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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/5Jlk3DfOfiM5Manatee
¿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.pdf5Manatee
1:40,000 Scale Shoreline in Tampa Baydoc_html0U.S. Geological Survey1015388Zip-formatted file with spatial data describing Tampa Bay's shoreline. Metadata may be found at http://dl.cr.usgs.gov/net_prod_download/public/gom_net_pub_products/metadata/fl40_meta.htmhttp://dl.cr.usgs.gov/net_prod_download/public/gom_net_pub_products/data_spa/fl40.zip5Manatee
10 Ways To Save Tampa Bay2005doc_pdf11Tampa Bay Estuary Program (TBEP)1014963Document provides 10 practical measures that everyone can employ to help conserve and restore Tampa Bay.Ten_Ways_To_Save_TampaBay.pdf5Manatee
1000 Friends of Floridaorg1000 Friends of Florida1014705Nonprofit organization promoting responsible planning and land use through education, advocacy, negotiation and litigation. Mission: to protect and improve quality of life by advocating responsible planning for population growth.http://www.1000friendsofflorida.org/5Manatee
1879 Nautical Chart of Tampa Bay1879doc_pdf5889U.S. Geological Survey1015278An 1879 nautical chart of Tampa Bay (Coast Chart No. 77). The chart includes historic shoreline, depth soundings, and bathymetric contour lines.129_1879chart_tampa.pdf5Manatee
1988 Florida Water Quality Assessment 305(b) Technical Appendix1988doc_pdf8400.3Florida Department of Environmental Protection1019249Introduction contains a summary of Florida water quality and assessment methods. Body of report addresses each basin, with a narrative summary and water quality data for major water bodies in the basin: clarity, DO, oxygen demand, pH, trophic status, coliform, species diversity, condition, flow, WQI. Information on river reaches includes status and trends.1988%20FL%20WQA%20305b%20Technical%20Appendix.pdf5Manatee
1993 Tampa Bay Oil Spill Restoration Plan and Environmental Assessment -- Vol. 22000doc_html0Florida Department of Environmental Protection1015486This plan, co-sponsored with NOAA, describes the human use and recreational losses from the spill, identifies 14 restoration projects to address the lost recreational use of the bay's shorelines, shellfish beds and surface waters.http://www.gc.noaa.gov/gc-rp/tbrecpln.pdf5Manatee
1994 Landsat Thematic Mapper Image of the Tampa Bay Region1994doc_pdf349.5Tampa Bay Estuary Program (TBEP)10154081994 Landsat Thematic Mapper Image of the Tampa Bay Region1994%20Landsat%20Thematic%20Mapper%20Image%20of%20the%20Tampa%20Bay%20Region.pdf5Manatee
1996 Water-Quality Assessment for the State of Florida Section 305(b) Main Report1996doc_pdf4527.4Florida Department of Environmental Protection1014434Usually called the 305(b) report, summarizes the quality of our water resources, regulatory development, impacts to surface water & groundwater, water-quality trends & current restoration & protection programs. Technical Appendix contains detailed information on the status & quality of individual hydrologic units & watersheds.1996%20Water-Quality%20Assessment%20for%20the%20State%20of%20Florida%20Section%20305(b)%20Main%20Report.pdf5Manatee