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1. Geospatial Data from the Maryland Department of Natural Resources [MD_DNR_GEOSPATIAL]
The GeoSpatial Data Center from the Maryland Department of Natural Resources will allow you to find natural resources related data for use in your Geographic Information Systems (GIS) ...

2. Historical Changes in Salinity, Water Quality, and Vegetation in Biscayne Bay [USGS_SOFIA_hist_salinity_wq_veg_bb_04]
The objectives of this project are to examine in broad context the historical changes in the Biscayne Bay ecosystem at selected sites on a decadal-centennial scale, and to correlate these changes ...

3. Maryland Biological Stream Survey [MD_DNR_BSS]
The Maryland Biological Stream Survey developed as a response to questions raised by the Maryland Synoptic Stream Survey of 1987 (see "Acid Deposition" pages for full discussion) and the MBSS Pilot ...

4. Monitoring Sub-aquatic Vegetation Through Remote Sensing: a Pilot Study in Florida Bay [USGS_SOFIA_monitor_sav_rs_fb_04]
This pilot study will focus on Florida Bay, a region that suffered the loss of 40,000 ha of turtle grass in a die-off event that began in 1987, and a small, localized die-off in 1999. These events ...

5. NJ Coastal Studies: Barnegat Bay [RUTGERS_COASTAL_BARNEGAT]
The Grant F. Walton Center for Remote Sensing and Spatial Analysis continues its long-term commitment applying geo-spatial technology for coastal zone ecological analysis and management in the Barnegat ...

6. Predicting effects of hydrologic restoration on manatees along the southwest coast of Florida [USGS_SOFIA_manatees_04]
This project focuses on West Indian manatee (Trichechus manatus latirostris) distribution, habitat use and movement patterns to address questions important to understanding the ecology of several ...

7. The Distribution of Submersed Aquatic Vegetation in the Fresh and Oligohaline Tidal Potomac River, 2004 [USGS_OFR_2007_1198]
Submersed aquatic vegetation (SAV) is a critical component of the Potomac River ecosystem. Though SAV provides important habitat for fauna and stabilizes bottom sediment, very dense beds may restrict ...

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