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Line Fishing COL Deputy Director for NOAA Chesapeake Bay Office, Ecologist/Ecosystem Modeler Howard Townshend on a fishing trip on the Chesapeake Bay chesapeake,fishing,line-fishing,line,ecology
Line FishingPhoto (JPG) Caroline WicksIntegration and Application Network54 views0 downloads (Details)COL Deputy Director for NOAA Chesapeake Bay Office, Ecologist/Ecosystem Modeler Howard Townshend on a fishing trip on the Chesapeake BayAdd to lightbox
Explanatory power vs. complexity in ecological forecasting  Conceptual diagram illustrating the ideal balance between a model's complexity and its power to explain that complexity. Diagram from "Integrating and Applying Science" (pg. 104) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/259/ diagram,management,model,ecology,forecasting,communication
Explanatory power vs. complexity in ecological forecasting Raster Graphic (PNG) Jane ThomasIAN63 views8 downloads (Details)Conceptual diagram illustrating the ideal balance between a model's complexity and its power to explain that complexity. Diagram from "Integrating and Applying Science" (pg. 104) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/259/Add to lightbox
Choosing indicators in project management Conceptual diagram illustrating the general overview of selecting and reviewing ecological indicators in a environmental project. Diagram from "Integrating and Applying Science" (pg. 65) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/259/ diagram,indicator,data,review,criteria,management,ecology,framework,conceptual,application
Choosing indicators in project managementRaster Graphic (PNG) Jane ThomasIAN68 views6 downloads (Details)Conceptual diagram illustrating the general overview of selecting and reviewing ecological indicators in a environmental project. Diagram from "Integrating and Applying Science" (pg. 65) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/259/Add to lightbox
Ecological indicators in environmental management Conceptual diagram illustrating how the ecological indicators in a program will affect resources, data management, etc. Diagram from "Integrating and Applying Science" (pg. 64) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/259/ diagram,management,indicators,ecology,data,environment,resource,monitoring,analysis,communication
Ecological indicators in environmental managementRaster Graphic (PNG) Jane ThomasIAN156 views6 downloads (Details)Conceptual diagram illustrating how the ecological indicators in a program will affect resources, data management, etc. Diagram from "Integrating and Applying Science" (pg. 64) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/259/Add to lightbox
Conceptual framework for an environmental report card This diagram provides the framework for a science-based, policy-relevant, environmental health report card. driver,pressure,stressor,impact,response,human,mitigation,ecology
Conceptual framework for an environmental report cardRaster Graphic (PNG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network393 views15 downloads (Details)This diagram provides the framework for a science-based, policy-relevant, environmental health report card.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.  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, UMCES70 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
Bill gets interviewed 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,Bill Dennison,camera,health,assessment,IAN,interview,Marylands,Coastal Bays,Media Release,opportunitygraphys,press release,science,communication,UMCES,Coastal,Ecology,Teaching,Research,Laboratory,video,camera
Bill gets interviewedPhoto (JPG) Ben FertigIAN, UMCES211 views10 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.  celebration,Marylands,Coastal Bays,Media Release,press release,UMES,Coastal,Ecology,Teaching,Research,Laboratory
2008 Maryland Coastal Bays Report CardPhoto (JPG) Ben FertigIAN, UMCES40 views1 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.  celebration,EcoCheck,government,health,assessment,IAN,IAN Press,Marylands,Coastal Bays,Media Release,press release,Report,Cards,science,communication,Tim,Carruthers,UMES,Coastal,Ecology,Teaching,Research,Laboratory
2008 Maryland Coastal Bays Report CardPhoto (JPG) Emily NaumanIAN, UMCES55 views1 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.  Maryland Coastal Bays,Bill Dennison,EcoCheck,government,health,assessment,IAN,IAN Press,Marylands,Coastal Bays,Media Release,presentations,press release,Report,Cards,science,communication,UMCES,Coastal,Ecology,Teaching,Research,Laboratory
2008 Maryland Coastal Bays Report CardPhoto (JPG) Emily NaumanIAN, UMCES68 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

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