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Esox lucius (Northern Pike) Illustration of Esox lucius (Northern Pike)

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Esox lucius (Northern Pike)Vector Graphic (SVG) Tracey SaxbyIntegration and Application Network158 views30 downloads (Details)Illustration of Esox lucius (Northern Pike)

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Sander vitreus (Yellow Walleye) Illustration of a Yellow Walleye (Sander vitreus) symbol,vector,illustration,yellow walleye,Chordata,Actinopterygii,Perciformes,Percidae,Sander,freshwater fish,walleye,walleyed pike,colored pike,yellow pike,pickerel
Sander vitreus (Yellow Walleye)Vector Graphic (SVG) Tracey SaxbyIntegration and Application Network158 views22 downloads (Details)Illustration of a Yellow Walleye (Sander vitreus)Add to lightbox
Female mallard (Anas platyrhynchos) and ducklings Mother duck and ducklings paddle around a river cove off Lake Michigan. bird,waterbird,migratory,native,female
Female mallard (Anas platyrhynchos) and ducklingsPhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIAN, UMCES272 views2 downloads (Details)Mother duck and ducklings paddle around a river cove off Lake Michigan.Add to lightbox
Restored Chesapeake Bay oyster buy boat These traditional boats tended to the oyster fleets working the beds in the Bay, buying harvested oysters from the oystermen in the afternoon, and running those oysters to faraway markets and rail centers in Norfolk, Crisfield, Baltimore, and Washington DC, and to local shucking houses and canneries around the Bay. watercraft,fishing,oystering,shellfish,harvest,market,waterman,livelihood,occupation,working,Talbot County,Maryland
Restored Chesapeake Bay oyster buy boatPhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIAN, UMCES328 views6 downloads (Details)These traditional boats tended to the oyster fleets working the beds in the Bay, buying harvested oysters from the oystermen in the afternoon, and running those oysters to faraway markets and rail centers in Norfolk, Crisfield, Baltimore, and Washington DC, and to local shucking houses and canneries around the Bay.1 commentsAdd to lightbox
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, UMCES372 views2 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.1 commentsAdd to lightbox
Duck blind Goose and duck hunters build these blinds on the calm waterways of Chesapeake Bay tributaries. Chesapeake Bay,bird,hunting,shoreline,river,recreation,marsh,Talbot County,Maryland
Duck blindPhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIAN, UMCES319 views1 downloads (Details)Goose and duck hunters build these blinds on the calm waterways of Chesapeake Bay tributaries.Add to lightbox
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, UMCES270 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, UMCES269 views2 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
Canada geese (Branta canadensis) with goslings Adult geese and juvenile goslings paddle around a river cove off Lake Michigan. bird,goose,waterbird,migratory,native,resident
Canada geese (Branta canadensis) with goslingsPhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIAN, UMCES190 views1 downloads (Details)Adult geese and juvenile goslings paddle around a river cove off Lake Michigan.Add to lightbox
The Causes and Effects of Eutrophication A conceptual diagram illustrates the key features of the Chesapeake Bay watershed as well as the inputs that stimulate eutrophication and the symptoms of eutrophication.   diagram,eutrophication,chesapeake,bay,symptoms,inputs,factors,contribution,harmful,algal,blooms
The Causes and Effects of EutrophicationRaster Graphic (PNG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network790 views108 downloads (Details)A conceptual diagram illustrates the key features of the Chesapeake Bay watershed as well as the inputs that stimulate eutrophication and the symptoms of eutrophication. Add to lightbox
Rain Barrels as a Key Watershed Stewardship Behavior An image depicts a rain barrel attached to the downspout on the side of a house. These barrels collect rain to be reused at a later time.    diagram,rain,barrels,runoff,prevention,rainfall,watershed,forum,gutters,key,stewardship,behavior
Rain Barrels as a Key Watershed Stewardship BehaviorRaster Graphic (PNG) Alexandra FriesIntegration and Application Network299 views10 downloads (Details)An image depicts a rain barrel attached to the downspout on the side of a house. These barrels collect rain to be reused at a later time. Add to lightbox
Rain Gardens as a Key Stewardship Behavior An image depicts a rain garden, which is a bed of vegetation planted for the specific purpose of retaining rainwater and limiting runoff. diagram,rain,garden,rainfall,watershed,runoff,limitation,key,stewardship,behavior,vegetation,forum
Rain Gardens as a Key Stewardship BehaviorRaster Graphic (PNG) Alexandra FriesIntegration and Application Network218 views6 downloads (Details)An image depicts a rain garden, which is a bed of vegetation planted for the specific purpose of retaining rainwater and limiting runoff.Add to lightbox

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