Monthly Archives: April 2016

Differences over small regions!

In this study, we divided Chesapeake Bay into a North and South region. The Chesapeake Bay is big, but geographically, it’s not that big! Let me explain. Many climate assessments for the United States break the country off into regions. … Continue reading

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Connections!

One of my favorite packages in R is Corrplot. It allows you to create really cool visual correlation matrices so you can quickly see what parameters are significantly correlated to each other. Okay, let me translate that! In our Plot … Continue reading

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Frequency of warm water events

We have talked a bunch about submerged aquatic vegetation (SAV)! And with good reason. If you like blue crabs, then you should like SAV since it provides a great shelter for juvenile blue crabs to avoid being eaten! As we … Continue reading

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Warm water events at the Goodwin Islands CBNERR

One of our “vignettes” investigates the connection between submerged aquatic vegetation diebacks events and warm water temperatures. Submerged aquatic vegetation, also known as SAV to reduce your word count, is a foundation species in Chesapeake Bay. Like the foundation in … Continue reading

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