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Reporte de salud río Tuparro 2016 (Page 1)

Reporte de salud río Tuparro 2016

Simon Costanzo, Alexandra Fries, Jane Thomas ·
6 July 2016

Este reporte de salud provee una evaluación transparente, oportuna y geográficamente detallada del río Tuparro, que es una de las sub-cuencas del río Orinoco. En 2016, la calificación global para el río Tuparro es de 3.9. Esto significa que el Tuparro cuenta con una salud moderadamente buena. Para más detalles visite el reporte en la página web orinocoriver.ecoreportcard.org.

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Reporte de salud río Vichada 2016 (Page 1)

Reporte de salud río Vichada 2016

Simon Costanzo, Alexandra Fries, Jane Thomas ·
6 July 2016

Este reporte de salud provee una evaluación transparente, oportuna y geográficamente detallada del río Vichada, que es una de las sub-cuencas del río Orinoco. En 2016, la calificación global para el río Vichada es de 3.1. Esto significa que el Vichada cuenta con una salud moderadamente buena. Para más detalles visite el reporte en la página web orinocoriver.ecoreportcard.org.

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Tomo River Report Card 2016 (Page 1)

Tomo River Report Card 2016

Simon Costanzo, Alexandra Fries, Jane Thomas ·
6 July 2016

This report card provides a transparent, timely, and geographically detailed assessment of the Tomo River, a sub-basin in the Orinoco River Basin. In 2016, the overall grade for the Tomo River is a 84%, an A-. This means the Tomo is in good health. For further details, visit the report card website at orinocoriver.ecoreportcard.org.

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Tuparro River Report Card 2016 (Page 1)

Tuparro River Report Card 2016

Simon Costanzo, Alexandra Fries, Jane Thomas ·
6 July 2016

This report card provides a transparent, timely, and geographically detailed assessment of the Tuparro River, a sub-basin in the Orinoco River Basin. In 2016, the overall grade for the Tuparro River is a 77%, a B+. This means the Tuparro is in moderately good health. For further details, visit the report card website at orinocoriver.ecoreportcard.org.

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Vichada River Report Card 2016 (Page 1)

Vichada River Report Card 2016

Simon Costanzo, Alexandra Fries, Jane Thomas ·
6 July 2016

This report card provides a transparent, timely, and geographically detailed assessment of the Vichada River, a sub-basin in the Orinoco River Basin. In 2016, the overall grade for the Vichada River is a 61%, a B-. This means the Vichada is in moderately good health. For further details, visit the report card website at orinocoriver.ecoreportcard.org.

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2015 Chesapeake Bay Report Card (Page 1)

2015 Chesapeake Bay Report Card

Caroline Donovan, Alexandra Fries, Bill Dennison ·
17 May 2016

This report card provides a transparent, timely, and geographically detailed assessment of Chesapeake Bay. In 2015, the report card includes five water quality indicators and two biotic indicators. In 2015, the overall grade for Chesapeake Bay is a 53%, a C. This means the Bay is in moderate health. Long term trends of each reporting region health and a fisheries index are also presented. For further details, visit the Report Card website.

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2015 Chester River Report Card (Page 1)

2015 Chester River Report Card

22 April 2016

In 2015, the Chester River received an overall grade of C+. CRA's Chester River Report Card is the product of tremendous volunteer effort and scientific analysis. The Chester Tester Citizen Scientists collect data at 27 stream sites twice monthly, year round. Our Riverkeeper and Watershed Manager collect samples from the mainstem of the Chester River from Eastern Neck Island to Crumpton.

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Upper Potomac Headwaters Report Card 2015 (Page 1)

Upper Potomac Headwaters Report Card 2015

Bill Dennison, Suzanne Webster, Vanessa Vargas-Nguyen, Jane Hawkey ·
10 December 2015

This report card was produced in December 2015 by The University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science and represents a joint effort of graduate students and faculty in the Marine Estuarine Environmental Sciences program at the Appalachian Laboratory in Frostburg and the Integration and Application Network. The report card provides an assessment of stream health in the Upper Potomac Headwaters region upstream of Harpers Ferry, West Virginia.

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2014 Maryland Coastal Bays report card (Page 1)

2014 Maryland Coastal Bays report card

Jane Thomas, Bill Dennison ·
8 December 2015

The aim of this report card is to provide a transparent, timely, and geographically detailed assessment of 2014 Coastal Bays health. Coastal Bays health is defined as the progress of four water quality indicators (total nitrogen, total phosphorus, chlorophyll a, dissolved oxygen) and two biotic indicators (seagrass, hard clams) toward scientifically derived ecological thresholds or goals.

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