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Floating Wetlands event On August 8, 2010, the Waterfront Partnership, BioHabitats and Kids at Living Classroom created a floating wetland in the baltimore harbor. This included a public outreach event for students and other citizens. management,restoration,wetlands,baltimore,baltimore harbor,island,grass,regrowth,public outreach
Floating Wetlands eventPhoto (JPG) Caroline WicksEcoCheck187 views0 downloads (Details)On August 8, 2010, the Waterfront Partnership, BioHabitats and Kids at Living Classroom created a floating wetland in the baltimore harbor. This included a public outreach event for students and other citizens.Add to lightbox
Healthy Beaches Program Posted by the Florida Department of Health to inform beach visitors on up-to-date water quality information regulation,management,coastal,ecosystem,beach,public,water quality,bacteria level,data
Healthy Beaches ProgramPhoto (JPG) Caroline WicksEcoCheck215 views0 downloads (Details)Posted by the Florida Department of Health to inform beach visitors on up-to-date water quality informationAdd to lightbox
Beach Warning Flags These flags are a system designed to warn beach visitors against strong currents and dangerous marine life regulation,management,current,marine,beach,hazard,public,danger
Beach Warning FlagsPhoto (JPG) Caroline Wicks220 views0 downloads (Details)These flags are a system designed to warn beach visitors against strong currents and dangerous marine lifeAdd to lightbox
Coastal Bird Nesting Area Sign warning against pets, people and vehicles in the area of coastal bird nesting.  coastal,nest,restoration,beach,visitor use,ecosystem,regulation,management
Coastal Bird Nesting AreaPhoto (JPG) Caroline WicksEcoCheck245 views0 downloads (Details)Sign warning against pets, people and vehicles in the area of coastal bird nesting. Add to lightbox
Protected Dune Area Sign preventing disturbance of natural habitat including sea oats and other dune plants. sea oats,sand,dune,habitat,restoration,management,natural,plants
Protected Dune AreaPhoto (JPG) Caroline WicksEcoCheck246 views2 downloads (Details)Sign preventing disturbance of natural habitat including sea oats and other dune plants.Add to lightbox
Sediment Curtain Sediment curtains are used to keep dirt and dust from a construction project from entering  a larger body of water. flyover,management,environmental,degredation,industry,urban,construction
Sediment CurtainPhoto (JPG) Jane ThomasIAN, UMCES127 views0 downloads (Details)Sediment curtains are used to keep dirt and dust from a construction project from entering a larger body of water.Add to lightbox
Affects of tropical storm Irene After tropical Storm Irene, trash, mud, and logs washed into the bay. dannypoet@hotmail.com,log,hurricaine,tropical storm,great blue heron,trash,sediment,mud,2011reportcardcontest
Affects of tropical storm IrenePhoto (JPG) Danny PoetIAN, UMCES129 views2 downloads (Details)After tropical Storm Irene, trash, mud, and logs washed into the bay.Add to lightbox
No Littering off a road, looking out into the Chesapeake Bay 2011reportcardcontest,cambridge,cheer81420@hotmail.com,environmental consciousness,management,resoration
No LitteringPhoto (JPG) Stefanie Endres198 views3 downloads (Details)off a road, looking out into the Chesapeake BayAdd to lightbox
Testing Water quality Doing a demonstration of water quality testing for their 2008 Chesapeake Bay Report Card release on the Patuxent Riverbank education,ian,umces,water quality,standards
Testing Water qualityPhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIAN285 views6 downloads (Details)Doing a demonstration of water quality testing for their 2008 Chesapeake Bay Report Card release on the Patuxent RiverbankAdd to lightbox
Testing Water quality Doing a demonstration of water quality testing for their 2008 Chesapeake Bay Report Card release on the Patuxent Riverbank education,ian,umces,water quality,standards
Testing Water qualityPhoto (JPG) Jane Hawkey142 views2 downloads (Details)Doing a demonstration of water quality testing for their 2008 Chesapeake Bay Report Card release on the Patuxent RiverbankAdd to lightbox
Testing Water quality Doing a demonstration of water quality testing for their 2008 Chesapeake Bay Report Card release on the Patuxent Riverbank education,ian,umces,water quality,standards
Testing Water qualityPhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIAN200 views2 downloads (Details)Doing a demonstration of water quality testing for their 2008 Chesapeake Bay Report Card release on the Patuxent RiverbankAdd to lightbox
Oyster Hatchery Tank This tank is located at the Oyster Hatchery, at the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science Horn Point Laboratory in Cambridge, Maryland. The Horn Point oyter hatchery produces over five-hundred million oyster larvae for research, educational projects, and oyster restoration in the Chesapeake Bay and surrounding rivers. estaury,mollusc,bivalve,crassostrea gigas,research,chesapeake bay,marine,brackish,larvae,spat,restoration
Oyster Hatchery TankPhoto (JPG) Ben FertigIAN, UMCES420 views6 downloads (Details)This tank is located at the Oyster Hatchery, at the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science Horn Point Laboratory in Cambridge, Maryland. The Horn Point oyter hatchery produces over five-hundred million oyster larvae for research, educational projects, and oyster restoration in the Chesapeake Bay and surrounding rivers.Add to lightbox

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