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Poster Abstracts

Monitoring the restoration of benthic habitats impacted by dredging at a former shoreside landfill in Narragansett Bay, Middletown, RI - Allen and Tracey

A comparative analysis of indices in REMAP monitoring studies in New York/New Jersey Harbor - Benyi and Adams

Biogeochemical indicators of organic waste contamination in small streams of the Georgia Piedmont - Burke and Molinero

Assessing water quality: an energetic perspective - Cai et. al.

Benthic macrofauna in Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island: an evaluation of different approaches for describing community assemblages - Calabretta and Oviatt

Regional frameworks for classifying streams in the midwest: an evaluation using landscape-scale patterns in fish communities - Chapin

Air deposition of pollutants to Casco Bay: field monitoring and estimation protocols - Clayton-Richardson et. al.

Use of binomial indices in evaluating the environmental conditions of Florida's ground-water quality - Copeland

Statistical techniques for determination and prediction of fundamental fish assemblages of the mid-Atlantic highlands - Cyterski et. al.

Use of acoustic doppler current profiler (ADCP) to measure mixing, velocity and discharge for environmental assessment - Devine and Seim

Estimating the condition of Gulf of Mexico estuaries: National Coastal Assessment and National Estuary Program - Engle et. al.

First regional assessment of Caribbean coral reef health - Ginsburg et. al.

Developing an index of benthic condition for the Acadian Biogeographic Province - Hale and Benyi

Multidimensional fluorescence as a method for estuary fingerprinting - Hall et. al.

Cluster analysis of Great Basin Ecoregions using R-EMAP stream data - Hall et. al.

Modeling physical habitat parameters - Hall et. al.

A tiered approach to countywide bacteria monitoring and assessment in Nashville, Tennessee - Hamilton et. al.

Partnerships for successful coastal restoration - Harvey et. al.

DQO (Data Quality Objective) is not just a three letter word: measuring your data for quality -Harwell and Macauley

Ecological condition of streams in the western Cascades ecoregion of Oregon and Washington - Hayslip and Herger

Potential grazing impact to water quality in the western United States - Heggem et. al.

A regional perspective: state-federal partnerships for monitoring water quality in estuaries of the southeastern United States - Heitmuller and Harvey

Biomass size spectra: linking spectra across trophic levels as indicators of estuarine state - Jung et. al.

The utility of monitoring estuarine water quality with ACROBAT: assessing spatial profiles with a multi-sensor towed instrument platform - Kator et. al.

Beyond the regulatory realm: multi-purpose aspect of the Maryland Biological Stream Survey - Kazyak

Regional and state views of estuarine condition in northeastern U.S. based on 2000 and 2001 National Coastal Assessment data - Kiddon et. al.

Developing methods for comparing bioindicators across transition zones (fresh to salt water) - Klein-MacPhee et. al.

A probabilistic survey of sediment toxicity in West Coast estuaries: results from the National Coastal Assessment 1999-2000 - Lamberson et. al.

National estuarine and coastal contaminant trends 1986 to 2002 - Lauenstein et. al.

Regional assessment of the invasive macrobenthos in the small West Coast estuaries - Lee et. al.

HPLC photopigment analysis as a measure of phytoplankton community composition in Long Island Sound - Li et. al.

Decision process for identification of estuarine benthic impairments in Chesapeake Bay, USA - Llansó et. al.

Maintaining data quality in the performance of a large scale integrated monitoring effort - Macauley and Harwell

Testing ambient Delaware River water using short-term methods for estimating chronic toxicity - MacGillivray and Fikslin

Establishing reference expectations using data collected with different sampling protocols - Natesan and Yuan

A probabilistic assessment of condition of West Coast estuaries: results from the National Coastal Assessment 1999-2000 - Nelson et. al.

The need for long-term data to understand complex ecosystems: the brown tide example - Nuzzi

Geographic-specific water quality criteria development: a conditional probability analysis approach - Paul and McDonald

Ecology of glacial till substrate in Massachusetts Bay - Pembroke et. al.

A surface sediment array to monitor how geochemical gradients are related to hypoxic conditions in upper Narragansett Bay, RI - Prell et. al.

Using systematic sampling and automatic monitoring data to evaluate and modify water quality criteria in an urban estuary - Santoro and McSparran

The Texas National Coastal Assessment Program 2000-2003: collaborations and adaptations - Simons et. al.

Toxic contaminant characterization of estuarine sediment and organisms on the Texas coast - Smith et. al.

Monitoring and protecting our oceans and coasts - Sparks et. al.

EMAP: myths, hobgoblins and crusades - Paulsen and Summers

Application of a monitoring and modeling system to Narragansett Bay and Rhode Island waters - Swanson

Learning materials for surface water monitoring - Urquhart

Automated GIS watershed analysis tools for RUSLE/SEDMOD soil erosion and sedimentation modeling - Van Remortel et. al.

Comparison and verification of bacterial water quality indicator measurement methods using ambient coastal water samples - Weisberg et. al.

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