Projects

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Researchers at CRC member  institutions are involved in multiple projects around the Chesapeake region. These efforts are critical to increasing our understanding about the Chesapeake and the factors affecting it. This is critical information for environmental managers. We feature these efforts in our quarterly newsletter. These articles are listed below.

Johns Hopkins University

Dynamics of biogeochemical processes in the Chesapeake Bay – CRC Quarterly May 2017
Solute transport modeling and dynamics at landscape scales – CRC Quarterly May 2017.

Penn State University

Penn State Collaborative Project with Spain Helps Reveal How Cover Crops May Be Used toward Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation – CRC Quarterly May 2017

SERC

Ships struggle to battle invasive species as global trade surges – CRC Quarterly May 2017
Sonar revealing more river herring in Choptank than expected – CRC Quarterly May 2017

UMCES

Generating solar power at Horn Point – CRC Quarterly May 2017

VIMS

New Book Offers Guidance and Case Studies for the Use of Living Shorelines – CRC Quarterly May 2017

Virginia Tech

Stormwater BMPs – CRC Quarterly May 2017