Monthly Archives: July 2017

Twenty-first century climate change and SAV in the Chesapeake Bay

What does the future hold for the Chesapeake Bay?  We attempted to address part of this question in our new article. Twenty-first century climate change and submerged aquatic vegetation in a temperate estuary: the case of Chesapeake Bay Thomas M. Arnold, Richard C. Zimmerman, Katharina A. M. Engelhardt & J. Court Stevenson Ecosystem Health and Sustainability ABSTRACT Introduction: The Chesapeake Bay was once renowned for expansive meadows of submerged aquatic vegetation (SAV). However, only 10% of the original meadows survive.  Future restoration efforts will be Continue reading →