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Lawn Fertilizer Limitation as a Key Stewardship Behavior An image illustrates how lawn fertilizer can negatively impact the watershed when rain washes it into the water system. diagram,watershed,rain,lawn,fertilizer,eutrophication,nutrients,forum,key,stewardship,behavior
Lawn Fertilizer Limitation as a Key Stewardship BehaviorRaster Graphic (PNG) Alexandra FriesIntegration and Application Network20 views1 downloads (Details)An image illustrates how lawn fertilizer can negatively impact the watershed when rain washes it into the water system.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 and Application Network41 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
Main Threats and Key Features of the Upper Mississippi River Sub-Basin A conceptual diagram illustrates the main threats and key features of the Upper-Mississippi River Sub-Basin. Some of these threats include harmful algal blooms, power plants and urban centers. Diagram from "Upper Mississippi River Sub-Basin Report card workshop" (p. 2) - http://ian.umces.edu/enewsletter/article/494/upper_mississippi_river_sub_basin_report_card_workshop_newsletter/ diagram,upper,mississippi,river,sub-basin,threats,features,nutrients,urban,centers,algal,blooms
Main Threats and Key Features of the Upper Mississippi River Sub-BasinRaster Graphic (PNG) Jane ThomasIntegration and Application Network17 views1 downloads (Details)A conceptual diagram illustrates the main threats and key features of the Upper-Mississippi River Sub-Basin. Some of these threats include harmful algal blooms, power plants and urban centers. Diagram from "Upper Mississippi River Sub-Basin Report card workshop" (p. 2) - http://ian.umces.edu/enewsletter/article/494/upper_mississippi_river_sub_basin_report_card_workshop_newsletter/Add to lightbox
Floating Wetlands Structure and Impact Emergent wetland species are planted in a buoyant matrix that floats at the water surface. The roots of these plants grow through the matrix and take up the nutrients they need to grow directly from the water, potentially decreasing nutrient concentrations.   diagram,floating,wetlands,water,quality,plants,chesapeake,bay,watershed,stormwater,nutrients
Floating Wetlands Structure and ImpactRaster Graphic (PNG) Brianne WalshIntegration and Application Network15 views5 downloads (Details)Emergent wetland species are planted in a buoyant matrix that floats at the water surface. The roots of these plants grow through the matrix and take up the nutrients they need to grow directly from the water, potentially decreasing nutrient concentrations. Add to lightbox
Light and Dark Conditions Impact on Submerged Aquatic Vegetation Growth Excess nutrients will result in increased chlorophyll and turbidity, limiting the amount of light that reaches benthic sediment. Light is essential for healthy submerged aquatic vegetation growth. Diagram from "New Insights" (p.30)- http://ian.umces.edu/pdfs/ian_report_438.pdf
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Light and Dark Conditions Impact on Submerged Aquatic Vegetation GrowthRaster Graphic (PNG) Brianne WalshIntegration and Application Network19 views2 downloads (Details)Excess nutrients will result in increased chlorophyll and turbidity, limiting the amount of light that reaches benthic sediment. Light is essential for healthy submerged aquatic vegetation growth. Diagram from "New Insights" (p.30)- http://ian.umces.edu/pdfs/ian_report_438.pdf
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Algae Overgrowth An overabundance of algae occurs in ponded areas of Pipe Creek, where animal waste from geese washes into the creek. Increased nutrients from the waste causes algae to grow and bloom. Sandusky, Ohio. photo,Pipe Creek,pond,stream,water,algae,bloom,algae bloom,animal waste,geese,bird,goose,creek,nutrient,Sandusky,Ohio
Algae OvergrowthPhoto (JPG) Alexandra FriesIntegration and Application Network102 views4 downloads (Details)An overabundance of algae occurs in ponded areas of Pipe Creek, where animal waste from geese washes into the creek. Increased nutrients from the waste causes algae to grow and bloom. Sandusky, Ohio.Add to lightbox
Algae Overgrowth An overabundance of algae occurs in ponded areas of Pipe Creek, where animal waste from geese washes into the creek. Increased nutrients from the waste causes algae to grow and bloom. Sandusky, Ohio. photo,Pipe Creek,creek,pond,water,algae,animal waste,bloom,nutrient,waste,Sandusky,Ohio
Algae OvergrowthPhoto (JPG) Alexandra FriesIntegration and Application Network60 views1 downloads (Details)An overabundance of algae occurs in ponded areas of Pipe Creek, where animal waste from geese washes into the creek. Increased nutrients from the waste causes algae to grow and bloom. Sandusky, Ohio.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
Inputs: nutrients 2 Illustration showing sediment inputs. symbol,vector,illustration,inputs,flows,sediment,dirt,soil,runoff,pollution,contaminants,
Inputs: nutrients 2Vector Graphic (SVG) Tracey SaxbyIntegration and Application Network360 views158 downloads (Details)Illustration showing sediment inputs.Add to lightbox
Bird stake installation Conceptual diagram illustrating a stake with an attached roosting block placed in an area with damaged seagrasses.  Roosting birds defecate into the water adding nutrients that stimulate seagrass growth and recovery across the damaged area.  Diagram from "Tropical Connections: South Florida's marine environment" (pg. 287) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/374/ diagram,seagrasses,recovery,restoration,birds,roosting,defecation,defecate,nutrient addition,growth
Bird stake installationRaster Graphic (PNG) Kris BeckertIAN, UMCES293 views5 downloads (Details)Conceptual diagram illustrating a stake with an attached roosting block placed in an area with damaged seagrasses. Roosting birds defecate into the water adding nutrients that stimulate seagrass growth and recovery across the damaged area. Diagram from "Tropical Connections: South Florida's marine environment" (pg. 287) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/374/Add to lightbox
Seagrass nutrient transport Conceptual diagram illustrating differences in nutrient transport between benthic algae and seagrasses.  Diagram from "Tropical Connections: South Florida's marine environment" (pg. 250) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/374/ diagram,algae,seagrass,benthic,holdfast,transport,nutrients,diffusion,flowering,vascular,plants,internal,roots,sediment
Seagrass nutrient transportRaster Graphic (PNG) Kris BeckertIAN, UMCES460 views40 downloads (Details)Conceptual diagram illustrating differences in nutrient transport between benthic algae and seagrasses. Diagram from "Tropical Connections: South Florida's marine environment" (pg. 250) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/374/Add to lightbox
Virus tracer study Conceptual diagram illustrating a virus tracer study demonstrating that Class V injection wells can cause contamination of surface waters within the environment due to the porous nature of the limestone substrate.  Diagram from "Tropical Connections: South Florida's marine environment" (pg. 144) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/374/ diagram,package treatment plant,injection well,bacteriophage tracer plume,discharge,Class V,contamination,wastewater,nutrients,microbes,contaminants,sewage effluents
Virus tracer studyRaster Graphic (PNG) Kris BeckertIntegration and Application Network, UMCES505 views2 downloads (Details)Conceptual diagram illustrating a virus tracer study demonstrating that Class V injection wells can cause contamination of surface waters within the environment due to the porous nature of the limestone substrate. Diagram from "Tropical Connections: South Florida's marine environment" (pg. 144) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/374/Add to lightbox

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