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Office of Wetlands, Oceans and Watersheds: Sustainable Communities Healthy Watersheds - 2010 Annual Report

EPA Number: 840R11001
Date of Publication:June, 2011
Pages:Total web pages: 20
AudienceAdult Public

Available from:
WEBhttp://water.epa.gov/aboutow/owow/upload/owowannualreport2010.pdf
This document summarizes the work completed by the Office of Wetlands, Oceans, and Watersheds for the year of 2010.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
About OWOW ......................................................................................................4
Fiscal Year 2010 Highlights.................................................................................5
Chapter One: Strengthening Wetlands and Water Programs .....................6
Draft Guidance to Clarify Waters Covered by the Clean Water Act EPA Reduces Environmental Impacts of Surface Coal Mining in Appalachia EPA Guidance for Chesapeake Bay Helps Control Nonpoint Source Pollution Addressing Impacts from Nitrogen and Phosphorus Pollution: Nutrients Framework Document and Memorandum
Memorandum on Ocean Acidification Addresses Rising CO2 Levels
Chapter Two: Advancing Watershed Protection through Partnerships....10
Hypoxia Task Force Urges States to Develop State-Specific Strategies EPA’s Community Action for a Renewed Environment (CARE) Program Reduces Pollution in Communities
OWOW helps Launch New National Ocean Policy 2010 International Coastal Cleanup Urban Waters Event Coastal Wetlands Workgroup Conducts Reviews in Key Watersheds Nonpoint Source Program Showcases 215 Success Stories Interstate Management Conference Advances Coordination on Mercury Emissions
Chapter Three: Achieving New Milestones in Monitoring and ................16 Assessment
OWOW Assists in Gulf of Mexico BP Oil Spill Response OSV BOLD Conducts 29 Scientific Surveys Data Collection Continues on Four Major National Aquatic Resource Surveys
Chapter Four: Building Capacity through Tools and Technologies...........18
Climate Ready Estuaries Program Helps Reduce Vulnerabilities to Climate Change Ex-USS Kittiwake Sunk at Last: First International Vessel-to-Reef Project


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Keywords:
Ground Water
Surface Water/Watersheds
Water Quality Information
Water Quality Protection
Water Pollution/Pollutants


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