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Coastal Wetlands Resilience to Climate Change Comparison Coastal wetlands that are protected from erosion have an adequate sediment supply to build upwards, and will likely be more resilient to the effects of climate change. Diagram from "Chesapeake Bay Report Card 2013" (p.1)- http://ian.umces.edu/press/report_cards/publication/447/2013_chesapeake_bay_report_card_2014-05-23/   diagram,climate,change,coastal,wetlands,resilience,effects,erosion,protection,sediment,supply
Coastal Wetlands Resilience to Climate Change ComparisonRaster Graphic (PNG) Alexandra FriesIntegration and Application Network57 views13 downloads (Details)Coastal wetlands that are protected from erosion have an adequate sediment supply to build upwards, and will likely be more resilient to the effects of climate change. Diagram from "Chesapeake Bay Report Card 2013" (p.1)- http://ian.umces.edu/press/report_cards/publication/447/2013_chesapeake_bay_report_card_2014-05-23/ Add to lightbox
Human-caused and natural vulnerabilities of Chesapeake Bay to climate impacts Diagram depicting Human-caused and natural vulnerabilities of Chesapeake Bay to climate impacts. Diagram from 2013 Chesapeake Bay Report Card. http://ian.umces.edu/ecocheck/report-cards/chesapeake-bay/2013/ climate change,agriculture,impervious surface,low-lying habitats,shallow-water habitats,storms
Human-caused and natural vulnerabilities of Chesapeake Bay to climate impactsRaster Graphic (PNG) Tracey SaxbyIntegration and Application Network23 views4 downloads (Details)Diagram depicting Human-caused and natural vulnerabilities of Chesapeake Bay to climate impacts. Diagram from 2013 Chesapeake Bay Report Card. http://ian.umces.edu/ecocheck/report-cards/chesapeake-bay/2013/Add to lightbox
Rain barrel Conceptual digram illustrating a rain barrel design to stop sediment and nutrients from running off property into storm drains. Diagram from http://ian.umces.edu/ecocheck/report-cards/chesapeake-bay/2011/ diagram,rain barrel,water,drain,downspout,spigot,storm,sediment runoff,nutrient runoff,bay friendly,water clarity
Rain barrelRaster Graphic (PNG) Caroline WicksIntegration and Application Network129 views9 downloads (Details)Conceptual digram illustrating a rain barrel design to stop sediment and nutrients from running off property into storm drains. Diagram from http://ian.umces.edu/ecocheck/report-cards/chesapeake-bay/2011/Add to lightbox
Geographic scaling of report cards Conceptual diagram illustrating the geographic scale of an environmental report card. The three assessments shown are that of the Chesapeake Bay on a national, regional, and local level. Diagram from "Integrating and Applying Science" (pg. 79) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/259/ diagram,illustration,local,regional,national,chesapeake,bay,data,scale,report,card
Geographic scaling of report cardsRaster Graphic (PNG) Jane ThomasIAN56 views11 downloads (Details)Conceptual diagram illustrating the geographic scale of an environmental report card. The three assessments shown are that of the Chesapeake Bay on a national, regional, and local level. Diagram from "Integrating and Applying Science" (pg. 79) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/259/Add to lightbox
Division of regions in ecological report cards Conceptual diagram illustrating how an estuary can be divided in ecological reporting. Diagram from "Integrating and Applying Science" (pg. 83) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/259/ diagram,region,bay,chesapeake,report,card,testing,sample,tributaries
Division of regions in ecological report cardsRaster Graphic (PNG) Jane ThomasIAN49 views11 downloads (Details)Conceptual diagram illustrating how an estuary can be divided in ecological reporting. Diagram from "Integrating and Applying Science" (pg. 83) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/259/Add to lightbox
Five Steps to Develop an Environmental Report Card Environmental report cards synthesize and communicate large amounts of data to a broad audience. They can be used as a way to catalyze improvements in ecosystem health, guide restoration efforts, resolve transboundary differences, develop new environmental insights, create new indicators and metrics, justify monitoring efforts, accelerate data analyses, and stimulate relevant research. report card,ecosystem health
Five Steps to Develop an Environmental Report CardRaster Graphic (PNG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network147 views14 downloads (Details)Environmental report cards synthesize and communicate large amounts of data to a broad audience. They can be used as a way to catalyze improvements in ecosystem health, guide restoration efforts, resolve transboundary differences, develop new environmental insights, create new indicators and metrics, justify monitoring efforts, accelerate data analyses, and stimulate relevant research.Add to lightbox
Hospitality: casino Illustration of casino symbol,vector,illustration,service,industry,hospitality,casino,travel,tourism,recreation,gambling,card,games,slot,machines,poker,playing,cards,deck
Hospitality: casinoVector Graphic (SVG) Kim Kraeer, Lucy Van Essen-Fishman, Tracey SaxbyIntegration and Application Network647 views32 downloads (Details)Illustration of casinoAdd to lightbox
Hospitality: visitor center Illustration of visitor center symbol,vector,illustration,service,industry,visitor,center,travel,tourism,recreation,highway,welcome,center,maps,brochures,postcards
Hospitality: visitor centerVector Graphic (SVG) Kim Kraeer, Lucy Van Essen-FishmanIntegration and Application Network240 views61 downloads (Details)Illustration of visitor centerAdd to lightbox
Playing cards Illustration of playing cards symbol,vector,illustration,playing,cards,deck,hgames,recreation,gambling,poker,jack,queen,king,ace,diamonds,spades,hearts,clubs
Playing cardsVector Graphic (SVG) Kim Kraeer, Lucy Van Essen-FishmanIntegration and Application Network4550 views111 downloads (Details)Illustration of playing cardsAdd to lightbox
2008 Maryland Coastal Bays Report Card First annual release of the Maryland's Coastal Bays Report Card. These sensitive coastal lagoons received an overall grade of C+ for 2008. Scientists, the Maryland Coastal Bays Program, National Parks Service, state and local politicians, other dignitaries, and the general public gathered to hear the assessment which was based on water quality and other monitoring data and disseminated widely through various media. The Report Card was a collaboration between several entities, including the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, IAN, EcoCheck, and the Maryland Coastal Bays Program.  Maryland Coastal Bays,EcoCheck,government,health,assessment,IAN,IAN Press,Marylands,Coastal Bays,Media Release,presentations,press release,Report,Cards,science,communication,UMES,Coastal,Ecology,Teaching,Research,Laboratory
2008 Maryland Coastal Bays Report CardPhoto (JPG) Emily NaumanIAN, UMCES51 views2 downloads (Details)First annual release of the Maryland's Coastal Bays Report Card. These sensitive coastal lagoons received an overall grade of C+ for 2008. Scientists, the Maryland Coastal Bays Program, National Parks Service, state and local politicians, other dignitaries, and the general public gathered to hear the assessment which was based on water quality and other monitoring data and disseminated widely through various media. The Report Card was a collaboration between several entities, including the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, IAN, EcoCheck, and the Maryland Coastal Bays Program. Add to lightbox
IAN Press products First annual release of the Maryland's Coastal Bays Report Card. These sensitive coastal lagoons received an overall grade of C+ for 2008. Scientists, the Maryland Coastal Bays Program, National Parks Service, state and local politicians, other dignitaries, and the general public gathered to hear the assessment which was based on water quality and other monitoring data and disseminated widely through various media. The Report Card was a collaboration between several entities, including the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, IAN, EcoCheck, and the Maryland Coastal Bays Program.  Maryland Coastal Bays,books,EcoCheck,government,health,assessment,IAN,IAN Press,Marylands,Coastal Bays,Media Release,press release,Report,Cards,science,communication,Shifting,Sands,UMES,Coastal,Ecology,Teaching,Research,Laboratory
IAN Press productsPhoto (JPG) Emily NaumanIAN, UMCES71 views7 downloads (Details)First annual release of the Maryland's Coastal Bays Report Card. These sensitive coastal lagoons received an overall grade of C+ for 2008. Scientists, the Maryland Coastal Bays Program, National Parks Service, state and local politicians, other dignitaries, and the general public gathered to hear the assessment which was based on water quality and other monitoring data and disseminated widely through various media. The Report Card was a collaboration between several entities, including the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, IAN, EcoCheck, and the Maryland Coastal Bays Program. Add to lightbox
2008 Maryland Coastal Bays Report Card First annual release of the Maryland's Coastal Bays Report Card. These sensitive coastal lagoons received an overall grade of C+ for 2008. Scientists, the Maryland Coastal Bays Program, National Parks Service, state and local politicians, other dignitaries, and the general public gathered to hear the assessment which was based on water quality and other monitoring data and disseminated widely through various media. The Report Card was a collaboration between several entities, including the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, IAN, EcoCheck, and the Maryland Coastal Bays Program.  books,celebration,EcoCheck,government,health,assessment,IAN,IAN Press,Marylands,Coastal Bays,Media Release,press release,Report,Cards,science,communication,Shifting,Sands,UMES,Coastal,Ecology,Teaching,Research,Laboratory
2008 Maryland Coastal Bays Report CardPhoto (JPG) Emily NaumanIAN, UMCES38 views4 downloads (Details)First annual release of the Maryland's Coastal Bays Report Card. These sensitive coastal lagoons received an overall grade of C+ for 2008. Scientists, the Maryland Coastal Bays Program, National Parks Service, state and local politicians, other dignitaries, and the general public gathered to hear the assessment which was based on water quality and other monitoring data and disseminated widely through various media. The Report Card was a collaboration between several entities, including the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, IAN, EcoCheck, and the Maryland Coastal Bays Program. Add to lightbox

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