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1. Sources of Organic Matter in Chesapeake Bay from Virginia Institute of Marine Science [VIMS_ORGANIC]
Sources of Organic Matter in the Chesapeake Bay were determined by several stations over a one year period. Tables have been created for various sampling stations in raw tables. ...


2. Juvenile Fish and Blue Crab Trawl Surveys of the Chesapeake Bay from the Virginia Institute of Marine Science [VIMS_TRAWL_SURVEY]
The Virginia Institute of Marine Science (VIMS) Juvenile Fish and Blue Crab Trawl Survey began sampling in 1955 and continues in similar fashion today. The primary objective ...


3. Juvenile Seine Surveys of the Chesapeake Bay from the Virginia Institute of Marine Science [VIMS_SEINE_SURVEY]
The Virginia Institute of Marine Science initiated the juvenile striped bass seine survey in 1967. An index of abundance has been calculated every year since 1980 and is the ...


4. Submerged Aquatic Vegetation (SAV) for the Chesapeake Bay from Virginia Institute of Marine Science [VIMS_SAV_CHESBAY]
Chesapeake Bay SAV data were mapped from black and white aerial photography, primarily at a scale of 1:24,000. Each area of SAV was traced onto 1:24,000 USGS quadrangles and ...


5. VIMS Integrated Database for the Functional Comparison of Created and Natural Wetland Sites in Virginia [VIMS_WETLANDS]
This database provides imagery and classifications from several sites across Virginia. The sites that can be selected include the information contained in Appendices A (Sample ...


6. Juvenile Pushnet Surveys of the Chesapeake Bay from the Virginia Institute of Marine Science [VIMS_PUSHNET_SURVEY]
Alosa stocks, specifically the American shad (Alosa sapidissima), and alewife (A. pseudoharengus) and blueback herring (A. aestivalis), collectively known as river herring, have historically provided ...


7. Contaminant And Sediment Transport (CAST) Project from Virginia Institute of Marine Science [VIMS_CAST]
This Project was started in July 1996. Seventeen slackwater surveys have been conducted at about 26 stations along the axis of the river, a total length of about 180 km (including the Pamunkey and ...


8. Hydrodynamic Eutrophication Model (HEM-3D) from Virginia Institute of Marine Science [VIMS_HEM3D]
Scientists at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science (VIMS), Department of Physical Sciences, have developed a general purpose, three-dimensional numerical model which is an integration of a hydrodynamic ...


9. Monitoring the Effects of Floyd Storm Water from Virginia Institute of Marine Science [VIMS_FLOYD]
The Effects of Floyd Storm Water in the York and Pamunkey Rivers will be monitored until spatial distribution of salinity returns to normal condition by VIMS physical sciences group. There are a total ...


10. VIMS Pier Ambient Monitoring Data [VIMS_Pier]
Conditions of the York River at Gloucester Point, VA have been collected by the VIMS Pier Ambient Monitoring Data. The data includes local conditions for the past 10 days, current year to date conditions, ...


11. VIMS Tide Prediction Calendars for Local Stations [VIMS_tide]
Predictions for local stations produced by David Evans' Tidecal Program through Tide Prediction Calendars for Local Stations. Data includes 1999 tide graphs in PDF format for Gloucester Point, Hampton ...


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