Using the Sediment Quality Triad to Characterize Toxic Conditions in the Chesapeake Bay (2002): An Assessment of Tidal River Segments in the Bohemia, Elk, Northeast and Severn Rivers
Alfred E. Pinkney Beth L. McGee Daniel J. Fisher Peter C. McGowan Jeffrey Ashley David Velinsky
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In 1999, the Chesapeake Bay Program Toxics Subcommittee characterized the tidal tributaries of the Chesapeake Bay for their potential for adverse effects due to chemical contamination. One finding was that, due to a paucity of data, many segments were characterized as "areas with insufficient or inconclusive data."
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
http://www.fws.gov/chesapeakebay/pdf/CBFO-C0501.pdf, 7 MB
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service - Chesapeake Bay Field Office