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Pickeral rush (Pontederia cordata) occupies wetland shoreline. This emergent aquatic, with its leaves and flowers above water and portions of the stem under water, is found typically in shallow, quiet water. The seeds can be eaten like nuts and the young leaf-stalks cooked as greens. Deer also feed on these plants. The common name suggests that this plant, as well as the fish known as pickerel, occupy the same habitat. plant,marsh,wetland,native,bog,swamp,Maryland
Pickeral rush (Pontederia cordata) occupies wetland shoreline.Photo (JPG) Jane HawkeyIAN, UMCES18 views1 downloads (Details)This emergent aquatic, with its leaves and flowers above water and portions of the stem under water, is found typically in shallow, quiet water. The seeds can be eaten like nuts and the young leaf-stalks cooked as greens. Deer also feed on these plants. The common name suggests that this plant, as well as the fish known as pickerel, occupy the same habitat.Add to lightbox
Pickeral rush (Pontederia cordata) This emergent aquatic, with its leaves and flowers above water and portions of the stem under water, is found typically in shallow, quiet water. The seeds can be eaten like nuts and the young leaf-stalks cooked as greens. Deer also feed on these plants. The common name suggests that this plant, as well as the fish known as pickerel, occupy the same habitat. plant,marsh,wetland,native,bog,swamp,Maryland
Pickeral rush (Pontederia cordata)Photo (JPG) Jane HawkeyIAN, UMCES15 views1 downloads (Details)This emergent aquatic, with its leaves and flowers above water and portions of the stem under water, is found typically in shallow, quiet water. The seeds can be eaten like nuts and the young leaf-stalks cooked as greens. Deer also feed on these plants. The common name suggests that this plant, as well as the fish known as pickerel, occupy the same habitat.Add to lightbox
2005 Corsica River Fish Kill A graph depicts the low oxygen levels and high ammonium concentrations in 2005 that caused large algae blooms. This put more stress on the ecosystem, resulting in the fish kill. diagram,corsica,river,fish,kill,algae,blooms,harmful,stress,low,oxygen,hypoxia,
2005 Corsica River Fish KillRaster Graphic (PNG) Jane HawkeyIntegration & Application Network19 views3 downloads (Details)A graph depicts the low oxygen levels and high ammonium concentrations in 2005 that caused large algae blooms. This put more stress on the ecosystem, resulting in the fish kill.Add to lightbox
Trends in Hypoxic Volume Since 1970 A graph depicts the increasingly high levels of hypoxia in the Chesapeake Bay since 1970. diagram,hypoxia,oxygen,levels,low,graph,trends,1970,chesapeake,bay,hypoxic,volume
Trends in Hypoxic Volume Since 1970Raster Graphic (PNG) Jane HawkeyIntegration & Application Network18 views3 downloads (Details)A graph depicts the increasingly high levels of hypoxia in the Chesapeake Bay since 1970.Add to lightbox
The Reduction of Hard Surfaces as a Key Watershed Stewardship Behavior An image depicts a house where an impervious concrete driveway has been replaced by special pavers that allow the ground below to retain water.   diagram,reduction,hard,surface,special,pavers,vegetation,rainfall,key,stewardship,behaviors,runoff,watershed,forum
The Reduction of Hard Surfaces as a Key Watershed Stewardship BehaviorRaster Graphic (PNG) Alexandra FriesIntegration & Application Network16 views0 downloads (Details)An image depicts a house where an impervious concrete driveway has been replaced by special pavers that allow the ground below to retain water. Add to lightbox
Conowingo Dam Reservoir and Susquehanna Flats Depiction In the section of the river above the dam builds up with sediment, making the dam shallower. High water flow causes scouring and the transport of sediment and associated nutrients over the dam.  On this other side of the dam phosphorus mobilizes in reaction with salt water.  Further down the river seagrass beds grow on the Susquehanna flats.    diagram,conowingo,dam,susquehanna,flats,sediment,deposition,scouring,sediment,transport,nutrients
Conowingo Dam Reservoir and Susquehanna Flats DepictionRaster Graphic (PNG) Brianne WalshIntegration & Application Network31 views4 downloads (Details)In the section of the river above the dam builds up with sediment, making the dam shallower. High water flow causes scouring and the transport of sediment and associated nutrients over the dam. On this other side of the dam phosphorus mobilizes in reaction with salt water. Further down the river seagrass beds grow on the Susquehanna flats. Add to lightbox
Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site Resources and Threats Human impacts to Fort Union Trading Post include loss of native grass species, invasive plants and reduced river flow. Methods such as prescribed fire and the planting of native species have been used to restore and protect the site. Diagram from "Northern Great Plains Network Newsletter" (p. 2) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/newsletters/publication/206/northern_great_plains_network_using_conceptual_diagrams_to_aid_communication_2009-01-27/  diagram,fort,union,trading,post,resources,threats,national,park,service,
Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site Resources and ThreatsRaster Graphic (PNG) Jane HawkeyIntegration & Application Network6 views1 downloads (Details)Human impacts to Fort Union Trading Post include loss of native grass species, invasive plants and reduced river flow. Methods such as prescribed fire and the planting of native species have been used to restore and protect the site. Diagram from "Northern Great Plains Network Newsletter" (p. 2) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/newsletters/publication/206/northern_great_plains_network_using_conceptual_diagrams_to_aid_communication_2009-01-27/ Add to lightbox
Flow Capacity for the Mississippi River A diagram illustrates the flow capacity for the Mississippi River in thousands of cubic feet per second, based on the 1956 project design flood. The Ohio river is the 200,000 square-mile eastern drainage of the Mississippi River watershed. Diagram from "Ohio River Basin Report Card" (p. 2)- http://ian.umces.edu/enewsletter/article/504/ohio_river_basin_report_card_workshop_newsletter/   diagram,mississippi,river,flow,capacity,ohio,river,project,design,flood,drainage
Flow Capacity for the Mississippi RiverRaster Graphic (PNG) Jane ThomasIntegration & Application Network10 views0 downloads (Details)A diagram illustrates the flow capacity for the Mississippi River in thousands of cubic feet per second, based on the 1956 project design flood. The Ohio river is the 200,000 square-mile eastern drainage of the Mississippi River watershed. Diagram from "Ohio River Basin Report Card" (p. 2)- http://ian.umces.edu/enewsletter/article/504/ohio_river_basin_report_card_workshop_newsletter/ Add to lightbox
Mississippi River Report Card Workshop Timeline A conceptual diagram illustrates the dates and locations of different Mississippi River Report Card workshops. The workshop process is used to bring different groups together to strengthen the report card and promote broad prospectives, dialogue and collaboration. Diagram from "Lower Mississippi River Basin Report Card" (p.4)- http://ian.umces.edu/press/newsletters/publication/446/lower_mississippi_river_basin_report_card_workshop_newsletter_2014-05-21/  diagram,mississippi,river,workshop,timeline,2012,2014,2013
Mississippi River Report Card Workshop TimelineRaster Graphic (PNG) Jane ThomasIntegration & Application Network6 views0 downloads (Details)A conceptual diagram illustrates the dates and locations of different Mississippi River Report Card workshops. The workshop process is used to bring different groups together to strengthen the report card and promote broad prospectives, dialogue and collaboration. Diagram from "Lower Mississippi River Basin Report Card" (p.4)- http://ian.umces.edu/press/newsletters/publication/446/lower_mississippi_river_basin_report_card_workshop_newsletter_2014-05-21/ Add to lightbox
Mississippi River Watershed Map  The Mississippi River Watershed includes six sub-basins and stretches across 31 states and two Canadian provinces.  Each sub-basin has its own indicators and results that will all be used in creating the report card.  Diagram from "Lower Mississippi River Report Card" (p. 4)- http://ian.umces.edu/press/newsletters/publication/446/lower_mississippi_river_basin_report_card_workshop_newsletter_2014-05-21/ diagram,mississippi,river,watershed,map,states,cities
Mississippi River Watershed Map Raster Graphic (PNG) Jane ThomasIntegration & Application Network6 views1 downloads (Details)The Mississippi River Watershed includes six sub-basins and stretches across 31 states and two Canadian provinces. Each sub-basin has its own indicators and results that will all be used in creating the report card. Diagram from "Lower Mississippi River Report Card" (p. 4)- http://ian.umces.edu/press/newsletters/publication/446/lower_mississippi_river_basin_report_card_workshop_newsletter_2014-05-21/Add to lightbox
Threats and Features of the Lower Mississippi River Basin The Lower Mississippi River Basin supports a diversity of uses, dependent upon both natural and human engineered systems. This conceptual diagram illustrates the main threats and key features of the river basin. Diagram from "Lower Mississippi River Basin Report Card" (p. 2)- http://ian.umces.edu/press/newsletters/publication/446/lower_mississippi_river_basin_report_card_workshop_newsletter_2014-05-21/   diagram,lower,mississippi,river,basin,threats,features,map
Threats and Features of the Lower Mississippi River BasinRaster Graphic (PNG) Jane ThomasIntegration & Application Network9 views1 downloads (Details)The Lower Mississippi River Basin supports a diversity of uses, dependent upon both natural and human engineered systems. This conceptual diagram illustrates the main threats and key features of the river basin. Diagram from "Lower Mississippi River Basin Report Card" (p. 2)- http://ian.umces.edu/press/newsletters/publication/446/lower_mississippi_river_basin_report_card_workshop_newsletter_2014-05-21/ Add to lightbox
Lower Mississippi Workshop Connections Several connections were made at the Lower Mississippi River Basin workshops. These connections will be used to develop a basin-wide report card for the watershed.    diagram,flood,control,risk,economic,services,infrastructure,recreation,water,supply,ecosystems
Lower Mississippi Workshop ConnectionsRaster Graphic (PNG) Jane ThomasIntegration & Application Network8 views1 downloads (Details)Several connections were made at the Lower Mississippi River Basin workshops. These connections will be used to develop a basin-wide report card for the watershed. Add to lightbox

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