IAN Seminar Series 2014

The goal of the IAN seminar series is to provide concise, thought-provoking ideas relating to Chesapeake Bay science and management. Short presentations (15 minutes maximum length) are immediately followed by a lunchtime discussion of the topics raised by the presenter. The discussion is summarized and is posted along with a pdf version of the seminar slides. The seminars are captured on video and posted under a Creative Commons license so they can be freely shared.

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DateSpeakerSeminarSeries
Tue 31
Jan
2012
http://ian.umces.edu/seminarseries/
Water Quality Monitoring on the Sassafras River - Jamie Brunkow (SRA) - IAN Seminar Series
2012-01-31T12:00:00-05:00 2012-01-31T13:00:00-05:00
Macknis Room, Chesapeake Bay Program Office, 410 Severn Avenue (Suite 109), Annapolis MD
The Sassafras river is a small tributary of the Chesapeake Bay. The Sassafras river association is responsible for preserving the water quality of the estuary. This involves measuring the water quality, reporting the findings, and making active changes concerning surrounding farmers, fishermen, and local business owners. In summary, water quality was found to increase farther downstream. Also, there are high chlorophyll and PH levels throughout the year.
Jamie Brunkow
SRA
riverkeeper@sassafrasriver.org
Water Quality Monitoring on the Sassafras River

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Abstract

The Sassafras river is a small tributary of the Chesapeake Bay. The Sassafras river association is responsible for preserving the water quality of the estuary. This involves measuring the water quality, reporting the findings, and making active changes concerning surrounding farmers, fishermen, and local business owners. In summary, water quality was found to increase farther downstream. Also, there are high chlorophyll and PH levels throughout the year.



Time and Venue

Seminars start at 12 noon, scheduled for 45 mins (15 mins plus 30 min question/discussion time).

Science for Citizens seminars are held in the Joe Macknis Conference Room (Fish Shack) at the Chesapeake Bay Program Office, 410 Severn Avenue, Annapolis MD 21403, immediately following the monthly meetings of the Science Technical Analysis and Reporting (STAR) team meetings.

Citizens for Science seminars are conducted at the UMCES Annapolis Office, 1 Park Place, Suite 325, Annapolis, MD 21401.



Inquiries

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