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The Restoration of the Anacostia River - The Report to Congress

Publication date: July 01, 2015 | Type of document:

The House and Senate Committies on Appropriations in their approval of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) FY92 Operating Plan directed EPA to conduct a stidu of the Anacostia River.  This study "should include...ana analysis…

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 9172 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…

Reducing Pollution from Nonpoint Sources: The Chesapeake Experience-1990

Publication date: November 01, 1990 | Type of document: | Download: Electronic Version

Reducing pollution from nonpoint sources has been one of the most difficult challenges in the Chesapeake Bay restoration effort.  The states and the federal government have joined in mounting a comprehensive effort to defime, quamtify…

Recommended Guidelines for Sampling and Analyses in the Chesapeake Bay Monitoring Program

Publication date: August 01, 1996 | Type of document:

The purpose of this document is to provide field and laboratory methods and associated quality control (QC) procedures and criteria that will result in the generation of data known and documented quality for use in the Chesapeake Bay…

Pollution Prevention Workbook

Publication date: August 01, 2000 | Type of document: | Download: Electronic Version

What is Pollution Prevention (P2)?  One of the best wtays to protect the Bay is to prevent pollution and waste from entering the waterways. Pollution Prevention (P2) is a hierarchy of activities that eliminate or reduce the amount…

Nonpoint Source Pollution Loading Factors and Related Parameters from the Literature

Publication date: September 01, 1990 | Type of document:

Using a modified version of TR-20 (SCS computer program), McTernan et al (1987) conducted a study to evaluate the effectiveness of various BMPs upon the production of nonpoint source pollutants from small agricultural watersheds in…

Chesapeake Bay Basin Toxics Loading and Release Inventory

Publication date: May 01, 1999 | Type of document:

This Toxics Loading and Release Inventory is one of many tools the Chesapeake Bay Program is using to  set more targeted source reduction and pollution prevention goals to reduce and eliminate toxic impacts in the Bay.  The overall goal…

Biological Nitrogen and Phosphorus Removal in Oxidation Ditch and High Nitrate Recycle Systems

Publication date: August 01, 1990 | Type of document:

Full scale process modifications were conducted in an oxidaation ditch system to understand the kinetics of biological nitrogen and phosphorus removal in activated sludge systems which may use high nitrate or internal recycles.  Design…

Chesapeake Bay Program: Findings and Recommendations

Publication date: September 01, 1983 | Type of document:

this report provides an overview of the major research findings and range of pollution controls recommended by the Environmental Protection Agency's Chesapeake Bay Program (CBP), in accordance with P.L. 94-116 passed by the 94th…

Letter from Chesapeake Bay Leadership to Congress to Reduce Polluted Runoff from Federal Highways

Publication date: May 27, 2009 | Type of document: Policy Memorandum | Download: Electronic Version

Letter from Chesapeake Bay Leadership to Congress to Reduce Polluted Runoff from Federal Highways

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



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