Weather and Conmon Stations at Jug Bay

Chesapeake Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve

Weather and Conmon Stations at Jug Bay

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Aerial view of Weather and CONMON Station at Jug Bay 



Jug Bay weather station

Station: Jug Bay weather station
Position: 38° 46' 50.52 N, 76° 42' 29.16 W
Description: Located in the Patuxent River. Real time telemetry.
Years deployed: 2003 – present

Iron Pot Landing - Jug Bay weather station

Station: Iron Pot Landing
Position: 38° 47' 45.60 N, 76° 43' 14.88 W
Description: Located in the tidal freshwater system of the Patuxent River.
Years deployed: 2003 – present

Railroad or Patuxent River-Jug Bay weather station

Station: Railroad or Patuxent River-Jug Bay
Position: 38° 46' 52.68 N, 76° 42' 49.32 W
Description: Located in the tidal freshwater system of the Patuxent River. Real time telemetry.
Years deployed: 2003 – present

Jug Bay weather station- Mataponi Station: Mataponi
Position: 38° 44' 35.88 N, 76° 42' 26.64 W
Description: Located in the tidal freshwater system of the Patuxent River.
Years deployed: 2003 – present
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Where to Find the Data!

Jug Bay CONMON water quality data can be downloaded from:

  1. NERRS Centralized Data Management Office website: http://cdmo.baruch.sc.edu/
  2. Maryland Department of Natural Resources “Eyes on the Bay” website: http://mddnr.chesapeakebay.net/eyesonthebay/index.cfm.

Jug Bay weather data can be requested by contacting CBNERR-MD Research Coordinator, Patricia Delgado: (pdelgado@dnr.state.md.us) or Research Assistant Lindsay Carroll (lcarroll@dnr.state.md.us).


Sampling marsh vegetation at Jug Bay (Credit: L. Carroll)

Our Science

Explore and learn about the interesting research and long-term monitoring projects we are conducting at Otter Point Creek (Bush River), Jug Bay (Patuxent River), and Monie Bay (eastern shore). Our projects range from water quality monitoring to marsh plants to monitoring secretive marsh birds and fish.​​​​​

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Links to Our Data

Our Data

We invite you to use our data to support research, modeling, management, and/or education goals. Our data could serve as baseline information to start a new research project, to look for interesting trends, to support modeling efforts, or to complement a project already in progress. We hope our data can help you to make a difference!

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Monitoring the impacts of climate change on wetlands using longterm plant transects. (Credit: P. Delgado)

Monitoring Climate Change

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Weather and water quality station at Otter Point Creek (Credit: K. Garman)

Resources

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