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Congressional Districts in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed

This map shows the complete or partial Congressional Districts that make up the area of the Chesapeake Bay basin. The current senators and congressional members of the 115th Congress who have districts within the borders of the basin are listed by state.

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2014 Public Access

Existing public access sites in the Chesapeake Bay watershed as reported by state partners through 2014. Sites added in 2014 are depicted in orange, while sites existing before 2014 are blue.

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2013 Public Access

Existing public access sites in the Chesapeake Bay watershed as reported by state partners through 2013. Sites added in 2013 are depicted in orange, while sites existing before 2013 are blue.

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Population (2011)

As of 2011, 17.5 million people were estimated to live in the Bay watershed,up from 17.4 million in 2010. Experts predict the watershed’s population will increase to more than 20 million by 2030.

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2012 Public Access

Existing public access sites in the Chesapeake Bay watershed as reported by state partners through 2012. Sites added in 2012 are depicted in orange, while sites existing before 2011 are blue.

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Public Access Sites 2011

Existing public access sites in the Chesapeake Bay watershed as depicted in the 2012 Chesapeake Bay Public Access Plan

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Protected Lands 2011

This map represents a complete, aggregated layer of protected lands in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed and intersecting Counties as of 2011. It is a combination of multiple State, Federal and Non-Governmental Organization sources. Overlapping and duplicate areas have be deleted to address double counting.

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Chesapeake Bay Counties

A map showing the counties (and sometimes municipalities) that are entirely or partially within the Chesapeake Bay basin.

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Protected Lands 2006

This map shows Protected Lands in the Chesapeake Bay watershed as defined by the Chesapeake Bay Program. The data was acquired from various State Agencies and Non-Profit Conservation Organizations. The terms used to differentiate levels of protection are Public, Private, Agricultural Easement and Military. Public Lands: Includes lands identified as Local, State or Federally owned and managed. (e.g. - County Parks, State Forests, National Parks/Forests, Wildlife Refuge, etc.) Private Lands: Properties owned by private conservation groups or private lands encumbered with a conservation easement. Agricultural Easement: Properties protected under a State or local agricultural easement program. Military Lands: Lands owned and managed by different branches of the U.S. Military.

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Projected Population (2030)

Population projections were produced by the Population Division of the U.S. Census Bureau. The projections were produced for the years 2001 to 2030, based on Census 2000 results, and the general assumption that recent state-specific trends in fertility, mortality, domestic migration, and international migration will continue.

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