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Navigation[ edit ] Lighthouses and lightships such as Chesapeake have helped guide ships into the Bay The Chesapeake Bay forms a link in the Intracoastal Waterwayof the bays, sounds and inlets between the off-shore barrier islands and the coastal mainland along the Atlantic coast connecting the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal linking the Bay to the north and the Delaware River with the Albemarle and Chesapeake Canal linking the Bay, to the south, via the Elizabeth Riverby the cities of Norfolk and Portsmouth to the Albemarle Sound and Pamlico Sound in North Carolina and further to the Sea Islands of Georgia.
A busy shipping channel dredged by the U.
Army Corps of Engineers since the s runs the length of the Bay, is an important transit route for large vessels entering or leaving the Port of Baltimoreand further north through the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal to the ports of Wilmington and Philadelphia on the Delaware River. During the later half of the 19th century and first half of the 20th century, the Bay was plied by passenger steamships and packet boat lines connecting the various cities on it, notably the Baltimore Steam Packet Company "Old Bay Line".
In the later 20th century, a series of road crossings were built. Memorial Bridge between the state capital of Annapolis, Maryland and Matapeake on the Eastern Shorecrossing Kent Islandwas constructed A second, parallel, span was added in The Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel was opened for two lanes in and four lanes in Tides in the Chesapeake Bay exhibit an interesting and unique behavior due to the nature of the topography both horizontal and vertical shapewind driven circulation, and how the Bay interacts with oceanic tides.Mid Atlantic Mega Meet 2012 Glen Burnie MD 3/3
Research into the peculiar behavior of tides both at the northern and southern extents of the Bay began in the late s. One study noted sea level fluctuations at periods of 5 days, driven by sea level changes at the Bay's mouth on the Atlantic coast and local lateral winds, and 2.
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Baltimore, in the northern portion of the Bay, experiences a noticeable modulation to form its mixed tidal nature during spring vs. Spring tides, when the sun-earth-moon system forms a line, cause the largest tidal amplitudes during lunar monthly tidal variations. In contrast, neap tides, when the sun-earth-moon system forms a right angle, are muted, and in a semi-diurnal tidal system such as that seen at the CBBT site this can be seen as a lowest intertidal range.
Two interesting points that arise from comparing these two sites at opposite ends of the Bay are their tidal characteristics - semi-diurnal tide for CBBT and mixed tide for Baltimore due to resonance in the Bay - and the differences in amplitude due to dissipation in the Bay.
Fishing industry[ edit ] A skipjackpart of the oystering fleet in Maryland The Bay is mostly known for its seafood production, especially blue crabs,  clams and oysters.
In the middle of the 20th century, the Bay supported 9, full-time watermen, according to one account. The plentiful oyster harvests led to the development of the skipjackthe state boat of Maryland, which is the only remaining working boat type in the United States still under sail power.
Other characteristic bay-area workboats include sail-powered boats such as the log canoethe pungythe bugeyeand the motorized Chesapeake Bay deadrisethe state boat of Virginia. The Chesapeake Bay Program is using oysters to reduce the amount of nitrogen compounds entering the Chesapeake Bay. Once on the verge of extinction, rockfish have made a significant comeback because of legislative action that put a moratorium on rockfishing, which allowed the species to re-populate.
Rockfish can now be fished in strictly controlled and limited quantities. As a result, tourism has a notable impact on Maryland's economy. The water is glassy, smooth and gorgeous, his wake white against the deep blue. That's the problem with the Chesapeake. It's so damned beautiful.
You see them everywhere on Maryland's Eastern Shore, the weekend sailors.