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Title: Phillippi Creek basin master plan, Hudson Bayou basin master plan. Characterization of ecological conditions and impacts of stormwater runoff.
Authors: Estevez, Ernest D.
Keywords: estuaries
estuarine ecology
water quality
water pollution
nonpoint source pollution
Sarasota Bay (Florida)
Phillippi Creek (Sarasota, Florida)
Hudson Bayou (Sarasota, Florida)
Issue Date: Oct-1994
Publisher: Mote Marine Laboratory, Sarasota, FL
Series/Report no.: Mote Technical Report ; No. 245
Abstract: As part of a planning and permitting directed toward the improvement of nonpoint source pollution in Sarasota County, Florida, Mote Marine Laboratory has prepared this report encompassing four distinct objectives, which are to inventory and characterize ecological conditions in Sarasota Bay with special emphasis on Hudson Bayou and Phillippi Creek; to identify known and probable impacts of stormwater discharge on ecological conditions in Sarasota Bay with special emphasis on Hudson Bayou and Phillippi Creek; to recommend methods for the analysis of physical and chemical data from each basin that will provide insight into problems of stormwater discharge and insight into possible mitigative measures; and to recommend management objectives for improving the quantity, quality, timing and location of stormwater discharge within the Hudson Bayou and Phillippi Creek basins.
Description: PDF 63 p. Includes table of contents, bibliographical references, maps and tables.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2075/3130
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