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USGS Managers Tour the Tampa Bay Estuary in Florida

January 30, 2002

Photographer: Renee Koenig
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54' Catamaran transported the managers to study sites in Tampa Bay.
Managers , during wading tour, listened to descriptions of scientific research being done in Tampa Bay.
Agenda
  12:00 - 12:20  Review
12:20 - 12:45 - Meet at boat / USF
12:45 - 1:45 - Cruise across Tampa Bay
1:45 - 3:15 - Science lectures, Stop 1
3:15 - 3:45 - Cruise to meet buses
3:45 - 4:00 - Drive to land station
4:00

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6:00

- Science lectures, Stop 2 
 
Presentations were made on the boat while touring Tampa Bay.
One of several presentations given on the beach and inland at Terra Ceia Aquatic Buffer Preserve.
Summary
Aerial photo of Tampa Bay indicating location of field trip study site.

Although the Tampa Bay Pilot Study addressed the state of the environment in fairly pristine areas as well as areas subject to anthropogenic alteration, this field trip focused on the "pristine" area in the Tampa Bay Aquatic Preserve and Buffer.

THE FIRST STOP was on a small beach where mangroves are absent and part of a midden has been exposed by erosion. We discussed some of our activities offshore and along the coast including sea grass investigations, ground-water studies, geology, and archaeology.

THE SECOND STOP was inland where there were discussions of aquatic life in the numerous sinkholes and the natural and exotic plant life on land. There also was a demonstration of onshore resistivity techniques that was used in the Mariposa area and offshore up to nostril depth to connect with the continuous offshore resistivity measurements.

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