ChesapeakeStat is the parent site for a suite of web products that offer access to information about our work to restore the Chesapeake Bay. It explains how we are governed, how we are working to achieve the goals and outcomes of the Chesapeake Bay Watershed Agreement, and how we can be held accountable for this work.
Since its formation, the Chesapeake Bay Program has been guided by science-based goals. To assess our progress toward these goals, we track a range of environmental indicators. Accurate data and open assessments ensure our work is transparent and allow our partners, stakeholders and oversight groups to hold us accountable for the work that we do.
This timeline highlights important moments in our history of sharing information and making strategic decisions to protect and restore the watershed.
Over the next decade, the Chesapeake Bay Program will work to meet the goals and outcomes of the Chesapeake Bay Watershed Agreement. We will continue to update ChesapeakeStat and its suite of web products with the latest data and information on management and progress, improving information-sharing and decision-making across the partnership.
ChesapeakeStat is a collaborative tool supported by Chesapeake Bay Program staff.
The core team is responsible for the development of ChesapeakeStat and its suite of web products. You are welcome to contact them directly with questions or comments about these tools.
ChesapeakeStat Project Manager, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Doreen leads the ChesapeakeStat team and ensures data is used to improve our decision-making and communicate our progress.
Phone: (410) 267-5780
E. Guy Stephens
Director of Web Development, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
Guy directs the development of all Chesapeake Bay Program web products.
Phone: (410) 295-1316
The support team makes sure the moving parts of ChesapeakeStat are in place to support the partnership.
Associate Director for Partnerships and Accountability, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Carin fosters collaboration and promotes ChesapeakeStat as a problem-solving tool.
Phone: (410) 267-5732
Geospatial Systems Analyst, U.S. Geological Survey
Andy ensures our products are supported by accurate, accessible data.
Phone: (410) 267-9835
Web Developer, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
Bill develops Chesapeake Bay Program web products.
Phone: (410) 267-5742
GIS Team Leader, U.S. Geological Survey
John specializes in data visualization and in using GIS technology to place our data on maps.
Phone: (410) 267-5739
Web Designer, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
Dave designs Chesapeake Bay Program web products.