Water "resources" are the waters that people use or might use for human consumption, industry, etc. This translates to "all waters other than the oceans" and the category includes all scientific aspects of those waters. Topics may include Maryland-based hydrology, water supply, water distribution, water quality, wastewater, flooding, surface water (rivers, streams, and lakes), groundwater, drinking water, water treatment technology, water policy, and related subjects.
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An Evaluation of Maryland Critical Area Program
Effects on conservation of resource lands and patterns of development. Report assesses the Critical Area Act's effectiveness nearly two decades later focusing on Calvert, Anne Arundel, Queen Anne's, Cecil Counties.
Eyes of Paint Branch
A grass-roots organization of volunteer citizens devoted to preserving the Paint Branch of the Anacostia River through education, community awareness, and action.
Wetlands Restoration & Education
Provides wetland services, including wetlands design and construction, education, consulting, publications, native wetland nursery plants, applied wetland plant research, and wetlands engineering.
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