خانه / James R. Webb

James R. Webb

James Webb holds a BS in environmental science from Davis and Elkins College, Elkins, West Virginia (1983) and an MS in environmental science from the University of Virginia, Charlottesville (1988). He is presently a senior scientist in the Department of Environmental Sciences at the University of Virginia, where he served for 25 years as projects coordinator for the Shenandoah Watershed Study and the Virginia Trout Stream Sensitivity Study (http://swas.evsc.virginia.edu). He has authored and coauthored numerous reports and journal articles concerning watershed response to atmospheric acidic deposition in the forested mountains of the central Appalachian Mountains region. He has participated in the design and management of water quality studies and surveys, monitoring programs, and assessments related to national park, national forest, and other conservation lands in the region. He served as an academic community representative on the Technical Oversight Committee and as coauthor of the Aquatic Effects Technical Report for the multiagency Southern Appalachian Mountains Initiative. He has contributed to multiple National Park Service assessments, including participation as coprincipal investigator for the Shenandoah National Park: Fish in Sensitive Habitats project and the Assessment of Air Quality and Air Pollutant Impacts in the Shenandoah National Park. He was a coauthor of the Trout Unlimited report, Current and Projected Status of Coldwater Fish Communities in the Southeastern US in the Context of Continued Acid Deposition. He has contributed to EPA reports on status and changes in the acid-base chemistry of surface waters in the United States related to implementation of the Clean Air Act. His previous involvement in protocol and standard operating procedure development for environmental monitoring has included work for the National Park Service and the US Department of Agriculture Forest Service.

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A practical book for professionals who rely on water quality data for decision making, this book is based on three decades experience of three highly published water and watershed resource professionals. It focuses on the analysis of air pollution sensitive waters and the consequent effects associated with soil and water acidification, nutrient-N enrichment, or the effects of atmospherically deposited toxic substances. It also covers lake zooplankton and/or stream macroinvertebrate biomonitors. Explanations of the reasons behind various recommendations provide readers with the tools needed to alter recommended protocols to match particular study needs and budget

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