Entire Morro Bay Watershed

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Resource Type: 
Maps and posters
Categories
MBWMP Priority Issues: 
CC-1 Habitat Acquisition
MBWMP Priority Issues: 
CC-3 TMDLs
Locations: 
Entire Morro Bay Watershed
Locations: 
City of Morro Bay
Locations: 
Los Osos - Baywood Park
Locations: 
Entire Chorro Valley Watershed
Locations: 
San Bernardo Creek
Topic: 
Stream survey data
Keywords: 
bioassessment

Morro Bay National Estuary Program's Implementation Effectiveness Program for the Morro Bay Watereshed Data Summary Report, 2010

Resource Type: 
Datasets
Categories
MBWMP Priority Issues: 
CC-7 Watershed Crew
Locations: 
Entire Morro Bay Watershed
Locations: 
Entire Chorro Valley Watershed
Locations: 
Chorro Creek
Locations: 
San Bernardo Creek
Locations: 
San Luisito Creek
Locations: 
Walters Creek
Locations: 
Chumash Creek
Locations: 
Pennington Creek
Locations: 
Dairy Creek
Locations: 
Entire Los Osos Valley Watershed
Locations: 
Warden Creek
Locations: 
Los Osos Creek
Locations: 
Morro Bay Estuary
Category: 
Environment and conservation
Topic: 
Benthic macroinvertebrate data
Topic: 
Flow data
Topic: 
Water quality data
Keywords: 
bacteria
Keywords: 
macroinvertebrates
Keywords: 
bioassessment
Keywords: 
sediment
Keywords: 
nitrates
Keywords: 
orthophosphates
Keywords: 
temperature
Keywords: 
pH
Keywords: 
conductivity
Keywords: 
turbidity
Keywords: 
flow
Keywords: 
algae
Keywords: 
monitoring
Keywords: 
data
Keywords: 
summary
Keywords: 
water
Keywords: 
quality
Keywords: 
suspended
Keywords: 
dissolved
Keywords: 
oxygen
Citation Information (FGDC)
Full Title: 
The Morro Bay National Estuary Program's Implementation Effectiveness Program Data Summary Report for 2010
Originator: 
Ann Kitajima, Annie Gillespie
Publication Date: 
20100930
Extended Information (FGDC)
Abstract: 
The report summarizes the monitoring data collected by the Morro Bay National Estuary Program. It includes summaries of data from the following efforts: creek water quality, flow, bacteria, macroinvertebrates, algae, bay water quality, shorebirds, and plankton. The report also includes analysis of the project effectiveness analysis conducted for implementation efforts throughout the Morro Bay watershed.
MBNEP specific
Fiscal Year: 
2010

Morro Bay Invasive Species Action Plan

Resource Type: 
Documents
Categories
MBWMP Priority Issues: 
HAB-09 Invasive species management
Locations: 
Entire Morro Bay Watershed
Category: 
Biologic and ecologic
Topic: 
Exotic or invasive species
Keywords: 
invasive species
Keywords: 
plant
Keywords: 
animals
Citation Information (FGDC)
Originator: 
Morro Bay National Estuary Program: Jon Hall, Shari Sullivan
Publication Date: 
20101118
Extended Information (FGDC)
Abstract: 
The Morro Bay Invasive Species Action Plan is a watershed-wide strategy to reduce the impact of invasive species. It encompasses all taxonomic categories of terrestrial, freshwater, and marine invasive species. To become invasive, these species must go through six different stages including transport, introduction, colonization, naturalization, spread and impact. The different management strategies presented in this plan were developed to address the problem at every stage of the invasion process. These management strategies are written as objectives. The objectives are somewhat fluid, meaning they are mutually exclusive and there is overlap between these categories. This plan is comprised of six objectives with 26 action items addressing: Coordination; Prevention; Early Detection: Rapid Response; Control & Management; Education and Outreach. This is meant to be a living document. To allow a mechanism for easy revisions and updates there will be no draft or final version. Rather, there will be different versions denoted by the date last revisited. The most curretn version of the plan will be available on a website in digital format at (www.centralcoastinvasives.com).
MBNEP specific
Fiscal Year: 
2011

Morro Bay Estuary Watershed Fire Management Plan

Resource Type: 
Documents
Categories
MBWMP Priority Issues: 
SED-3 Fire Management Plan
Locations: 
Entire Morro Bay Watershed
Category: 
Environment and conservation
Topic: 
Vegetation
Keywords: 
sediment
Keywords: 
fire
Citation Information (FGDC)
Originator: 
Northtree Fire International: Barry Callenberger, Zeke Lunder, Erik Frenzel, Robert Burnham
Publication Date: 
2002
Extended Information (FGDC)
Abstract: 
The Morro Bay Watershed Fire Management Plan identifies several strategies for implementing a wildland fire and fuels management program that: - Reduces the likelihood of large, catastrophic fires - Reduces the adverse watershed impacts of disturbance-based wildfire suppression activities - Incorporates wildland fire and fuels management activities into Morro Bay Estuary Watershed restoration projects - Increases public awareness of the linkages between wildland fire and the health of the estuary - Provides for a healthy estuary ecosystem, functional watersheds and fire safe communities
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