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Chesapeake Bay Fisheries Research Program Symposium Report 2003

Publication date: February 01, 2004 | Type of document: | Download: Electronic Version

Recently, there has been a collectiveeffort to investigate an ecosystem-based approach to fisheries management in Chesapeake Bay.  That is, an approach that considers the many interactions that exist between managed fish populations,…

A Biological Study of Baltimore Harbor 1975

Publication date: February 02, 1975 | Type of document: | Download: Electronic Version

The results show that much of the bottom is indeed highly unfavorable for living organisms although some areas are still healthy.  The waters above the bottom, however, are mostly of better quality than many people would imagine.  It is…

Final Report of Fishery Resource Grant Project 2015-01 Conducted by George Trice: Testing Experimental Collection Gears to Increase Harvest Efficiency of the Electrofishing Fishery targeting Introduced Blue Catfish in Virginia Waters

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The goal of the project was to design a more effective way to harvest invasive catfish (predominantly blue catfish, Ictalurus furcatus) in Virginia waters stunned by low-frequency electrofishing (LFE).   LFE was conducted from May 18,…

Chesapeake Bay Watershed Public Access Plan - Executive Summary

Publication date: January 30, 2013 | Type of document: | Download: Electronic Version

The Chesapeake Bay and the major rivers are the region’s ecological and cultural lifeblood. They are the primary features that have shaped human habitation for millennia.

The very resource that means Chesapeake or Susquehanna or…

Chesapeake Bay Watershed Public Access Plan

Publication date: January 30, 2013 | Type of document: | Download: Electronic Version

The Chesapeake Bay and the major rivers are the region’s ecological and cultural lifeblood. They are the primary features that have shaped human habitation for millennia.

The very resource that means Chesapeake or Susquehanna or…



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