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Ecological Assessment of Storm Impacts on Marine
A project designed to assess potential effects on fish and shellfish from non-point
source pollution. Pesticides used on farms, lawns and golf courses, petroleum hydrocarbons
found in roadway runoff, and other contaminants in storm water runoff can cause
illness or death to fish and shellfish.
Nutrient and Coliform Loading
A database of available fecal coliform bacteria, fecal streptococci bacteria, and
nutrient loading data. It can be used to quickly identify available measures of
loading from different landuses (bacteria and nutrients) and animals (bacteria only).
Urbanization and Southeastern Estuarine Systems
The USES project is an ongoing, multidisciplinary study to assess and model the
impacts of urban development on small, high salinity estuaries on the southeast
coast of the United States.
Center for Coastal Environmental Health and Biomolecular
One of five centers of the National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS) under
the National Ocean Service (NOS).
National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science
The National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS) conducts and supports research,
monitoring, assessment, and technical assistance to people managing coastal ecosystems
and society's use of them.
National Ocean Service
A scientific and technical organization with a mission to preserve and enhance the
nation’s coastal resources and ecosystems along the shoreline and the coastal ocean.
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
NOAA predicts environmental changes, manage the country 's living marine resources,
and fosters global environmental stewardship.
U.S. Department of Commerce
The U.S. Department of Commerce has a broad range of responsibilities which include
expanding U.S. exports, developing innovative technologies, gathering and disseminating
statistical data, measuring economic growth, granting patents, promoting minority
entrepreneurship, predicting the weather and monitoring stewardship.