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Barnegat Bay Partnership State of the Bay Report 2021.

Planning for a Future Barnegat Bay

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Enroll in a New Stewardship Program for a Healthy Bay

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Image of field technicians Kayla Racanelli (left) and Sammie Adamczyk (right) assessing a crossing.

Re-Connecting Fragmented Ecosystems  

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Red beard sponge and other encrusting organisms growing on oyster shells from the reef. (Photo by Dr. Christine Thompson).

Measures of a Successful Oyster Reef

Results of a Stockton University study measuring the water quality and habitat impacts of the Tuckerton Oyster Reef.

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Ocean County College Maker's Club install a mounting frame and track system for deploying the coastal acidification sensors.

2019 Water Quality Network Annual Report

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Monitoring Juvenile Eels

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Here’s why more NJ native plants could be coming to a yard near you

The state has an abundance of native flora. A newly signed bill is aimed at helping those plants flourish.

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Technicians assessing a waterway underneath a small bridge on a road.

BBP Watershed Team Welcomes Summer with Twice Monthly Water Quality Monitoring

The data being collected, along with any available historic data, will be used to identify the nature and location of water quality problems in the Toms River and Cedar Creek, Forked River, and Oyster Creek watersheds.

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Science Updates

Learn about the bay’s condition in the 2021 State of the Bay Report.

See current water-quality data from our three continuous monitoring stations in the bay, which transmit data in near real-time to NJDEP.

 

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