MassBays produces materials that will help inform and support research, monitoring, and on the ground work for researchers, managers and communities. MassBays publishes a quarterly eNewsletter that highlights activities in the MassBays planning area.
Below is a list of materials produced by MassBays.
- Annual Work Plan
- Annual Reports
- State of the Bays Reports
- Selected Publications
- Fact Sheets
Annual Work Plan
- FFY2020 implementation workplan (submitted on June 11, 2020 by MassBays to EPA for approval)
State of the Bays Reports
This list includes publications of work conducted or funded by MassBays.
A Rapid Assessment Protocol for Eelgrass Monitoring in Estuarine Embayments. Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries, MassBays National Estuary Program, and North and South Rivers Watershed Association, 2018.
TIDEGateway Final Report, December 2017. Geosyntec Consultants April 2016; Revised by MassBays National Estuary Program December 2017.
Historic eelgrass trends in Salem Sound, Massachusetts. Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries, 2017.
Eelgrass loss over time in Duxbury, Kingston, and Plymouth Bays, Massachusetts Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries. 2016.
Coastal Stormwater Management Through Green Infrastructure: A Handbook for Municipalities U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. 2014.
Report on the 2013 Rapid Assessment Survey of Marine Species at New England Bays and Harbors. Massachusetts Office of Coastal Zone Management. 2013.
Conservation Moorings Study. Urban Harbors Institute. 2013.
100 Years of Estuarine Marsh Trends in Massachusetts (1893-1995). Massachusetts Office of Coastal Zone Management. 2006.
Volunteers' Handbook for Monitoring New England Salt Marshes. Massachusetts Office of Coastal Zone Management. 2002.
Field Work from your Desk: Water Quality Assessment using an Autonomous Vehicle. 2019. Presented at the National Estuary Program Technical Transfer Meeting, Dewey Beach DE.
The National Estuary Program translates your research into action. 2019. Poster presented at Gulf of Maine 2050 International Symposium, Portland ME.
Applying the Biological Condition Gradient Approach in MassBays. 2019. Presented at the National Water Quality Monitoring Council Conference, Denver CO.
Start making sense! Applying diverse data to track estuarine conditions and trends. 2017. Poster presented at CERF2017, the Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation 24th Biennial Conference, Providence RI.