Chesapeake Bay Program’s Baywide and Basinwide Monitoring Networks: Options for Adapting Monitoring Networks and Realigning Resources to Address Partner Priorities A Nontidal WG Review June 17, 2009. Peter Tango USGS @CBPO. WATERSHED TIDAL.
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Chesapeake Bay Program’s Baywide and Basinwide Monitoring Networks:Options for Adapting Monitoring Networks and Realigning Resources to Address Partner PrioritiesA Nontidal WG ReviewJune 17, 2009
Current and future Watershed Network Water Quality Monitoring sites where loads can be calculated within the Chesapeake Bay Basin
Active and Proposed Watershed Network Water Quality Monitoring sites in the Chesapeake Bay Basin
Secondary Stations Networks:
18 sites where monitoring is only
Fully implementation monitoring is
required for the sites to contribute
to nutrient and sediment load site
Network, i.e. The Primary Station
This directly addresses the STAC
2005 critique regarding spatial
density of monitoring stations in
Before full implementation for any
such site, prioritization will be
made by representativeness
of landscape character associated
with these sites.
Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4
3 or 4 year
Scenarios: 1 1-yr & 1 4-yr, then 3 2-yr and 3 3-yr opportunities = 8 scenarios