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600 -- Stow It, Don't Throw It2009video0Stow It Don't Throw It Project1020724A public service announement from the "Stow It-Don't Throw It" project. This video is designed to emphasize the importance of recycling monofilament fishing line, graphically showing the negative effects of discarded line on wildlife. The 600 refers to the number of years it is thought to take monofilament fishing line to biodegrade.
A Boater's Guide to Living with Florida Manatees2013doc_html0Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission1022144This four-page primer has information about manatee physiology and suggests ways boaters can avoid harming these gentle giants.
A Synoptic Survey of the Benthic Macroinvertebrates of Terra Ceia Bay and The Manatee R. (#03-96)1996doc_pdf3276.7Tampa Bay Estuary Program (TBEP)1017564This report summarizes the results of the first three years (1993-1995) of monitoring in the Manatee River and Terra Ceia Bay segments of Tampa Bay.590_TBEP_03_96BenthicSurveyTerraC.pdf3TampaBay
Abandoned Fishing Gear: Wildlife Killer2012doc_pdf1430.3Audubon of Florida1020295Poster by Audubon and Sarasota Bay Watch examining the dangers to wildlife caused by, and solutions for reducing, abandoned fishing gear.Audubon_FCIS_FishingGear_Poster.pdf3TampaBay
Aerial Studies of the West Indian Manatee... from Anna Maria Florida to Northern Charlotte Harbor...1989doc_html0Mote Marine Laboratory1015352Studies of habitat use patterns and manatee abundance that provide information crucial to management decisions affecting manatee habitat suitability and protection. Full Title: Aerial Studies of the West Indian Manatee (Trichechus manatus) from Anna Maria Florida to Northern Charlotte Harbor including the Myakka River: Recommended Habitat Protection and Manatee Management Strategies.
An Investigation of Relationships between Phytoplankton populations in Three tidal rivers2004doc_pdf2101.8University of South Florida1024048To determine if common physical and chemical factors affect phytoplankton populations in the Alafia, Little Manatee and Peace Rivers in the same manner.VargoEtAl-2004-Phytoplankton3WCFLRiversReport.pdf3TampaBay
Assessment of Effects of Freshwater Inflows on Fish & Invertebrate Habitat in Manatee-Braden Estuary2002doc_pdf6953Southwest Florida Water Management District1007112SWFWMD Study of Minimum Flows and Levels in the Manatee River. Relates habitat of aquatic organisms to inflows of fresh water to the estuary.Assessment%20of%20Effects%20Freshwater%20Manatee-Bradenton%20Estuary.pdf3TampaBay
Assessment of Manatee Monitoring Programs in Tampa Bay (#13-96)1996doc_pdf975Fish & Wildlife Research Institute1015012This report reviews the progress of the manatee monitoring programs five projects: population monitoring, mortality and rescue, ecology and migration, life history and biology, and the manatee geographic information system.AssessManateeMonitoringProgramsTB.pdf3TampaBay
Be Floridian: Skip the Fertilizer, Go Organic This Summer2012video0Be Floridian1021100Volume 3 in the "Landscape Tips for True Floridians" series, offers tips on maintaining a healthy lawn by using natural compost and compost teas.
BMAP for the Implementation of TMDLs for Nutrients and Fecal Coliforms in the Manatee River Basin2014doc_html0Florida Department of Environmental Protection1021916This DRAFT Basin Management Action Plan covers the following impaired segments with waterbody identification (WBID) numbers in the Manatee River Basin for which TMDLs are required: WBID 1923, Rattlesnake Slough; WBID 1926, Cedar Creek; WBID 1913, Nonsense Creek; and WBID 1914, Braden River above Evers Reservoir. (Aug. 2013)