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Facts about "Multi-State Approaches to Environmental Restoration in the Chesapeake Bay and Water Diplomacy Framework Opportunities"RDF feed
Area165,759.24 km² (63,999.643 mi²) +
ClimateHumid mid-latitude (Köppen C-type) + and Continental (Köppen D-type) +
Geolocation38° 34' 24.1142", -76° 22' 13.3017"Latitude: 38.5733650426
Longitude: -76.3703615963
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IssueThe bay’s environmental quality, especially water quality, is degraded. How should those conditions be restored? +
Key QuestionWhat kinds of water treaties or agreements between countries can provide sufficient structure and stability to ensure enforceability but also be flexible and adaptable given future uncertainties? +
Land Useagricultural- cropland and pasture +, agricultural- confined livestock operations +, urban + and urban- high density +
NSPDWater Quality +, Ecosystems + and Governance +
Population17,000,000 million +
RiparianThe United States of America +
Stakeholder TypeFederated state/territorial/provincial government +, Sovereign state/national/federal government +, Local Government +, Non-legislative governmental agency +, Environmental interest +, Industry/Corporate Interest + and Community or organized citizens +
Topic Tagwater quality nutrient pollution total maximum daily load Chesapeake Bay +
Water FeatureChesapeake Bay +, Atlantic Ocean +, Susquehanna River +, Potomac River + and James River +
Water UseDomestic/Urban Supply +, Fisheries - wild +, Livestock +, Other Ecological Services + and Recreation or Tourism +
Has subobjectThis property is a special property in this wiki.Multi-State Approaches to Environmental Restoration in the Chesapeake Bay and Water Diplomacy Framework Opportunities +