BAY AREA SCIENTIFIC INFORMATION SYMPOSIUM 3:

APPLYING OUR KNOWLEDGE

BASIS 3 Cover

October 21-23, 1996

Sally F. Treat, Ed.

Below are links to the Proceedings from the presentations given at the third Tampa Bay Area Scientific Information Symposium held October 21–23, 1996 in Clearwater, Florida. Since its inception in 1982, the BASIS conference series has provided a forum for sharing state-of-the-art research on Tampa Bay. The theme for BASIS-3 was "Applying our Knowledge."

TABLE OF CONTENTS

SENSITIVE COASTAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT: THE TAMPA AREA CONTINGENCY PLAN
E. Lesnett, H. Norris, D. Murk, W. Weedon

AFTER THE SPILL: LESSONS LEARNED
J. Urquhart-Donnelly, L. Fox, G. Reynolds

NATURAL RESOURCE DAMAGE ASSESSMENT-TAMPA BAY OIL SPILL, AUGUST 1993 [abstract]
G. Henderson

MATHEMATICAL MODELING IN MARINE RESOURCE PROTECTION
S. Palmer, J. Ault, M. Luther

DEVELOPMENT OF AN END-TO-END MARINE CONTAMINANT CONTAINMENT SYSTEM
N. Schmidt, M. Vincent, M. Luther, B. Galperin

FISHERIES MONITORING AND ITS USE IN FISHERIES RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
G. Nelson, R. McMichael, T. MacDonald, J. O'Hop

EGG PRODUCTION BY THE BAY ANCHOVY (ANCHOA MITCHILLI) IN RELATION TO ADULT AND LARVAL PREY FIELDS [abstract]
E. Peebles, J. Hall, S. Tolley

TAMPA BAY BENTHOS: SPECIES COMPOSITION OF MOLLUSKS AND POLYCHAETES, 1963 vs. 1993-1995
D. Karlen, S. Grabe, T. Perkins, W. Lyons, G. Blanchard

SURVIVAL OF ORGANISMS ENTRAINED BY THE ANCLOTE POWER PLANT NEAR TARPON SPRINGS, FLORIDA [abstract]
B. Melton

ABUNDANCE AND DISTRIBUTION OF MARlNE TURTLES IN TAMPA BAY [abstract]
A. Meylan, A. Mosier, K. Moody, A. Foley

LOW LEVEL MONITORING OF BOTTLENOSE DOLPHINS, TURSIOPS TRUNCATUS, IN TAMBA BAY, FLORIDA
K. Urian, K. Bassos-Hull, R. Wells

DIGITAL MANATEES IN TAMPA BAY: A CD-ROM FOR RESEARCH AND MANAGEMENT [abstract]
B. Weigle

AERIAL SURVEYS OF MANATEES IN TAMPA BAY, FLORIDA [abstract]
I. Wright, J. Reynolds, L. Ward, B. Weigle, B. Ackerman, W. Szelistowski

MAINTAINING STABLE POPULATIONS OF COLONIAL WATERBIRDS IN THE TAMPA BAY SYSTEM
R. Paul, A. Schnapf

DREDGED MATERIAL MANAGEMENT-A FEDERAL PERSPECTIVE
W. Fonferek

BEACH NOURISHMENT, THE KEY TO FLORIDA'S LONG-TERM BEACH MANAGEMENT [abstract]
R. Davis, J. Terry

BENEFIClAL USES OF MUCK SEDIMENTS FROM THE INDIAN RIVER LAGOON ESTUARY [abstract]
S. Patel, W. Ericson, J. Steward

GEOLOGIC HISTORY AND MORPHODYNAMICS OF EGMONT KEY, HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA [abstract]
J. Kling

WEST FLORIDA INNER SHELF PROVINCES: LINKS TO THE PRESENT COASTAL SYSTEM AND THE GEOLOGIC PAST [abstract]
A. Hine, S. Locket, S. Hatrison, G. Brooks, D. Twichell, R. Davis

THE WEST-CENTRAL FLORIDA COASTAL STUDIES PROJECT [abstract]
G. Gelfenbaum, G. Btooks, It Davis, L Doyle, A. Hine, S. Locker, R. Weisberg

WEST-CENTRAL FLORIDA COASTAL STUDIES PROJECT: REGIONAL GEOLOGIC FRAMEWORK [abstract]
S. Locker, A. Hine

MORPHOLOGY AND EVOLUTION OF A SILICLASTIC/CARBONATE SAND RIDGE FIELD, SAND KEY, FLORIDA [abstract]
S. Harrison

THE REGIONAL WILDLIFE HABITAT PLAN IN THE TAMPA BAY REGION: ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND AN ASSESSMENT
J. Beever

MITIGATION BANKING AS AN ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION TOOL
S. Cooper

THE FUNCTION AND APPLICATION OF PRESERVATION LAND ACQUISITION [abstract]
K. Gremley

HABITAT RESTORATION FOR TAMPA BAY: THE PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE
B. Henningsen, S. Ingold, T. Ries, D. Robison, R. Whitman

SEAGRASS IN TAMPA BAY: HISTORIC TRENDS AND FUTURE EXPECTATIONS
J. Johansson, T. Ries

DISTRIBUTION AND ABUNDANCE OF MACROALGAE AND SEAGRASS IN HILLSBOROUGH BAY, FLORIDA, FROM 1986 TO 1995
W. Avery

CHARACTERISTICS AFFECTING THE MOVEMENT OF DRIFTING MACROALGAE IN A PATCHY SEAGRASS SHOAL [abstract]
K. Madley

DOES DRIFT MACROALGAE FACILITATE SEAGRASS BED HOPPING OF AMPHIPODS? [abstract]
R. Brooks

ANNUAL LIGHT REGIME OF LIGHT-LIMITED THALASSIA TESTUDINUM IN TAMPA BAY, FLORIDA
L. Dixon, J. Leverone

COST-EFFECTIVE MEASURES APPLIED TO ACHIEVE PERMIT COMPLIANCE AND HABITAT DIVERSITY AT A COUNTY-OWNED MITIGATION SITE
E. Fehrmann

SUCCESSFUL CREATION OF AN OLIGOHALINE ENVIRONMENT AS WETLAND MITIGATION
B. Hasbrouck, C. Messenkopf

VARIATIONS IN DISCHARGES, NUTRIENT CONCENTRATIONS AND NUTRIENT LOADS FROM THE ALAFlA RIVER, HILLSBOROUGH RIVER AND THE TAMPA BYPASS CANAL [abstract]
Y. Stoker

MINIMUM FLOW REGULATIONS FOR MAJOR TRIBUTARIES TO TAMPA BAY [abstract]
M. Flannery

MANATEE RIVER SALINITY RESPONSE TO RESERVOIR RELEASES
M. Heyl, J. Zimmerman

A LANDSCAPE-LEVEL METHOD TO ASSESS ESTIJARINE IMPACTS
OF FRESHWATER INFLOW ALTERATIONS
E. Estevez, M. Marshall

ALTERNATlVE WATER SUPPLY DEVELOPMENT FOR INDUSTRY, AGRICULTURE AND PUBLIC SUPPLY IN MANATEE COUNTY, FLORIDA
C. Hunsicker

ESTIMATED NITROGEN FLUXES AND NITROGEN-CHLOROPHYLL RELATIONSHIPS IN TAMPA BAY, 1985-1994
G. Morrison, A. Janicki, D. Wade, J. Martin, G. Vargo, R. Johansson

CONTRIBUTION OF ATMOSPHERIC DEPOSITION TO NITROGEN AND TOXIC MATERIALS LOADINGS TO TAMPA BAY
H. Greening, L. Dixon, A. Squires, P. Hessling, T. D'Aquila, T. Rogers

SEDIMENT CONTAMINATION IN TAMPA BAY-SOURCES, RISKS AND MANAGEMENT
H. Zarbock, J. Schulten, E. Long, D. MacDonald

ON HYDRODYNAMICS AND WATER QUALITY DYNAMICS IN TAMPA BAY
Y. Sheng, E. Yassuda, X. Chen

COORDINATED BAYWlDE MONITORING [abstract]
R. Brown, T. Cardinale, D. Moores, R. Johansson, G. Morrison

STORMWATER TREATMENT-EFFECTIVENESS AND MANAGEMENT [abstract]
E. Araj, M. Burwell, H. Harper, B. Rushton

MEASUREMENTS OF TIDAL FLOW IN TAMPA BAY USING AN ACOUSTIC DOPPLER CURRENT PROFlLER [abstract]
M. DelCharco

THE TAMPA BAY PHYSICAL OCEANOGRAPHIC REAL-TIME SYSTEM (PORTS) [abstract]
M. Luther, N. Schmidt, D. Burwell

PROGRESS TOWARD NOWCASTING AND FORECASTING OF TAMPA BAY WATER LEVELS AND CURRENTS
K. Hess, C. Zervas, B. Galperin

DESIGNING A CONSTRUCTED WETLAND TREATMENT SYSTEM FOR NUTRIENT REMOVAL FROM STORMWATER
E. Masters, G. Williams

AN OVERVIEW OF CURRENT MANAGEMENT PRACTICES FOR THE CONTROL OF NITROGEN FROM WASTEWATER RESIDUALS AND ON-SITE WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEMS WITHIN THE TAMPA BAY WATERSHED [abstract]
M. Flint, S. Stevens, H. Zarbock

THE TAMPA BAY RESOURCE-BASED MANAGEMENT APPROACH
H. Greening, G. Morrison, R. Eckenrod, M. Perry

INTEGRATION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF ECOSYSTEM MANAGEMENT OBJECTIVES IN THE HILLSBOROUGH RIVER AND BAY ECOSYSTEM DEMONSTRATION PROJECT AREA
J. Hinton, K. Liles

WATERSHED MANAGEMENT-WHAT WE HAVE LEARNED
D. Moores

THE ROLES OF STAKEHOLDER INVOLVEMENT, SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE IN DEVELOPING
AND IMPLEMENTING WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PLANS
T. Cuba

DEVELOPMENT OF THE CONSERVATION CORPS VOLUNTEER NETWORK
P. Clark, M. Hoppe, F. Webb

ALAFlA WATERSHED AREA RESTORATION EFFORT (AWARE) [abstract]
A. Schnapf

FLORIDA YARDS & NEIGHBORHOODS [abstract]
S. Waters

CLOSING REMARKS:

EPILOG
Bill Matuszeski

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