Chesapeake Bay Water Quality 2007-2011

Chesapeake Bay Water Quality 2007-2011

The Chesapeake Bay is the largest estuary in North America. At one time it was teeming with fish, crabs, and oysters. However, after centuries of water pollution, air pollution, over-development along its shores, over-fishing, and agricultural runoff, it is currently in a very distressed condition.

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Posted Aug 13, 2012
 
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Tags Environment, Chesapeake Bay, Freshwaters & Wetlands, Water Quality
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