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Teaching iconVector Graphic (SVG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network94 views22 downloads (Details)An icon representing teaching.Add to lightbox
Educating state officials Dr. Bill Dennison points out the condition of Maryland's Coastal Bays scientists,UMCES,public relations,MDCB,public speaking,state agencies,government,education,teaching
Educating state officialsPhoto (JPG) Ben FertigRutgers University272 views3 downloads (Details)Dr. Bill Dennison points out the condition of Maryland's Coastal BaysAdd to lightbox
Educating state officials Dr. Bill Dennison explains the ecosystem of Maryland's Coastal Bays teaching,education,informal,state,agencies,DNR,UMCES,scientists
Educating state officialsPhoto (JPG) Ben FertigIAN, UMCES404 views1 downloads (Details)Dr. Bill Dennison explains the ecosystem of Maryland's Coastal BaysAdd to lightbox
Teaching about climate change aboard the Rachel Carson Educating about climate change and Chesapeake Bay aboard the R/V Rachel Carson education,posters,informal,ship,boat,research,teaching,Choptank River,climate,change,global,change,Chesapeake Bay,sea,level,rise
Teaching about climate change aboard the Rachel CarsonPhoto (JPG) Ben FertigIAN, UMCES201 views2 downloads (Details)Educating about climate change and Chesapeake Bay aboard the R/V Rachel CarsonAdd to lightbox
2008 Maryland Coastal Bays Report Card First annual release of the Maryland's Coastal Bays Report Card. These sensitive coastal lagoons received an overall grade of C+ for 2008. Scientists, the Maryland Coastal Bays Program, National Parks Service, state and local politicians, other dignitaries, and the general public gathered to hear the assessment which was based on water quality and other monitoring data and disseminated widely through various media. The Report Card was a collaboration between several entities, including the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, IAN, EcoCheck, and the Maryland Coastal Bays Program.  Maryland Coastal Bays,EcoCheck,government,health,assessment,IAN,IAN Press,Marylands,Coastal Bays,Media Release,presentations,press release,Report,Cards,science,communication,UMES,Coastal,Ecology,Teaching,Research,Laboratory
2008 Maryland Coastal Bays Report CardPhoto (JPG) Emily NaumanIAN, UMCES178 views2 downloads (Details)First annual release of the Maryland's Coastal Bays Report Card. These sensitive coastal lagoons received an overall grade of C+ for 2008. Scientists, the Maryland Coastal Bays Program, National Parks Service, state and local politicians, other dignitaries, and the general public gathered to hear the assessment which was based on water quality and other monitoring data and disseminated widely through various media. The Report Card was a collaboration between several entities, including the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, IAN, EcoCheck, and the Maryland Coastal Bays Program. Add to lightbox
IAN Press products First annual release of the Maryland's Coastal Bays Report Card. These sensitive coastal lagoons received an overall grade of C+ for 2008. Scientists, the Maryland Coastal Bays Program, National Parks Service, state and local politicians, other dignitaries, and the general public gathered to hear the assessment which was based on water quality and other monitoring data and disseminated widely through various media. The Report Card was a collaboration between several entities, including the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, IAN, EcoCheck, and the Maryland Coastal Bays Program.  Maryland Coastal Bays,books,EcoCheck,government,health,assessment,IAN,IAN Press,Marylands,Coastal Bays,Media Release,press release,Report,Cards,science,communication,Shifting,Sands,UMES,Coastal,Ecology,Teaching,Research,Laboratory
IAN Press productsPhoto (JPG) Emily NaumanIAN, UMCES218 views7 downloads (Details)First annual release of the Maryland's Coastal Bays Report Card. These sensitive coastal lagoons received an overall grade of C+ for 2008. Scientists, the Maryland Coastal Bays Program, National Parks Service, state and local politicians, other dignitaries, and the general public gathered to hear the assessment which was based on water quality and other monitoring data and disseminated widely through various media. The Report Card was a collaboration between several entities, including the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, IAN, EcoCheck, and the Maryland Coastal Bays Program. Add to lightbox
2008 Maryland Coastal Bays Report Card First annual release of the Maryland's Coastal Bays Report Card. These sensitive coastal lagoons received an overall grade of C+ for 2008. Scientists, the Maryland Coastal Bays Program, National Parks Service, state and local politicians, other dignitaries, and the general public gathered to hear the assessment which was based on water quality and other monitoring data and disseminated widely through various media. The Report Card was a collaboration between several entities, including the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, IAN, EcoCheck, and the Maryland Coastal Bays Program.  books,celebration,EcoCheck,government,health,assessment,IAN,IAN Press,Marylands,Coastal Bays,Media Release,press release,Report,Cards,science,communication,Shifting,Sands,UMES,Coastal,Ecology,Teaching,Research,Laboratory
2008 Maryland Coastal Bays Report CardPhoto (JPG) Emily NaumanIAN, UMCES147 views4 downloads (Details)First annual release of the Maryland's Coastal Bays Report Card. These sensitive coastal lagoons received an overall grade of C+ for 2008. Scientists, the Maryland Coastal Bays Program, National Parks Service, state and local politicians, other dignitaries, and the general public gathered to hear the assessment which was based on water quality and other monitoring data and disseminated widely through various media. The Report Card was a collaboration between several entities, including the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, IAN, EcoCheck, and the Maryland Coastal Bays Program. Add to lightbox
Bill gets interviewed First annual release of the Maryland's Coastal Bays Report Card. These sensitive coastal lagoons received an overall grade of C+ for 2008. Scientists, the Maryland Coastal Bays Program, National Parks Service, state and local politicians, other dignitaries, and the general public gathered to hear the assessment which was based on water quality and other monitoring data and disseminated widely through various media. The Report Card was a collaboration between several entities, including the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, IAN, EcoCheck, and the Maryland Coastal Bays Program.  Maryland Coastal Bays,Bill Dennison,camera,health,assessment,IAN,interview,Marylands,Coastal Bays,Media Release,opportunitygraphys,press release,science,communication,UMCES,Coastal,Ecology,Teaching,Research,Laboratory,video,camera
Bill gets interviewedPhoto (JPG) Ben FertigIAN, UMCES439 views12 downloads (Details)First annual release of the Maryland's Coastal Bays Report Card. These sensitive coastal lagoons received an overall grade of C+ for 2008. Scientists, the Maryland Coastal Bays Program, National Parks Service, state and local politicians, other dignitaries, and the general public gathered to hear the assessment which was based on water quality and other monitoring data and disseminated widely through various media. The Report Card was a collaboration between several entities, including the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, IAN, EcoCheck, and the Maryland Coastal Bays Program. Add to lightbox
2008 Maryland Coastal Bays Report Card First annual release of the Maryland's Coastal Bays Report Card. These sensitive coastal lagoons received an overall grade of C+ for 2008. Scientists, the Maryland Coastal Bays Program, National Parks Service, state and local politicians, other dignitaries, and the general public gathered to hear the assessment which was based on water quality and other monitoring data and disseminated widely through various media. The Report Card was a collaboration between several entities, including the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, IAN, EcoCheck, and the Maryland Coastal Bays Program.  celebration,Marylands,Coastal Bays,Media Release,press release,UMES,Coastal,Ecology,Teaching,Research,Laboratory
2008 Maryland Coastal Bays Report CardPhoto (JPG) Ben FertigIAN, UMCES159 views1 downloads (Details)First annual release of the Maryland's Coastal Bays Report Card. These sensitive coastal lagoons received an overall grade of C+ for 2008. Scientists, the Maryland Coastal Bays Program, National Parks Service, state and local politicians, other dignitaries, and the general public gathered to hear the assessment which was based on water quality and other monitoring data and disseminated widely through various media. The Report Card was a collaboration between several entities, including the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, IAN, EcoCheck, and the Maryland Coastal Bays Program. Add to lightbox
2008 Maryland Coastal Bays Report Card First annual release of the Maryland's Coastal Bays Report Card. These sensitive coastal lagoons received an overall grade of C+ for 2008. Scientists, the Maryland Coastal Bays Program, National Parks Service, state and local politicians, other dignitaries, and the general public gathered to hear the assessment which was based on water quality and other monitoring data and disseminated widely through various media. The Report Card was a collaboration between several entities, including the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, IAN, EcoCheck, and the Maryland Coastal Bays Program.  celebration,EcoCheck,government,health,assessment,IAN,IAN Press,Marylands,Coastal Bays,Media Release,press release,Report,Cards,science,communication,Tim,Carruthers,UMES,Coastal,Ecology,Teaching,Research,Laboratory
2008 Maryland Coastal Bays Report CardPhoto (JPG) Emily NaumanIAN, UMCES168 views1 downloads (Details)First annual release of the Maryland's Coastal Bays Report Card. These sensitive coastal lagoons received an overall grade of C+ for 2008. Scientists, the Maryland Coastal Bays Program, National Parks Service, state and local politicians, other dignitaries, and the general public gathered to hear the assessment which was based on water quality and other monitoring data and disseminated widely through various media. The Report Card was a collaboration between several entities, including the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, IAN, EcoCheck, and the Maryland Coastal Bays Program. Add to lightbox
2008 Maryland Coastal Bays Report Card First annual release of the Maryland's Coastal Bays Report Card. These sensitive coastal lagoons received an overall grade of C+ for 2008. Scientists, the Maryland Coastal Bays Program, National Parks Service, state and local politicians, other dignitaries, and the general public gathered to hear the assessment which was based on water quality and other monitoring data and disseminated widely through various media. The Report Card was a collaboration between several entities, including the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, IAN, EcoCheck, and the Maryland Coastal Bays Program.  Maryland Coastal Bays,Bill Dennison,EcoCheck,government,health,assessment,IAN,IAN Press,Marylands,Coastal Bays,Media Release,presentations,press release,Report,Cards,science,communication,UMCES,Coastal,Ecology,Teaching,Research,Laboratory
2008 Maryland Coastal Bays Report CardPhoto (JPG) Emily NaumanIAN, UMCES209 views2 downloads (Details)First annual release of the Maryland's Coastal Bays Report Card. These sensitive coastal lagoons received an overall grade of C+ for 2008. Scientists, the Maryland Coastal Bays Program, National Parks Service, state and local politicians, other dignitaries, and the general public gathered to hear the assessment which was based on water quality and other monitoring data and disseminated widely through various media. The Report Card was a collaboration between several entities, including the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, IAN, EcoCheck, and the Maryland Coastal Bays Program. Add to lightbox
2008 Maryland Coastal Bays Report Card First annual release of the Maryland's Coastal Bays Report Card. These sensitive coastal lagoons received an overall grade of C+ for 2008. Scientists, the Maryland Coastal Bays Program, National Parks Service, state and local politicians, other dignitaries, and the general public gathered to hear the assessment which was based on water quality and other monitoring data and disseminated widely through various media. The Report Card was a collaboration between several entities, including the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, IAN, EcoCheck, and the Maryland Coastal Bays Program.  Maryland Coastal Bays,Bill Dennison,EcoCheck,government,health,assessment,IAN,IAN Press,Media Release,presentations,press release,Report,Cards,science,communication,UMES,Coastal,Ecology,Teaching,Research,Laboratory
2008 Maryland Coastal Bays Report CardPhoto (JPG) Emily NaumanIAN, UMCES167 views1 downloads (Details)First annual release of the Maryland's Coastal Bays Report Card. These sensitive coastal lagoons received an overall grade of C+ for 2008. Scientists, the Maryland Coastal Bays Program, National Parks Service, state and local politicians, other dignitaries, and the general public gathered to hear the assessment which was based on water quality and other monitoring data and disseminated widely through various media. The Report Card was a collaboration between several entities, including the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, IAN, EcoCheck, and the Maryland Coastal Bays Program. Add to lightbox

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