Pricing the Priceless: Ecosystem Services Science at USGS ...read more
USGS discovers intersex conditions found in Susquehanna and other PA basins ...read more
USGS contributes to forecast of dissolved oxygen conditions in the Chesapeake and Gulf of Mexico ...read more
USGS science contributes to new Chesapeake Watershed Agreement. USGS worked with FWS, NPS, and other partners to develop the new Chesapeake Agreement, which sets goals and outcomes through 2025 ...read more
USGS expands studies of brook trout. USGS has established an experimental stream lab to study the interactive effects of thermal stressors and invasive species on brook trout behavior, physiology, and growth. Learn more...
USGS results on phosphorus trends reveal little progress over the past decade. USGS results show phosphorus trends over the past decade do not show improving conditions at a majority of the sites. Water-quality managers call for more actions to increase progress ...read more
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Late Holocene Sea-Level Variability and Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation—Research Article
Reproductive health indicators of fishes from Pennsylvania watersheds: association with chemicals of emerging concern—Journal Article
Streamflow, Water Quality, and Aquatic Macroinvertebrates of Selected Streams in Fairfax County, Virginia, 2007–12—SIR 2014–5073
A landscape-based reconnaissance survey of estrogenic activity in streams of the upper Potomac, upper James, and Shenandoah Rivers, USA—Journal Article
Integrating Federal and State Data Records to Report Progress in Establishing Agricultural Conservation Practices on Chesapeake Bay Farms—OFR 2013–1287
Land Subsidence and Relative Sea-Level Rise in the Southern Chesapeake Bay Region—Circular 1392
Quantifying Groundwater’s Role in Delaying Improvements to Chesapeake Bay Water Quality—Journal Article
Sediment source analysis in the Linganore Creek watershed, Maryland, USA, using the sediment fingerprinting approach: 2008 to 2010—Journal Article
Chemical contaminants in water and sediment near fish nesting sites in the Potomac River basin: Determining potential exposures to smallmouth bass (Micropterus dolomieu)—Journal Article
For more visit the Bibliography of USGS Chesapeake Bay Publications page.