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Research and Technical Reports

Natural Resources Management and Policy

1979

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Shoreline Situation Report King George And Caroline Counties, Lynne C. Morgan, Dennis W. Owen, Nancy M. Strum, Robert J. Byrne, Carl H. Hobbs Iii Jan 1979

Shoreline Situation Report King George And Caroline Counties, Lynne C. Morgan, Dennis W. Owen, Nancy M. Strum, Robert J. Byrne, Carl H. Hobbs Iii

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No abstract provided.


Shoreline Situation Report Counties Of Fairfax And Arlington, City Of Alexandria, Dennis W. Owen, Lynne C. Morgan, Nancy M. Sturm, Robert J. Byrne, Carl H. Hobbs Iii Jan 1979

Shoreline Situation Report Counties Of Fairfax And Arlington, City Of Alexandria, Dennis W. Owen, Lynne C. Morgan, Nancy M. Sturm, Robert J. Byrne, Carl H. Hobbs Iii

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Shoreline Situation Report Richmond County, Virginia, Dennis W. Owen, Lynne C. Morgan, Nancy M. Sturm, Robert J. Byrne, Carl H. Hobbs Iii Jan 1979

Shoreline Situation Report Richmond County, Virginia, Dennis W. Owen, Lynne C. Morgan, Nancy M. Sturm, Robert J. Byrne, Carl H. Hobbs Iii

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No abstract provided.


Problems In Chesapeake Bay Of Mutual Interest To The State Of Maryland And The Commonwealth Of Virginia, J. Claiborne Jones, John B. Pleasants Jan 1979

Problems In Chesapeake Bay Of Mutual Interest To The State Of Maryland And The Commonwealth Of Virginia, J. Claiborne Jones, John B. Pleasants

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The Chesapeake Bay, one of the largest and most productive estuaries in the world, represents a vast natural, economic, and social resource for the citizens of the surrounding land area. The Bay is many things to many people. Much of the economic development of the entire region has been based upon the natural transportation network and the fisheries industry provided by the Bay and its tributaries. The Bay system also offers a wide variety of water-oriented recreational opportunities, a source of water for both residential and industrial users, and a site for the final disposal of many waste products. The ...