed, and the fuel pumps can often be seen standing half submerged in high water events. The likelihood of diesel and gas fuel spills and stormwater runoff pollution is significant.
May 2005, Tred Avon River, Easton, MD hydrocarbon,metal,oil,grease,pollution,runoff,urban,impact
Public boat launch and fuel dock.Photo (JPG) Jane HawkeyIAN/UMCES390 views7 downloads (Details)The Easton Point area has this public county boat launch and a commercial marina with waterfront fuel sales. Stormwater river input from the parking lot is unopposed, and the fuel pumps can often be seen standing half submerged in high water events. The likelihood of diesel and gas fuel spills and stormwater runoff pollution is significant.
May 2005, Tred Avon River, Easton, MD
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Queenstown Queenstown, Maryland, on Queenstown Creek which drains to the Chester River aerial,agriculture,Chesapeake Bay,Eastern,Shore,estuary,farms,fields,forest,landuse,MarylandQueen,Annes County,trees
QueenstownPhoto (JPG) Jane ThomasIAN, UMCES110 views4 downloads (Details)Queenstown, Maryland, on Queenstown Creek which drains to the Chester RiverAdd to lightbox
Railroad Bridge Railroad across the Middle Branch near I-95. aerial,flyover,Chesapeake Bay,Maryland,USA,railroad,track,Middle Branch,bridge,Patapsco River
Railroad BridgePhoto (JPG) Alexandra FriesIAN/ EcoCheck166 views2 downloads (Details)Railroad across the Middle Branch near I-95.Add to lightbox

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