Ulanowicz, Robert E.
Eutrophication in the Chesapeake Bay.
Chen, W. and et, al (eds.)
Application of remote sensing to the Chesapeake Bay region. [Conference on ..., Coolfont Conference Center, April 12-15, 1977.].
NASA Scientific and Technical Information Office,
(NASA Conference Publication,6)
The most critical long-term threat to the continued health of the Chesapeake Bay is the addition of excess nutrients to the estuarine waters. Other problems, such as Kepone and the
disappearance of aquatic vegetation (which is possibly linked with nutrient loading), may steal our attention for short periods,but these difficulties will, hopefully, recede in due time.
The projected growth of population in the near environs of the Bay, however, indicates that,as a problem, eutrophication will probably continue well into the next century
||Eutrophication in the Chesapeake Bay
|Ulanowicz, Robert E.|
|Title of Book:
||Application of remote sensing to the Chesapeake Bay region. [Conference on ..., Coolfont Conference Center, April 12-15, 1977.]
||NASA Conference Publication
||NASA Scientific and Technical Information Office
|Place of Publication:
||Application of Remote Sensing to the Chesapeake Bay Region; NASA Conf. Publ. 6
||Coolfont Conference Center, West Virginia
||April 11-15, 1977
||University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science. Chesapeake Biological Laboratory
||UMCES Contribution No. 805
||Eutrophication; Chesapeake Bay
||06 May 2009 18:32
||14 Dec 2010 16:48
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