Document Type

Report

Department/Program

Virginia Institute of Marine Science

Publication Date

11-1983

Series

Chesapeake Bay Program. EPA/600-S3-83-078

Abstract

The Ware River Intensive Watershed Study includes examinations of runoff from small catchments, instream transport of runoff, and their impacts on estuarine water quality. Runoff quantity and quality were monitored for row crop, residential and forested lands in the Ware basin for the period of October 1979 to July 1981. Loading rates have been calculated for both baseflow and stormflow contributions at each study site.

Description

Summary of project work detailed in:

Anderson, G. F., Bosco, C., & Neilson, B. (1982) Ware River intensive watershed study- Part 1. Nonpoint source contributions. Virginia Institute of Marine Science, William & Mary. https://doi.org/10.25773/4j7a-3b78

Bosco, C., Anderson, G. F., & Neilson, B. (1982) Ware River intensive watershed study - Part 2. Estuarine Receiving Water Quality. Virginia Institute of Marine Science, William & Mary. https://doi.org/10.25773/w1ge-9c78

Keywords

Water--Pollution--Virginia--Ware River Watershed. ; Water quality--Virginia--Ware River Watershed

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