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Pervious vs. impervious surfaces Conceptual diagram illustrating the differences between surfaces that allow groundwater flow, and surfaces that restrict it, and how each affects groundwater quality. Diagram from "Shifting Sands" (pg. 32) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/93/ diagram,environment,human,community,development,infrastructure,water quality,roofing,green roof,runoff,groundwater
Pervious vs. impervious surfacesRaster Graphic (PNG) Jane ThomasIAN779 views61 downloads (Details)Conceptual diagram illustrating the differences between surfaces that allow groundwater flow, and surfaces that restrict it, and how each affects groundwater quality. Diagram from "Shifting Sands" (pg. 32) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/93/
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Annapolis View across Annapolis. From front to back: Back Creek, Spa Creek, Severn River. Also visible are the US Naval Academy, and the Route 450 and Route 50 bridges. The Anne Arundel wastewater treatment plant is visible front left. Chesapeake Bay river,shoreline,city,buildings,Annapolis,Anne Arundel,boats,boat,docks,marina
AnnapolisPhoto (JPG) Jane ThomasIAN, UMCES504 views19 downloads (Details)View across Annapolis. From front to back: Back Creek, Spa Creek, Severn River. Also visible are the US Naval Academy, and the Route 450 and Route 50 bridges. The Anne Arundel wastewater treatment plant is visible front left.
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Coastal housing in Louisiana Houses south of Houma Coastal,Louisiana,coastal,processes,coastal,erosion,clear,hurricane,sea,level,rise,development,coastal,Louisiana
Coastal housing in LouisianaPhoto (JPG) Tim CarruthersIAN, UMCES897 views13 downloads (Details)Houses south of Houma
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The Cambridge wastewater treatment plant The Cambridge wastewater treatment plant Chesapeake Bay,MarylandChoptank River,Cambridge,wastewater,treatment,plant,sewage,residential,houses
The Cambridge wastewater treatment plantPhoto (JPG) Jane ThomasIAN, UMCES1272 views30 downloads (Details)The Cambridge wastewater treatment plant
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Baltimore Harbor Tall ship in Baltimore Harbor, Maryland sidewalk,city
Baltimore HarborPhoto (JPG) Adrian JonesIAN, UMCES1021 views20 downloads (Details)Tall ship in Baltimore Harbor, Maryland
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The Old Building and the Sea Rundown wooden buildings on the shore of Johnson's Bay Coastline,estuary,Johnsons Bay,Maryland Coastal Bays,Old,Buildings
The Old Building and the SeaPhoto (JPG) Allison DunganIAN414 views6 downloads (Details)Rundown wooden buildings on the shore of Johnson's Bay
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Eroding marshes and heavy coastal development in Fenwick Island in Assawoman Bay Eroding marshes and heavy coastal development in Fenwick Island in Assawoman Bay. development,coastal,development,wetlands,eroding,wetlands,erosion,Fenwick Island,Assawoman Bay
Eroding marshes and heavy coastal development in Fenwick Island in Assawoman BayPhoto (JPG) Joanna WoernerIAN593 views12 downloads (Details)Eroding marshes and heavy coastal development in Fenwick Island in Assawoman Bay.
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Private Jetty House and Jetty St Martins River Ocean,Pines,Maryland Coastal Bays
Private JettyPhoto (JPG) Tim Carruthers534 views6 downloads (Details)House and Jetty
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The heavily developed Fenwick Island The heavily developed Fenwick Island Maryland Coastal Bays,Fenwick Island
The heavily developed Fenwick IslandPhoto (JPG) Shih-Nan ChenHorn Point Laboratory, UMCES358 views3 downloads (Details)The heavily developed Fenwick Island
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Aerial view of the Ocean City Inlet from Isle of Wight Bay Aerial view of the Ocean City Inlet from Isle of Wight Bay. Also visible are Assateague Island and Sinepuxent Bay, and the Route 50 bridge. Isle of Wight Bay,Maryland Coastal Bays,Sinepuxent Bay Ocean,City,inlet,Assateague Island,Skimmer Island
Aerial view of the Ocean City Inlet from Isle of Wight BayPhoto (JPG) Jane ThomasIAN, UMCES1358 views50 downloads (Details)Aerial view of the Ocean City Inlet from Isle of Wight Bay. Also visible are Assateague Island and Sinepuxent Bay, and the Route 50 bridge.
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Riddle farm development on Herring and Turville Creeks Ridde Farm development on Herring and Turville Creeks, in the Isle of Wight Bay watershed. Assateague and Fenwick Islands are in the background. Maryland Coastal Bays,Herring,Turville Creek,Isle of Wight,Riddle,Farm,Assateague,Fenwick
Riddle farm development on Herring and Turville CreeksPhoto (JPG) Jane ThomasIAN, UMCES326 views2 downloads (Details)Ridde Farm development on Herring and Turville Creeks, in the Isle of Wight Bay watershed. Assateague and Fenwick Islands are in the background.
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Riddle farm development on Herring and Turville Creeks Ridde Farm development on Herring and Turville Creeks, in the Isle of Wight Bay watershed. Turville Creek is in the foreground, and Assateague Island is in the background Maryland Coastal Bays,Herring,Turville Creek,Isle of Wight,Riddle,Farm,Assateagye
Riddle farm development on Herring and Turville CreeksPhoto (JPG) Jane ThomasIAN, UMCES248 views2 downloads (Details)Ridde Farm development on Herring and Turville Creeks, in the Isle of Wight Bay watershed. Turville Creek is in the foreground, and Assateague Island is in the background
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