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The Chesapeake Bay is the largest estuary in the US, and provides critical resources to fish, wildlife and people that use the 64,000 square mile watershed. For more than a decade, adverse effects potentially associated with exposure to endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) have been observed in the Bay watershed. Our goal is to provide the scientific data and understanding about the environmental transport, fate, exposure pathways, and ecological effects of EDCs and pathogens using a combination of field and laboratory studies, geospatial analyses and risk assessment models. The USGS has a critical role to provide scientific information and work with Federal, State, and academic science partners to develop research...
Identification and sources of dioxin-like compounds: I. Polychloro-dibenzothiophenes and polychlorothianthrenes, the sulfur-analogues of the polychlorodibenzofurans and polychlorodibenzodioxins.
Categories: Publication; Types: Citation; Tags: Comparison studies Overland flow Storm runoff Water pollutio, North Carolina Partial area runoff Rainfall-runoff relations, SW 0835 Streamflow and runoff; SW 0870 Erosion and sedimenta, Sediment sources Soil erosion Tennessee Catchment basins, Water Resources Abstracts,
Point data source of the energy sources in the western United States. Contains no attribute information Calendar Date: 1/10/1996
This dataset represents areas of high habitat heterogeneity within the Re-evaluating Florida's Ecological Conservation Priorities in the Face of Sea Level Rise project study area. Features in this dataset are those portions of the project study area where more than 6 unique natural land cover classes exist within a 25 hectare window. These features were identified through a focal statistics raster analysis of the FL_LandCoverCoastal_FNAI dataset within a coastal analysis zone defined as areas in Florida of equal to or less than 3 meters elevation plus a 1 kilometer buffer. The features in this dataset are considered "sources" because they contain areas of less than 1 meter and do not intersect areas of equal to...