IAN in the Media

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Stormwater Report (Mon 31 Mar, 2014)
University of Maryland Study Examines Effective Chesapeake Bay Management Practices
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A new report by the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science (UMCES) looks at 40 case studies in the Chesapeake Bay watershed to determine which management practices have been most effective. According to the report, "New Insights: Science-based evidence of water quality improvements, challenges, and opportunities in the Chesapeake," upgrading water resource recovery facilities, lowering vehicle and power plant emissions, and reducing runoff from farmland have been most effective at reducing sediment and nutrients.


Bay Journal (Mon 31 Mar, 2014)
Local actions leading to better water quality in some watersheds: Wastewater upgrades, reduced air pollution, animal fencing achieving the greatest results.
Staff quoted: Don Boesch, Bill Dennison
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When one looks at the Bay as a whole, the picture is often grim. Water clarity is worsening, underwater grass beds are declining, and oxygen-starved dead zones aren't going away.


Southern Maryland News (Fri 28 Feb, 2014)
Report Shows Some Improvements in Chesapeake Bay Restoration
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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ANNAPOLIS (Feb. 28, 2014) -- Amidst statewide debate about how to fund restoration of the Chesapeake Bay, a report released Thursday shows that many local and national efforts to curb pollution have had a positive effect on the watershed.


The Talbot Spy (Fri 28 Feb, 2014)
Report Shows Some Improvements in Bay Restoration
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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ANNAPOLIS-Amidst statewide debate about how to fund restoration of the Chesapeake Bay, a report released Thursday shows that many local and national efforts to curb pollution have had a positive effect on the watershed.


My Eastern Shore (Thu 27 Feb, 2014)
Report shows local water quality efforts work
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison, Don Boesch
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EASTON — The Chesapeake Bay Program, a partnership that includes state and federal agencies and local organizations, released a report Tuesday, Feb. 25 that it says shows local waterway efforts to clean up the bay watershed are working.


Capital News Service (Thu 27 Feb, 2014)
Report Shows Some Improvements in Chesapeake Bay Restoration
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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ANNAPOLIS-Amidst statewide debate about how to fund restoration of the Chesapeake Bay, a report released Thursday shows that many local and national efforts to curb pollution have had a positive effect on the watershed.


Capital Gazette (Wed 26 Feb, 2014)
Report: Bay cleanup shows promise; more work and monitoring ahead
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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Data gleaned from scores of scientific studies indicate elements of the Chesapeake Bay cleanup plan are working.


The Star Democrat (Tue 25 Feb, 2014)
Report shows local water quality efforts work
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison, Don Boesch
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EASTON — The Chesapeake Bay Program, a partnership that includes state and federal agencies and local organizations, released a report Tuesday, Feb. 25, that it says shows local waterway efforts to clean up the Bay watershed are working.


Courier-Post (Sat 28 Dec, 2013)
Slow lane for progress: Chesapeake improvements lag behind restoration efforts, thanks in part to geological features only now becoming fully understood
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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CRISFIELD — Thirty years into a state and federal campaign to clean up America's largest estuary, no one is declaring victory on Chesapeake Bay this year.


Delmarva Now (Sat 28 Dec, 2013)
Underwater grass
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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This year found the bay's underwater grasses struggling to recover from three years of severe, weather-induced damage.



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