Technical Bulletins (TB) are based on Sea Grant research findings and written for technical and scientific audiences. Featuring 114 records.
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|TB-071-C Revised January 2006|
Ohio Clean Marinas Program Guidebook Revised January 2006
Year: 2006, Pages: 167
|Year: 2005, Pages: 155|
2004-2005 Friends of Stone Laboratory Annual Report
|Year: 2005, Pages: 145|
Tourism development requires professional planning and cooperation between political leaders and the community. Barriers to good tourism planning may be perceptual. Differences in perspectives from individuals and groups involved may impede the planning process. Conflict resolution involves understanding the perceptual issues of those involved in the planning process. The purpose of this study was to develop a perceptual mapping procedure, which could serve as a basis of conflict resolution. The individuals sampled were convention and visitors bureau (CVB) directors in Northwest Ohio in an area known as the Great Black Swamp. Data collection was conducted in three phases which determined similarities and differences among those CVB director interviews. Results formed a perceptual map of the Great Black Swamp as a case study to determine the feasibility of development of an industrial tourism approach using the Northwest Ohio resources.
Year: 2005, Pages: 18
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National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Infromation Service National Geophysical Data Center World Data Center A for Marine Geology and Geophysics research publicatioin RP-3 January 2005 Lake floor physiographic features of Lake Erie, many seen in detail for the first time, are described with the aid of new bathymetry. Geomorphology of these features is discussed utilizing the bathymetry, existing data, and previous interpretations. The nearshore zone surrounding the main basins of Lake Erie deepens to 5-15 m within the first 1-3 km of the shore, exposing bedrock, glacial drift, and glaciolacustrine clay. Glacial erosion interacting with bedrock of varying resistance to erosion has accounted, directly or indirectly, for certain Lake Erie escarpments and other features, such as those occurring within the islands area and in the eastern Basin. Long Point Escarpment is apparently the surface expression of a bedrock escarpment formed on the edges of erosion-resistant southward-dipping strata. Clear Creek Ridge resembles an offshore bar built from accumulations of sand moving along the former shore at lower lake levels, though it may have a morainic foundation. The Pelee-Lorain, Long Point-Erie, and Point Pelee Ridges, are interpreted as morainic ridges on which sands were later concentrated by longshore transport at lower than present lake levels. Conneaut Bank, Fairport Ridge, and Point Pelee Fan are interpreted as deltas formed at lower lake levels. Pennsylvania Ridge flanks Pennsylvania Channel and resembles a natural levee extending westward from the southern end of the Long-Point Erie Ridge. Strong westward currents at depth through Pennsylvania Channel have apparently kept the channel open.
Available Online: ngdc.noaa.gov/mgg/greatlakes/erie/RP3/rp3.html
Year: 2005, Pages: 26
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