Robert Hirsch of U.S. Geological Survey presents: "Are we making progress? Interpreting the nutrient flux records for the major rivers flowing to the Chesapeake Bay". This lecture is part…+ More details
Margaret Palmer of Chesapeake Biological Laboratory at University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science presents "Promoting successful restoration through effective targeting and monitoring".…+ More details
Bill Dennison of University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science presents "Challenges and advantages of using citizen scientists for environmental monitoring". This lecture is part…+ More details
Walter Boynton of Chesapeake Biological Lab presents "Where has all the nitrogen gone? Hot spots in the land and seascape". The lecture is part of the Integration and Application Network…+ More details
Howard Townsend of NOAA Chesapeake Bay Office (NCBO) presents "Communicating complex scientific results for ecosystem-based management using cgi (computer generated image) animation". The…+ More details
Kathy Boomer of Smithsonian Environmental Research Center (SERC) presents "The role of watershed modeling in local land planning". The lecture is part of the Integration and Application…+ More details
Heath Kelsey of EcoCheck presents "Beach and shellfish bacteria forecasts: integrating field program, remote sensing, and observing system data". This lecture is part of the Integration…+ More details
Bill Dennison of University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science presents "Chesapeake Bay health: what causes positive and negative trajectories?" This lecture is part of the Integration…+ More details
Sara Powell of EcoCheck presents "Getting out of the lake and into the watershed: a study of volunteer monitoring efforts, water quality, and community outreach". This lecture is part of…+ More details
Walter Boynton of Chesapeake Biological Lab presents "Corsica River Estuary Restoration Saga: Data, Analysis, and Lessons Learned". This lecture is part of the Integration and Application…+ More details
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