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Annual Report for Sarasota County NPDES MS4 20152016doc_pdf4775.2Sarasota County Government1023919Annual Report to the DEP demonstrating compliance by Sarasota County with the requirements if its National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) permit. The permit requires the County to minimize the amount of pollution that is discharged from its stormwater drainage system.2015-Sarasota-County-NPDES-Annual-Report.pdf8Sarasota
NPDES/MS4 Annual Report, City of Longboat Key, 20152016doc_pdf1306.8City of Longboat Key1023920Annual Report to the DEP demonstrating compliance by the Town of Longboat Key with the requirements if Sarasota County's National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) permit. The town is a co-permittee, and the permit requires it to minimize the amount of pollution that is discharged from its stormwater drainage system.2015-Longboat-Key-NPDES-Annual-Report.pdf8Sarasota
"Be Floridian" Video / Interview with Jonnie Walker2013video0Sarasota County Government1021604Captain Jonnie Walker, owner of Bay Walker Fishing Charters, talks with Amanda Dominguez about the connection between what we do on land and the water quality in Sarasota Bay. "Be Floridian" and skip the fertilizer this summer--go fishing instead! To learn more about Sarasota's water resources, and to see oral history videos conducted with Jonnie Walker and other long-time Sarasota County residents, visit the Sarasota Water Atlas: http://www.sarasota.wateratlas.usf.edu/http://youtu.be/5Jlk3DfOfiM8Sarasota
"The Marine Scene" newsletter -- July/August 20122012doc_pdf496.5Florida Sea Grant1020716In this issue: Scallop Searches, Fish Descending Devices, Introduction of Red King Crab to Bering Sea, USCG Mohawk Reef.July_August_2012_Marine_Scene.pdf8Sarasota
"The Marine Scene" newsletter -- May/June 20122012doc_pdf839.7Florida Sea Grant1020567Science stories about coastal topics from Florida Sea Grant.may_jun_2012_MarineScene.pdf8Sarasota
¿Cuál Preferiría Pescar?2007doc_html0Tampa Bay Estuary Program1020598Tríptico describe los peligros que la línea de pesca monofilamento descartado representa para tortugas, delfí pájaros, manatís y otra vida marina, y ofrece asesoramiento sobre como lo deshacerse.http://www.tbep.org/pdfs/SpanishBrochureWWYRC.pdf8Sarasota
“Snook Creek” Discussed at Mote Workshop2015doc_pdf334Mote Marine Laboratory1023216Report on a community workshop hosted by Mote Marine Laboratory where citizens and researchers brainstormed about how to preserve southwest Florida's marine ecosystems and generate ideas to share with other communities around the world. "Snook Creek" was the name of a prototypical stream discussed in the workshop; residents who live near Phillippi Creek found that their experiences meshed well with the researchers' hypothetical scenarios.Snook-Creek-Discussed-at-Mote-Workshop-10-19-15.pdf8Sarasota
1000 Friends of Floridaorg1000 Friends of Florida1014705Nonprofit organization promoting responsible planning and land use through education, advocacy, negotiation and litigation. Mission: to protect and improve quality of life by advocating responsible planning for population growth.http://www.1000friendsofflorida.org/8Sarasota
10th Annual Report - Surface Water Quality for Catfish and N. Creek of the Palmer Ranch (1994-95)1995doc_pdf7601Sarasota County Government1023131As part of the Master Development Order for the creation of the Palmer Ranch community, periodic water quality monitoring was required. This monitoring was initiated during construction and has continued since, with the frequency of monitoring gradually decreasing from bimonthly to semi-annually. This annual report summarizes the results of that monitoring.Palmer_Ranch_DRI_Monitoring_Report_10th_Annual_Jan-Dec_1994.pdf8Sarasota
10th Annual Report - Surface Water Quality for South Creek of the Palmer Ranch (1994-95)1995doc_pdf3343.6Sarasota County Government1007122As part of the Master Development Order for the creation of the Palmer Ranch community, periodic water quality monitoring was required. This monitoring was initiated during construction and has continued since, with the frequency of monitoring gradually decreasing from bimonthly to semi-annually. This annual report summarizes the results of that monitoring.South%20Creek%20of%20Palmer%20Ranch%20Annual%20Water%20Quality%20Monitoring%20Program%201994.pdf8Sarasota