||Examining Linkages Between Contaminant Inputs and Their Impacts On Living Marine Resources of the Massachusetts Bay Ecosystem Through Application of the Sediment Quality Triad Method. Report to the Massachusetts Bays Program.
J. L. Hyland ;
||Little (Arthur D.), Inc., Cambridge, MA.; Massachusetts Executive Office of Environmental Affairs, Boston.; Massachusetts Office of Coastal Zone Management, Boston.; Environmental Protection Agency, Boston, MA.
Water pollution control ;
Marine resources ;
Aquatic ecosystems ;
Water quality ;
Water pollution sampling ;
Natural resources management ;
Massachusetts Bays Program
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||The Massachusetts Bays Program (MBP) recently released a draft Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan (CCMP) that serves as a blueprint for coordinated action to restore and protect the water quality and diverse natural resources of the Massachusetts/Cape Cod Bays ecosystem. The plan identifies a need to characterize baseline conditions of living resources and their habitats in Massachusetts and Cape Cod Bays and to develop a better understanding of how various anthropogenic activities may adversely affect them.
||Sponsored by Massachusetts Executive Office of Environmental Affairs, Boston., Massachusetts Office of Coastal Zone Management, Boston. and Environmental Protection Agency, Boston, MA.
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