Text Size: A  A  A

Keywords: Phosphorus


The Effect of pH on the Release of Phosphorus from Potomac River Sediment 1987

Publication date: November 01, 1987 | Type of document: | Download: Electronic Version

Recurring algal blooms in the tidal freshwater portion of the Potomac River indicate an association between chlorophyll a, high phosphorus concentrations, and high pH of the water.  In the present study, the relase of phosphorus from…

Estimates of Sediment Denitrification and its Influence on the Fate of Nitrogen in Chesapeake Bay

Publication date: August 01, 1987 | Type of document: | Download: Electronic Version

In general, it has been well established that nitrogen is the key nutrient most often controlling rates of primary production in estuarine water (Ryther and Dunstand 1071; Goldman et al. 1973; Boynton et al. 1982).  Based on a survey of…

Synthesis of Nutrient and Sediment Data for Watersheds Within the Chesapeake Bay Drainage Basin

Publication date: January 01, 1995 | Type of document: | Download: Electronic Version

Nutrient and sediment data collected by Federal and state agencies from 1972 through 1992 at 1,058 surface-water sites  in nontidal parts of the Chesapeake Bay Basin were compiled into a large database.  Adequate nutrient, sediment and…

Bay Barometer_2009

Publication date: January 01, 2009 | Type of document: | Download: Electronic Version

For more that 25 years, the Chesapeake Bay Program has worked to protect and restore the Bay and its 64,000-square-mile watershed.  Bay Barometer is the annual assessment of the Bay Program partnership's progresss toward meeting its…

Cost Analysis for Nonpoint Source Control Strategies in the Chesapeake Basin

Publication date: May 01, 1995 | Type of document: | Download: Electronic Version

A second Bay Agreement was developed and signed by the jurisdictions in 1987.n  The 1987 Chesapeake Bay Agreement had the benefit of several years of experience with implementation of pollutioncontrol measures in the basin and a better…

Progress Report of the Baywide Nutrient Reduction Reevaluation

Publication date: February 01, 1992 | Type of document: | Download: Electronic Version

In 1987, the parties to the original Chesapeake Bay Agreement of 1983 signed a new Chesapeake Bay Agreement.  The 1987 Chesapeake Bay Areement set specific goal-to achieve at a 40% reduction of nitrogen and phosphorus entering the…

Baywide Nutrient Reduction Strategy Progress Report

Publication date: December 01, 1989 | Type of document: | Download: Electronic Version

In 1988, the Water Quality Task Group developed the Basinwide Nutrient Reduction Strategy.  The straegy.  The strategy describes state point and nonpoint source (NPS) programs designed to meet the agreement goal of reducing nutrient…

Trends in Phosphorus, Nitrogen, Secchi Depth, and Dissolved Oxygen in Chesapeake Bay, 1984 to 1992

Publication date: August 01, 1994 | Type of document: | Download: Electronic Version

The Chesapeake Bay Program is a Federal-State partnership working to restore Chesapeake Bay.  One of its primary goals is to improve water quality and habitat conditions for living resources.  The CBP began monitoring water and habitat…

Baywide Nutrient Reduction Strategy Progress Report

Publication date: December 01, 1989 | Type of document:

In 1988, the Water Quality Task Group developed the Basinwide Nutrient Reduction Strategy.  The strategy describes state point and nonpoint source (NPS) programs designed to meet the agreement goal of reducing nutrient loads entering…

Vegetated Filter Strips for Agricultural Runoff Treatment

Publication date: August 01, 1987 | Type of document:

When data from all tests were averaged, mass losses of total suspended solids, nitrogen and phosphoru from bare source areas were reduced by 72%, 17%, and 41% respectively, by 4.6 m (15 ft) wide filters.  TSS, N, and P reductions by 9.2…

River Flow, Long-term Trends and Stream Health In the Chesapeake Bay Watershed

Publication date: May 09, 2011 | Type of document: Backgrounder | Download: Electronic Version

Backgrounder: River Flow, Long-term Trends and Stream Health In the Chesapeake Bay Watershed



Search Publications

Try our simple search to find a publication or report.


410 Severn Avenue / Suite 112
Annapolis, Maryland 21403
Tel: (800) YOUR-BAY / Fax: (410) 267-5777
Directions to the Bay Program Office
Terms of Use | Privacy Policy
©2012 Chesapeake Bay Program | All Rights Reserved