Additional Aquatics Resources

  1. Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation:
    1. Division of Natural Heritage Fact Sheets (DCR)
  2. Virginia’s Soil and Water Conservation Districts:
  3. Virginia Institute of Marine Science:
    1. Climate Change Impacts and Adaptations (VIMS):
    2. Field Guide to Virginia’s Salt and Brackish Water Plants (VIMS):
  4. Virginia Department of Environmental Quality:
  5. Virginia Coastal Zone Management:
    1. VA Coastal Zone Management Magazine:
    2. Living Shorelines Program:
  6. Virginia Department of Forestry Water Quality page:
  7. Virginia’s Natural Resource Guide:
  8. Chesapeake Bay Program:
    1. Bay Program Field Guide:
  9. Saving the Bay Makes Dollars and Sense (Virginia Tech)
  10. Albemarle-Pamlico National Estuary Partnership:
  11. Blackwater Nottoway Riverkeeper Program:
  12. US Army Corps of Engineers:
  13. US Environmental Protection Agency:
    1. EPA Watershed Academy modules:
  14. US Geological Survey (Water page)
  15. US Geological Survey (Nonindigenous Aquatic Species page)
  16. US Department of Agriculture — Natural Resources Conservation Service (USDA-NRCS)
  17. Southern Regional Aquaculture Center (USDA)
  18. Office of Drinking Water (US-EPA)
  19. The Groundwater Foundation
  20. Texas Aquatic Science for Students (Texas Envirothon)
  21. Texas Aquatic Science Teachers’ Guide (Texas Envirothon)
  22. Climate Change Impact on Water Resources (US-EPA)
  23. The Global Conveyor Belt: Effects of Climate Change (NOAA)
  24. In Hot Water: Water Management Strategies to Weather the Effects of Global Warming (California Envirothon)
  25. A River Runs Through It (Pennsylvania Envirothon)
  26. Water Pollution (Pennsylvania Envirothon)
  27. Where Do They Go In The Winter? (Pennsylvania Envirothon)
  28. A Fish and Livestock Tale (Pennsylvania Envirothon)
  29. Today’s Forests, Tomorrow’s Legacy (University of Rhode Island)
  30. Coastal & Estuarine Ecology Overview (Virginia Master Naturalists Basic Training)

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