Aquatic Plants in Maryland - A Growing Menaceby Michael A. Kolessar,
Serial Information: Journal of the Waterways and Harbors Division, 1967, Vol. 93, Issue 3, Pg. 1-8
Document Type: Journal Paper
Abstract: The rapid increase in the population of the Chesapeake Bay Area coupled with the almost explosive increase in tidewater-oriented pursuits has resulted in intensive development of waterfront property. With the development of the shore, there has been an ever increasing supply of nutrients to the bay waters. While these nutrients increase the overall productivity of the water by enhancing the propagation of finish and shellfish through the organization of green plants, the plants, uncontrolled, grow in overabundance and create new problems.
Subject Headings: Vegetation | Aquatic habitats | Nutrients | Bays | Coupling | Explosions | Shores | Water supply | Business organizations | North America | Maryland | United States | Chesapeake Bay region
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