Nonpoint sources and impacts in a small coastal plain estuary: a case study of the Ware River basin, Virginia
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Virginia Institute of Marine Science
Flynn, K. C.; Brooks, K. M.; Eastman, P. W.; Haynali, K. K.; McCaw, W. J. editors
Nonpoint Pollution Control--Tools and Techniques for the Future, Proceedings of a Technical Symposium.
Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin
The Ware River Study is one of five small watershed projects sponsored by the EPA Chesapeake Bay Program. These projects are designed to provide data on nutrient and organic loadings entering the Bay over the wide range of topographies, climates, and land uses which occupy its watershed. Each provides information on a particular geographic segment of the Bay region. In particular, the Ware study is intended to document special characteristics of runoff from low relief coastal plain environments, and to document their impacts on a small estuarine receiving water.
Anderson, Gary F. and Bosco, Cindy, "Nonpoint sources and impacts in a small coastal plain estuary: a case study of the Ware River basin, Virginia" (1981). VIMS Books and Book Chapters. 159.