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Department
Agricultural and Resource Economics
Course
AREC 200
Professor
Lynch
Semester
Spring

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EXAM TWO START March 24 Ann Swanson, Executive Director of the Chesapeake Bay Commission Restoring the Chesapeake Bay­ ­She works for the general assembly and congress.  ­She wanted to work with wildlife.  ­The Chesapeake Bay is the largest, most productive estuary in the nation in its current  polluted state. It’s the most productive in the world actually.  ­Largest, most intact hardwood and fertile, non­irrigated land.  ­The wildlife is extremely diverse for a temperate zone.  ­amazingly shallow for so much land ­there was a glacier that pushed the land down and it melted and flooded it ­180,000 miles of shoreline ­everyone lives very near to a drainage source to the bay.  ­higher land: water ratio, the harder it is to deal with pollution, so the bay is very  vulnerable to pollution The Chesapeake Bay is Impaired, we must do something about it. Impairment is from  N
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