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CMH2Hill Aeration Recommendations

Posted on April 21st, 2013 · Posted in Scientific, Studies

Read the CMH2Hill Study created with the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Sciences Chesapeake Biological Laboratory on Rock Creek Water Quality Monitoring Results and Aeration Recommendations prepared for Anne Arundel County Department of Public Works.

1988 Dames & Moore Study of Rock Creek

Posted on November 24th, 2012 · Posted in Scientific, Studies

Rock Creek Estuary Study Final Report – Dames & Moore prepared for Anne Arundel County Watershed Management Program. Creek Estuary Study_D&M_1988.pdf

Presentation – Understanding Rock Creek

Posted on September 9th, 2012 · Posted in Presentations, Scientific, Studies

Understanding Rock Creek  Presentation by: CH2MHill and Chesapeake Biological Laboratory  Presentation Covers Overview of estuarine processes Water quality and ecosystem condition in Rock Creek from prior studies Background on aerators (bubblers) Purpose and plans for Summer 2012 Monitoring Download the Presentation and Share!  

Scientific Study – Septic Systems Analysis

Posted on February 18th, 2010 · Posted in Scientific, Studies

Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) – Furnace Creek Septic Systems Analysis – February 2010 submitted to: Delegate Nic Kipke, Chairman Healthy Creeks and Rivers Workgroup

Scientific Study – Targeted Biological Assessment of Streams

Posted on October 18th, 2009 · Posted in Scientific, Studies

This is a study published by AA County in October 2009 discussing biological activity in the watershed. Rock Creek was included in this assessment and received a poor rating. This document has been edited to remove all detailed assessment sheets except those pertaining to Rock Creek. Targeted Biological Assessment of..
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Scientific Study – Sources of Bacterial Polution

Posted on August 18th, 2009 · Posted in Scientific, Studies

This study published by Maryland Department of Environment focused on sources of Bacterial Polution within AA County’s watershed. Rock Creek was not specifically discussed but the results are expected to be similar to Marley and Furnace Creek. This study concluded roughtly 30% of the bacterial source was pet waste. Summary..
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