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"Be Floridian" Video / Interview with Jonnie Walker2013video0Sarasota County Government1021604Captain Jonnie Walker, owner of Bay Walker Fishing Charters, talks with Amanda Dominguez about the connection between what we do on land and the water quality in Sarasota Bay. "Be Floridian" and skip the fertilizer this summer--go fishing instead! To learn more about Sarasota's water resources, and to see oral history videos conducted with Jonnie Walker and other long-time Sarasota County residents, visit the Sarasota Water Atlas: http://www.sarasota.wateratlas.usf.edu/http://youtu.be/5Jlk3DfOfiM3TampaBay
"The Marine Scene" newsletter -- July/August 20122012doc_pdf496.5Florida Sea Grant1020716In this issue: Scallop Searches, Fish Descending Devices, Introduction of Red King Crab to Bering Sea, USCG Mohawk Reef.July_August_2012_Marine_Scene.pdf3TampaBay
"The Marine Scene" newsletter -- May/June 20122012doc_pdf839.7Florida Sea Grant1020567Science stories about coastal topics from Florida Sea Grant.may_jun_2012_MarineScene.pdf3TampaBay
¿Cuál Preferiría Pescar?2007doc_html0Tampa Bay Estuary Program1020598Tríptico describe los peligros que la línea de pesca monofilamento descartado representa para tortugas, delfí pájaros, manatís y otra vida marina, y ofrece asesoramiento sobre como lo deshacerse.http://www.tbep.org/pdfs/SpanishBrochureWWYRC.pdf3TampaBay
2005 Red Tide Impacts on Fish Spawning in Tampa Bay2006doc_html0Fish & Wildlife Research Institute1007812A discussion of the effects of recent, intense red tide blooms on the biology and ecology of spotted seatrout and other studied species in the Tampa Bay estuary.http://myfwc.com/research/saltwater/fish/spotted-seatrout/2005-red-tide-impacts-fish-spawning-tampa-bay/3TampaBay
2006 Final Report of the Sarasota and Tampa Bay Artificial Reef Evaluation...2008doc_pdf0Mote Marine Laboratory1020053Report on the results of a multiyear research project was initiated to monitor the colonization of artificial reef habitats by finfish and invertebrate populations in Sarasota Bay and Tampa Bay.http://www.sarasotabay.org/documents/ArtificialReefMonitoringReport.pdf3TampaBay
2012 Lake Estes Assessment Report2013doc_pdf1134.4Florida Center for Community Design and Research1021511Three-part assessment conducted by FCCDR field scientists: morphology, vegetation, and water quality. Report includes bathymetry map, area/volume calculation, vegetation lists, laboratory and field data, and scientific analysis of water quality data as it relates to current regulations related to nutrient pollution.824_lakeestes%202013-02-28%2011.14.04.pdf3TampaBay
2012 Lake Lipsey Assessment Report2013doc_pdf1120.6435546875Florida Center for Community Design and Research1021512Three-part assessment conducted by FCCDR field scientists: morphology, vegetation, and water quality. Report includes bathymetry map, area/volume calculation, vegetation lists, laboratory and field data, and scientific analysis of water quality data as it relates to current regulations related to nutrient pollution.lakelipsey 2013-02-08 13.45.17.pdf3TampaBay
2012 Lake Weeks Assessment Report2013doc_pdf1040.1953125Florida Center for Community Design and Research1021513Three-part assessment conducted by FCCDR field scientists: morphology, vegetation, and water quality. Report includes bathymetry map, area/volume calculation, vegetation lists, laboratory and field data, and scientific analysis of water quality data as it relates to current regulations related to nutrient pollution. lakeweeks 2013-02-08 13.46.56.pdf3TampaBay
2012 Long Pond Assessment Report2013doc_pdf1019.4404296875Florida Center for Community Design and Research1021514Three-part assessment conducted by FCCDR field scientists: morphology, vegetation, and water quality. Report includes bathymetry map, area/volume calculation, vegetation lists, laboratory and field data, and scientific analysis of water quality data as it relates to current regulations related to nutrient pollution.longpond 2013-02-08 13.45.56.pdf3TampaBay