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Pound net The oldest type of net used by the Chesapeake Bay watermen is called a pound net. Wooden stakes are pushed into the bottom of the Bay, spaced apart in a line that runs across the tide. Nets are strung between the stakes and along the bottom of the river, making a fish trap. In late February the pound netter starts to put in the stakes. By the middle of March he will set his nets and start fishing. Each day the waterman goes out to the pound net and scoops the fish out with a hand net. He will not remove the pound net, except for many repairs, until November. fishing,occupation,livelihood,Talbot County,Maryland
Pound netPhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIAN, UMCES29 views0 downloads (Details)The oldest type of net used by the Chesapeake Bay watermen is called a pound net. Wooden stakes are pushed into the bottom of the Bay, spaced apart in a line that runs across the tide. Nets are strung between the stakes and along the bottom of the river, making a fish trap. In late February the pound netter starts to put in the stakes. By the middle of March he will set his nets and start fishing. Each day the waterman goes out to the pound net and scoops the fish out with a hand net. He will not remove the pound net, except for many repairs, until November.Add to lightbox
Chilika Lake Fishing and Aquaculture Pressures Unsustainable fishing and aquaculture practices have put pressure on the Chilika Lake ecosystem. Dead fish thrown back into the water contaminate the lake while shrimp pens trap sediment and kill juvenile fish.   diagram,fishing,aquaculture,pressures,overfishing,water,contamination,pressures,chilika,lake
Chilika Lake Fishing and Aquaculture PressuresRaster Graphic (PNG) Jane HawkeyIntegration & Application Network15 views1 downloads (Details)Unsustainable fishing and aquaculture practices have put pressure on the Chilika Lake ecosystem. Dead fish thrown back into the water contaminate the lake while shrimp pens trap sediment and kill juvenile fish. Add to lightbox
Fish trap 2 Illustration of a fish trap used in Chilika Lake, a brackish water lagoon spread over the Puri, Khurda and Ganjam districts of Odisha state on the east coast of India. symbol,vector,illustration,environmental degradation,fish stock,resource depletion,fish,fishery,catch,food,livelihood,India,Chilika
Fish trap 2Vector Graphic (SVG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network29 views4 downloads (Details)Illustration of a fish trap used in Chilika Lake, a brackish water lagoon spread over the Puri, Khurda and Ganjam districts of Odisha state on the east coast of India.Add to lightbox
Ipomoea pes-caprae (Beach Morning Glory) In Hawaiian, this common flowering vine is called pohuehue. It was used by ancient Hawaiians for cordage, leaves as shade for fish traps, and medicinally. symbol,vector,illustration,Convolvulaceae,indigenous
Ipomoea pes-caprae (Beach Morning Glory)Vector Graphic (SVG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network141 views28 downloads (Details)In Hawaiian, this common flowering vine is called pohuehue. It was used by ancient Hawaiians for cordage, leaves as shade for fish traps, and medicinally.Add to lightbox
Shoreline erosion control Conceptual diagram illustrating a hardened shoreline vs a natural shoreline. The hardened shoreline has concrete rip-rap or a sea wall. It can be very costly and can also interrupt natural shoreline processes and sand movement that can lead to increased erosion downdrift from the structure. A natural shoreline incorporates native vegetation with a buffer strip of sand and/or fiber logs. It filters runoff and traps sediment, actually widening the beach, and providing valuable shoreline habitat for wildlife. diagram,climate change,sea level rise,flooding,protection,erosion,shoreline,buffer,rip rap,bulkhead
Shoreline erosion controlRaster Graphic (PNG) Jane HawkeyIAN, UMCES357 views25 downloads (Details)Conceptual diagram illustrating a hardened shoreline vs a natural shoreline. The hardened shoreline has concrete rip-rap or a sea wall. It can be very costly and can also interrupt natural shoreline processes and sand movement that can lead to increased erosion downdrift from the structure. A natural shoreline incorporates native vegetation with a buffer strip of sand and/or fiber logs. It filters runoff and traps sediment, actually widening the beach, and providing valuable shoreline habitat for wildlife.Add to lightbox
Mangrove ecological functions Conceptual diagram illustrating the important ecological functions that mangroves provide to the marine environment.  Diagram from "Tropical Connections: South Florida's marine environment" (pg. 311) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/374/ diagram,mangrove,ecosystem goods and services,ecological function,marine environment,filter runoff,trap carbon,peat,habitat,flooding,protection,improve water quality,fisheries,recreational resources,reduce carbon dioxide,CO2,atmosphere
Mangrove ecological functionsPhoto (PNG) Kris BeckertIntegration and Application Network, UMCES901 views107 downloads (Details)Conceptual diagram illustrating the important ecological functions that mangroves provide to the marine environment. Diagram from "Tropical Connections: South Florida's marine environment" (pg. 311) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/374/Add to lightbox
Ghost Pot A washed up crab trap on the beach of the Chesapeake Bay, Maryland 2011reportcardcontest,ourlove08262000@aol.com,chesapeake,kent island,terrapin park,crab,irene,low tide,tide
Ghost PotPhoto (JPG) Melissa Jo Keever Bridges99 views4 downloads (Details)A washed up crab trap on the beach of the Chesapeake Bay, MarylandAdd to lightbox
Choptank River Bridge The Choptank River Bridge is found in Maryland, USA cambridge,trappe,bridge,infrastructure,human
Choptank River BridgePhoto (JPG) Jane ThomasIAN168 views6 downloads (Details)The Choptank River Bridge is found in Maryland, USAAdd to lightbox
Ai'opio Fishtrap Kaloko-Honokohau National Historic Park, Hawaii Ai'opio Fishtrap,Hawaii,Kaloko-Honokohau,National Park
Ai'opio FishtrapPhoto (JPG) Joanna WoernerIAN94 views7 downloads (Details)Kaloko-Honokohau National Historic Park, HawaiiAdd to lightbox
"Ai'opio Fishtrap", Honokohau Beach Kaloko-Honokohau National Historic Park, Hawaii Kaloko-Honokohau,National Park,Honokohau Beach,Hawaii,Ai'opio Fishtrap
"Ai'opio Fishtrap", Honokohau BeachPhoto (JPG) Joanna WoernerIAN209 views0 downloads (Details)Kaloko-Honokohau National Historic Park, HawaiiAdd to lightbox
Monachus schauinslandi (Hawaiian Monk Seal) Illustration of a Hawaiian monk seal (Monachus Schauinslandi) symbol,vector,illustration,Hawaiian monk seal,Chordata,Vertebrata,Gnathostomata,Tetrapoda,Mammalia,Theria,Carnivora,Caniformia,Pinnipedia
Monachus schauinslandi (Hawaiian Monk Seal)Vector Graphic (SVG) Joanna WoernerIntegration and Application Network458 views91 downloads (Details)Illustration of a Hawaiian monk seal (Monachus Schauinslandi)Add to lightbox
Fish trap for population monitoring near Challis National Park, Idaho
Fish trap for population monitoringPhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIAN, UMCES37 views1 downloads (Details)near Challis National Park, IdahoAdd to lightbox

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