State of the Bay 2015 Summary

State of the Bay 2015 Report

Bay Water Quality
Climate Change
Combined Sewer Overflows
Conserved Lands
Education and Stewardship
Eelgrass Beds
Impervious Surfaces
Inland Water Quality
Invasive Species
Population and Land Cover
Status of Shellfish Beds
Stream Connectivity
Swimming Beaches
Water Birds

State of the Bay 2015 Bibliography

Speaker Presentations

Susie Arnold, Island Institute

Curtis Bohlen, Casco Bay Estuary Partnership

Damian Brady, Darling Marine Center

Angela Brewer, Maine Department of Environmental Protection

Charlie Colgan, Center for a Blue Economy

Dan Devereaux, Town of Brunswick

Fred Dillon, City of South Portland

Mike Doan, Friends of Casco Bay

Christine Feurt, Wells National Estuarine Research Reserve

Charlie Hebson, Maine Department of Transportation

Landis Hudson, Maine Rivers

Pam Morgan, University of New England

Hillary Neckles, U.S Geological Survey

Cathy Ramsdell, Friends of Casco Bay

Joe Salisbury, University of New Hampshire

Peter Slovinsky, Maine Geological Survey

Karen Wilson, University of Southern Maine

Jed Wright, U.S Fish & Wildlife Service