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|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Chesapeake Bay nutrient input study /|
|CORP Author||U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region III, Annapolis Field Office, Annapolis, MD.|
|Publisher||Environmental Protection Agency, Region III, Annapolis Field Office,|
|Stock Number||PB 228 389|
|Subjects||Chesapeake Bay (Md. and Va.)--Eutrophication. ; Eutrophication. ; Phosphorus--Environmental aspects. ; Nitrogen--Environmental aspects. ; Water quality--Chesapeake Bay (Md. and Va.)|
|Additional Subjects||Watersheds ; Phosphorus ; Nitrogen ; Susquehanna River ; Patuxent River ; Potomac River ; Rappahannock River ; Mattaponi River ; Chickahominy River ; James River ; Chesapeake Bay ; Nutrients ; Water quality ; Surveys|
|Collation||ca. 145 p. : ill., maps., charts ; 27 cm.|
The Chesapeake Bay is regarded as one of the most valuable estuaries in the world and is used extensively for fishing, recreation, navigation, and waste assimilation. This extensive utilization has resulted in an ever increasing stress on the ability of the Bay to accomodate the diverse and often conflicting demands made upon it. To determine the magnitude, extent, and source of nutrient loadings to the Chesapeake Bay, data from a water quality survey of the major tributary watersheds (the Susquehanna, the Patuxent, the Potomac, the Rappahannock, the Mattaponi, the Pamunkey, the Chickahominy, and the James) have been evaluated and are presented in this report.
At head of title: Annapolis Field Office, Region III, Environmental Protection Agency.
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