USGS contributes to federal agency progress to restore the Bay ...read more
USGS Science Highlighted at Ecosystem Restoration Conference ...read more
Science Summary—Vegetation traps nutrients and sediment in the flood plain of an urban stream in the Chesapeake Bay watershed ...read more
Despite Long-Lasting Pollutants, Ospreys Thrive in US’ Largest Estuary ...read more
Summary of nutrient and sediment loads and trends in the Chesapeake watershed ...read more
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Chesapeake Bay fish-osprey (Pandion haliaetus) food chain: Evaluation of contaminant exposure and genetic damage—Journal Article
Contemporary Deposition and Long-Term Accumulation of Sediment and Nutrients by Tidal Freshwater Forested Wetlands Impacted by Sea Level Rise—Journal Article
Head-of-tide bottleneck of particulate material transport from watersheds to estuaries—Journal Article
Remote sensing to monitor cover crop adoption in southeastern Pennsylvania—Journal Article
Long-Term Changes in Sediment and Nutrient Delivery from Conowingo Dam to Chesapeake Bay: Effects of Reservoir Sedimentation—Journal Article
For more visit the Bibliography of USGS Chesapeake Bay Publications page.