Monthly Archives: November 2015

Data and Study Area Defined!

A few weeks ago, I wrote a post briefly touching on our study area. More specifically, I discussed how and why we divided Chesapeake Bay into a North and South region. Now that I have presented this work at a … Continue reading

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A Submerged Aquatic Vegetation Model

One question we keep asking ourselves is “How does this matter?” Sometimes it’s not clear how basic research will ultimately “matter”. There’s even an award: the Golden Goose given to science that seemed esoteric, but turned out to have far-reaching … Continue reading

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More on Precipitation

This past week, Jenny Allen and I have been at the Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation (CERF) conference in Portland, Oregon. We presented a poster on Monday, highlighting a few aspects on this work. For today’s post, I am continuing … Continue reading

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Total Annual Precipitation: What do you see?

For today’s post, we are going to look at the total annual precipitation for the past ~115 years in the Northern Chesapeake and Southern Chesapeake. While I will provide a few insights, my hope is that you’ll find your own … Continue reading

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