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RECORD NUMBER: 9 OF 34
|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Chesapeake Bay nutrients, light and SAV : relationships between water quality and SAV growth in field and mesocosm studies /|
|Author||Moore, Kenneth A. ; Moore, K. A. ; Goodman, J. L. ; Stevenson, J. C. ; Murray, L. ; Sundberg, K.|
|CORP Author||Virginia Inst. of Marine Science, Gloucester Point. ;Maryland Univ., Cambridge. Horn Point Environmental Labs.;Environmental Protection Agency, Annapolis, MD. Chesapeake Bay Program.|
|Publisher||Chesapeake Bay Program, Environmental Protection Agency,|
|Report Number||EPA/903/R-95/011 ; CBP/TRS-138/95|
|Subjects||Chesapeake Bay (Md. and Va.) ; Aquatic plants--Effect of turbidity on. ; Aquatic plants--Effect of light on. ; Water quality--Measurement.|
|Additional Subjects||Chesapeake Bay ; Nutrients ; Water quality ; Environmental effects ; Marine plants ; Light penetration ; Field tests ; Plant growth ; Water pollution effects ; Goodwin Island ; Maryland ; Ecosystems ; Eutrophication ; Biomass ; Spatial distribution ; Temporal distribution ; SAV(Submersed Aquatic Vegetation) ; Submersed Aquatic Vegetation ; Chesapeake Bay Program ; Mesocosm experiments ; Havre de Grace(Maryland)|
|Collation||60 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.|
In this project the authors investigated the patterns of variability in water quality, and resultant effects on submersed aquatic vegetation (SAV) using both field and laboratory mesocosm approaches. The authors' goals are two-fold: to study the spatial and temporal variability in water quality relative to the SAV community, and, investigate SAV response to variable water quality regimes. Two sites, which represent endpoints in the distribution of SAV in the Chesapeake Bay, have been chosen for intensive study of temporal and spatial variability associated with habitat requirements. The first site, Goodwin Island, is located near the mouth of the York River in the high salinity region of the bay. The second site, Havre de Grace, is located at the head of the Bay in the Susquehanna Flats Region and is the site of previous investigations.
"EPA-903-R-95-011"--Cover. "June 1995."
Objectives were to investigate the spatial and temporal variability in water quality relative to these SAV communities and to compare trends in the Chesapeake Bay system.