March 7, 2012
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Bishop Claggett Retreat Center
This workshop will examine and discuss how important attributes such as natural variation within a feature class, anthropogenic degradation, management status, and spatial factors (e.g., hydrologic connectivity, location in watershed) affect how nutrient and/or sediment retention/loading rates are assigned to natural landscape features (wetlands, riparian buffers, and streams, including hyporheic zones) within the Chesapeake Bay Watershed Model.
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