The Habitat Goal Implementation Team seeks to facilitate the implementation of projects that restore and enhance a network of land and water habitats to support priority species and to afford other public benefits including water quality, recreational uses, and scenic value across the watershed by coordinating the efforts of Chesapeake Bay Program partners. These habitats include tidal and non-tidal wetlands, living shorelines, submerged aquatic vegetation, islands, uplands and forests, and freshwater streams.
The Habitat GIT and associated workgroups will meet periodically to:
A brief overview of the Habitat Goal Implementation Team and its workgroups.
Publication date: May 01, 1991 | Type of document: Report | Download: Electronic Version
The major objective of the Coordinated Split Sample Program is to establish a measure of comparability between sampling and analytical operations for water quality monitoring basin wide. The second objective is to evaluate the in-matrix...
Publication date: January 01, 1995 | Type of document: SedimentReport | Download: Electronic Version
Documents the findings of the two-year information gathering process of the strategy reevaluation but also recommends an approach for undertaking future toxics reduction and prevention actions in the Bay watershed.