Date
Jan, 1997
Title

Spatial Patterns in Land Use and Water Quality in the Tillamook Bay Watershed: A GIS Mapping Project

Abstract

Degradation of water quality is important to the residents and visitors of Tillamook Bay because it has been linked to loss of income due to oyster bed closures, declines in salmonid populations and can result in a decrease of recreational use of the estuary's resources. Both point and non-point sources of pollution have been targeted for investigation by the Tillamook Bay National Estuary Project (TBNEP), a project designed to bring local stakeholders and citizens together with State and Federal regulators and scientists.

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