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Maryland Streams Information Online
Maryland's streams are monitored in many ways, for many reasons. Use this page to check out some of the aspects of Maryland's streams that DNR investigates.
Maryland Streams Video
Look beneath the water's surface and discover a dynamic world of bizarre and interesting creatures that live and die in the streams that flow through our backyards, cities, farms, and forests. This documentary will take you there as witness to the undiscovered realm of Maryland streams.
Maryland Watershed Profiles
Maryland Watershed Profiles provides profiles of a watershed's geography, ecosystem condition, industry, planning resources and watershed management activities.
Maryland Watershed Projects
Watershed Projects provides information about various conservation, restoration, and monitoring projects in Maryland's watersheds.
Maryland Watershed Publication Index
An online index of Maryland Watershed Publications from the Maryland DNR.
Maryland Weather Data
Maryland Weather Data information from NOAA
Maryland's Clean Marina Initiative
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources exciting new program offers marina operators and boaters the opportunity to participate in efforts to protect Maryland' s natural resources.
Maryland's Coastal Bays - Maryland Department of Natural Resources
Maryland's Coastal Bays provide thousands of acres of water and salt marsh habitat for finfish, shellfish, waterfowl, shorebirds and other wildlife as well as sheltered waters for recreational boating and commercial fisheries.
Maryland's Coastal Bays Documents
Maryland's Coastal Bays Documents - a list of documents available from the Department of Natural Resources.
Maryland's Pfiesteria and Fish Health Web Page
Maryland's Pfiesteria and Fish Health Web Page features detailed information about this and other fish health issues. In 1997, fish kills were associated with toxic algal events on the lower Eastern Shore of Maryland. Toxic Pfiesteria was again isolated from cells collected at a fish kill event on Middle River in 1999. Since 1997 monitoring results have expanded the known distribution of Pfiesteria in the Chesapeake and Coastal Bays through the use of genetic probes created by Dr. David Oldach and colleagues at the University of Maryland. Biweekly
Maryland's Surf Your Watershed
The Surf Your Watershed project is a cooperative effort involving the Maryland Departments of the Environment and Natural Resources to "catalog" important environmental, socioeconomic, and programmatic information on a watershed basis.
Maryland's Tributary Strategies
Maryland's Tributary Teams--comprised of local citizens, farmers, business leaders, and government officials appointed by the Governor--are working to keep your local waterways clean and healthy.
Marylandís Final 1998 Clean Water Action Plan
The Clean Water Action Plan charts a course toward fulfilling the original goals of the Clean Water Act -- fishable, swimmable and safe waters for all Americans.† The Action Plan presents a broad vision of watershed protection -- in which protections for coastal and estuarine waters, surface freshwater, wetlands, groundwater, and America's natural resources are integrated with traditional clean water and human health objectives.
Mayland Chesepeake Bay Monitoring
The Chesapeake Bay Monitoring Program measures key components of the ecosystem, including pollutant inputs, water quality, habitat and living resources. The information is vital for evaluating the progress of management actions aimed at restoring the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries.
Menhaden Fact Sheet - Maryland
Fact Sheet for Atlantic Menhaden