2 edition of Environmental atlas of the Potomac Estuary found in the catalog.
Environmental atlas of the Potomac Estuary
Alice J. Lippson
by Williams & Heintz Map Corp. ; Prepared for Power Plant Siting Program, Maryland Dept. of Natural Resources in Washington
Bibliography: p. 262-270.
|Statement||Alice J. Lippson ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Maryland. Power Plant Siting Program|
|LC Classifications||QH541.5.E8 L56 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||279 p.,  fold. maps :|
|Number of Pages||279|
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She continued to work on finalization of “Chesapeake Bay in Maryland: an Atlas of Natural Resources” (). She joined Martin Marietta Laboratory in Catonsville in , working with a project to monitor scientific studies for the Power Plant Siting Program, where she produced “The Environmental Atlas of the Potomac River Estuary.”. A Tremendous Chesapeake Bay Partnership. Initially funded by a generous NOAA Chesapeake Bay Watershed Education and Training (B-WET) grant, this partnership between PEREC and Prince William County Public Schools has trained over 50 teachers and o middle and high students. The program has won the Virginia Mathematics & Science Coalition’s “Programs That Work” award, as .
Depths shown by soundings and contours. Oriented with north toward the upper left. LC copy fold-lined and mounted on cloth backing. Available also through the Library of . Potomac Estuary. Between the Harry Nice Bridge (U.S. ) and the Woodrow Wilson Bridge (I), the Potomac is full of opportunities for recreation. Although mostly freshwater, the river has all of the characteristics of Chesapeake Bay. Click on a marker or choose a site below for details.
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It comprises a mile (37 km) river flowing through Prince George's and Charles counties and a 7-mile (11 km) tidal-freshwater estuary in Charles County.
About three-fourths of its square-mile ( km 2 Counties: Charles and Prince George's counties. The exotic freshwater clam speciesCorbicula fluminea (Asiatic clam) was first reported in the tidal freshwater Potomac estuary near Washington, D.C., inand was found in benthic surveys, conducted in, and In a tripling of water clarity was reported in the region of the clam beds, followed in by reapperance of submerged aquatic vegetation (SAV Cited by: n.d.
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Environmental Atlas of the Potomac Estuary Lippson, Alice J. et al., Martin Marietta Corporation. Published by Baltimore: Environmental Center, Martin Marietta for Power Plant Siting Program, MD Dept.
of Natural Resources (). The natural aging process of Chesapeake Bay and its tributary estuaries has been accelerated by human activities around the shoreline and within the watershed, increasing sediment and nutrient loads delivered to the bay.
Riverine nutrients cause algal growth in the bay leading to reductions in light penetration with consequent declines in sea grass growth, smothering of bottom-dwelling Cited by: km length of the Potomac River estuary and incorpo-rated numerous embayments and tributaries.
The grid consisted of surface elements (m×m×m) and total elements. A seven-year period, –, was simulated contin-uously using hydrodynamic time steps of 30s and water quality time steps of s.
The. concentrations with respect to distance from the mouth of the Potomac Estuary, 41 TABLES 1. Relative occurrence of vegetated transects for the Maryland regions of the tidal Potomac River and Estuary, 13 2. Relative occurrence of vegetated transects for the Virginia regions of the tidal Potomac River and Estuary, 14 by: Shows dredged and reclaimed areas with proposed roads and plantings for the Potomac parks.
Depths shown by soundings. Oriented with north toward the upper left. Includes text, 3 cross-sections, statistical table, and ill. LC copy mounted on cloth backing. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. 4 WATER QUALITY OF THE POTOMAC RIVER ESTUARY AT WASHINGTON, D.C.
of 3, ppm (equivalent to about 20 percent sea water) was observed at Indian Head. A chloride concentration of 68 ppm-several i:imes the probable normal value-was ob served at Fort Washington during low flow in September 3.
Although this concentraAuthor: W.H. Durum, Walter Basil Langbein. A recent study of the Upper Potomac River by the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science found that improvements in air quality are more closely tied to improvements in water quality than previously thought.
“These air quality regulations were intended to address human health issues and acid sensitive : Alicia Crawford.Alice Jane Lippson is the author of Life in the Chesapeake Bay ( avg rating, 36 ratings, 4 reviews, published ), Life in the Chesapeake Bay. Illu /5.