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Data Bay Bibliography of Open Data Web Sites
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Bacteria dataMDEhttps://data.maryland.gov/Energy-and-Environment/Shellfish-Harvesting-Waters-Sampling-Data-for-2000/s8j6-5yqpContains the results of the samplings from the shellfish harvesting waters sampling program. The State monitors fecal coliform levels as a requirement of the National Shellfish Sanitation Program (NSSP). The Department of the Environment is responsible for classifying and managing Maryland’s shellfish harvesting areas. The goal of shellfish harvesting area classification and management is to provide maximum utilization of shellfish resources and to reduce the risk of shellfish-borne illness. This dataset covers the time period from 2000 to 2012.Kathy Brohawn410-537-3608CSV (181 MB), JSON (313 MB)
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Bacteria data - Sampling stationsMDEhttps://data.maryland.gov/Energy-and-Environment/Shellfish-Harvesting-Waters-Sampling-Stations/bamm-xcx6This dataset contains the station ID, station name, and location for the shellfish harvesting waters sampling program. Results can be found in the Shellfish Harvesting Waters Sampling Data for 2000 - 2012 dataset.Kathy Brohawn410-537-3608CSV, JSON
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Chesapeake Bay Pollution Loads - NitrogenMDE
https://data.maryland.gov/Energy-and-Environment/Chesapeake-Bay-Pollution-Loads-Nitrogen/rsrj-4w3t
Greg Busch410-537-3901CSV, JSON
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Chesapeake Bay Pollution Loads - Phosphorous
MDE
https://data.maryland.gov/Energy-and-Environment/Chesapeake-Bay-Pollution-Loads-Phosphorus/eumn-ip4q
Greg Busch410-537-3901CSV, JSON
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Chesapeake Bay Pollution Loads - SedimentMDE
https://data.maryland.gov/Energy-and-Environment/Chesapeake-Bay-Pollution-Loads-Sediment/x5pe-335m
Greg Busch410-537-3901CSV, JSON
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Chesapeake Bay Program Water Quality databasesCBPhttp://www.chesapeakebay.net/data#downloadsContains several types of data related to the Chesapeake Bay. It contains water quality data from 1984 to the present, toxics database, water quality database from 1949 to 1982, among many other Chesapeake Bay and environment related data.

FYI - Data from DNR is added to the the Chesapeake Bay water quality database
XML (39 GB, CBP Water Quality Database 1984-Present includes station information, monitoring event data, water quality data, light attenuation data, optical density data)
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Chesapeake Bay Report CardUMCEShttp://ian.umces.edu/ecocheck/report-cards/chesapeake-bay/2013/Contains a detailed annual assessment of Chesapeake Bay health
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EnvirofactsEPAhttp://www.epa.gov/enviro/Contains environmental information from a variety of databases. The user can retrieve Information about hazardous waste, toxic and aire releases, and water discharge permits along with much more.
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EPA Developer CentralEPAhttp://developer.epa.gov/tag/chesapeake-bay/Contains resources for developers who are interested in building applications using EPA's data and web services.
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Eyes on the BayDNRhttp://mddnr.chesapeakebay.net/eyesonthebay/Provides real-time and near real-time Chesapeake Bay titdal water quality data, station locations, status and trends, harmful algal blooms, and satellite imagery.
CSV (30 MB, continuous monitoring data for 29 locations)
grab latest data before event
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GeoplatformFGDChttp://www.geoplatform.gov/Contains a collection of Federal geospatial data.
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Integrated Report map (gdb)MDEhttp://www.mde.maryland.gov/programs/Water/TMDL/Integrated303dReports/Pages/WaterQuality.aspxThe Integrated Report combines two water quality reports required under sections 305(b) and 303(d) of the federal Clean Water Act. This requires Maryland to perform annual water quality assessments to determine the status of jurisdictional waters and to identify waters assessed as not meeting water quality standards.Matt Stover410-537-3611
GDB (75 MB), Designated Use Classes shapefiles (57 MB), Tier II High Quality Waters shapefile (2 MB)
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MD iMap GIS Data CatalogDoIThttp://data.imap.maryland.gov/Searches for data and geographic content that have been included in MD iMap, Maryland Enterprise GIS.
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Reported Sewer OverflowsMDEhttps://data.maryland.gov/Energy-and-Environment/Reported-Sewer-Overflows/3rgd-zjxxHealther Nelson410-537-3528CSV, JSON
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SocrataStateStathttps://data.maryland.gov/Maryland's Open Data Portal. Contains data produced by Maryland state government both in a spatial and non-spatial format.
(listed data.maryland.gov datasets downloaded)
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Stream HealthDNRhttp://www.streamhealth.maryland.gov/Provides resources on the health of Maryland's streams, factors that impact stream health
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Stream Impact Sampling and Ammonia Screening
City of Baltimore
https://data.baltimorecity.gov/Public-Works/Stream-Impact-Sampling-and-Ammonia-Screening/39h2-7kjsWater quality data for the streams and Harbor in the City of Baltimore including date, time, sampling station location, parameter, result and units. Historical sampling data from April 1995 thru current.
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Surface Water Quality Assessment (Integrated Report)MDEhttps://data.maryland.gov/Energy-and-Environment/Surface-Water-Quality-Assessments/f8kb-whqmThe Integrated Report combines two water quality reports required under sections 305(b) and 303(d) of the federal Clean Water Act. This requires Maryland to perform annual water quality assessments to determine the status of jurisdictional waters and to identify waters assessed as not meeting water quality standards.Matt Stover410-537-3611CSV, JSON
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Tier II CatchmentsMDE
http://data.imap.maryland.gov/datasets/b00c038568944e6d9fbbb5bcc9efa463_1?geometry=-82.704%2C37.678%2C-72.157%2C40.24
Shows Maryland's Tier II high quality waters and their associated catchmentsAngel Valdez410-537-3606JSON (layers and legend in separate files)
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Tier II High Quality WatersMDEhttp://data.imap.maryland.gov/datasets/b00c038568944e6d9fbbb5bcc9efa463_0?geometry=-82.704%2C37.678%2C-72.157%2C40.24Shows Maryland's Tier II high quality waters and their associated catchmentsAngel Valdez410-537-3606
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TMDL Data CenterMDEhttp://mde.maryland.gov/programs/Water/TMDL/DataCenter/Pages/index.aspxSearch for data and resources related to TMDLs (Total Maximum Daily Load).Greg Busch410-537-3901
CSV (statewide), maps (106 MB, by pollutant + other resources)
extracted TMDL report url and map url and added to CSV
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Water Quality Monitoring Sampling LocationsMDEhttps://data.maryland.gov/Energy-and-Environment/Water-Point-Source-Sampling-Locations/t3py-4x5e?Contains descriptive information on sampling locations for the water point source sampling result dataFred Schenerman410-537-4121CSV, JSON
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Water Quality Monitoring dataMDEhttps://data.maryland.gov/Energy-and-Environment/Water-Point-Source-Sample-Results/eqs6-savcThis data set contains results for nutrients such as phosphorous and nitrogen that may impact water quality in the Chesapeake Bay. This dataset covers the time period from 2008 to 2013.Fred Schenerman410-537-4121CSV (39 MB), JSON (78 MB)
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MARACOOS Assets Managerhttp://assets.maracoos.org/Presents near real-time observational asets and model forecasts that contribute to ocean monitoring.
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National Weather Service XML Feedshttp://w1.weather.gov/xml/current_obs/Provides access to observed current weather conditions
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Chesapeake Bay Interpretive Buoy SystemNOAAhttp://www.buoybay.noaa.gov/Buoys at 11 locations around the Bay update meteorological data every 10 minutes and wave, current, and water-quality data every hour. All data available via website, mobile apps, toll-free phone number, data download, and API.
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