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Article from the February 2008 edition
Fine scale patterns of water quality in three regions of Maryland’s Coastal Bays
Graduate students Ben Fertig and Kris Beckert gave a tag-team presentation
IAN continues its involvement in the Maryland Coastal Bays
Bill Dennison has taken over as the new chair of the Maryland Coastal Bays Science and Technology Advisory Committee (Coastal Bays STAC), succeeding Dr. Tom Jones of Salisbury University. UMCES graduate students, Kris Beckert and Ben Fertig continue their study and synthesis of Maryland's Coastal Bays. At the recent STAC meeting, they presented summary water quality and oyster bioindicator findings from their 2007 field surveys, and a data report will be available shortly. Jane Thomas presented the latest version of 'Shifting Sands', a synthesis book about the coastal bays.

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