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Bay Soundings | volume three o number one | winter 2004
 

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COVERING TAMPA BAY AND ITS WATERSHED


Stories by:
Mary Kelley Hoppe
and Victoria Parsons

Tampa Bay on the Comeback Trail
INSIDE THIS REPORT
How is the bay measuring up?

1.  Habitat Restoration: Restoring the Balance
2.  Atmospheric Deposition: What Goes Up Must Come Down
3.  Sea Turtles & Manatees: Concerns Mount
4.  Southwest Florida Coastal Conservation Corridor Plan
5.  Exotic Armored Catfishes: A Tale of Two Invaders

Beachwalking with Art Morris
Shutterbugs in hot pursuit of shorebirds at Ft. DeSoto
Filling The Gap
Manatee and Pasco Counties Propose Environmental Lands Programs

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Schooner Sets Sail with Students
Prized for more than the beauty of her lines and the joy of her sailing speed: She is a floating laboratory, a sailing classroom, the official schoolship for the City of Sarasota.

Oysters, Oysters, Oysters...
Things are bad for oysters all over

Restoration Spotlight
Chesapeake Bay:
Debate brews over oyster restoration strategy as disease hammers fishery
Pamlico Sound:
Partners promote reef restoration and oyster sanctuaries
Hard Times for Tampa Bay Oysters

 

Christopher Still
Tarpon Springs Artist Paints Florida's Legacy

Profile
From Court to Kayak:
Cliff Walters

Commentary & Opinion
The Power of Symbols and Names
by Ernie Estevez

Editor's Desk
Plays Well with Others

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Quarterly Calendar
Including a Valentine's Day gift idea!


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