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India Education Diary (Wed 6 Feb, 2013)
Odisha: Ecosystem Health Report Card for Chilika Lake launched
Staff quoted: Heath Kelsey
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Report by India Education bureau, Bhubaneswar: Chilika Development Authority, Bhubaneswar in collaboration with National Centre for Sustainable Coastal Management (NCSCM), Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India organized an in International Workshop to develop a scientifically robust "Ecosystem Health Report Card for Chilika Lake" to assess the health of the Chilika lake and suggest possible management response.


The Times of India (Tue 5 Feb, 2013)
Health status: Chilika to join elite group
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BHUBANESWAR: Chilika will soon join the elite club of iconic wetlands like Chesapeake Bay of USA and the Great Barrier Reef of Australia with scientists working on the methodology for development of ecosystem health report card for the lake.


The Hindu (India) (Mon 4 Feb, 2013)
Ecosystem Health Report Card for Chilika Lake
Staff quoted: Heath Kelsey, Simon Costanzo, Jane Hawkey
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Chilika Lake may become the first lake from Asia to adopt the "Ecosystem Health Report Card" – an effective means of tracking and reporting the health of a waterway at both local and regional scales.


Orissa Diary/Odisha Media (India) (Sun 3 Feb, 2013)
US-based Maryland University experts to develop Ecosystem Health Report Card for Chilika Lake
Staff quoted: Heath Kelsey, Simon Costanzo, Jane Hawkey
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Report by Rashmi r Parida, Bhubaneswar: The team of experts from Dr Simon Costanzo, Dr Heath Kelsey & Jane Hawkey from the Integration and Application Network (IAN) Maryland University , USA coming to Chilika from 4th-7th February 2013 to give a final shape to the methodology for development of "Ecosystem Health Report Card for Chilika Lake".


India Education Diary (Sun 3 Feb, 2013)
Odisha: Maryland University experts to develop Ecosystem Health Report Card for Chilika Lake
Staff quoted: Heath Kelsey, Simon Costanzo, Jane Hawkey
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Report by Rashmi r Parida, Bhubaneswar: The team of experts from Dr Simon Costanzo, Dr heath Kelsey & Jane Hawkey from the Integration and Application Network (IAN) Maryland University , USA coming to Chilika from 4th-7th February 2013 to give a final shape to the methodology for development of "Ecosystem Health Report Card for Chilika Lake" .


Boothbay Register (Maine) (Tue 22 Jan, 2013)
Across the great divide
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison, Judy O'Neil
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Although they are oceans apart, students from Boothbay Region High School and Australian students will work together as part of a virtual science program in March.


WAMU (NPR) News (Sun 13 Jan, 2013)
Spring Weather Will Determine Chesapeake Bay's Health
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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Some people may be familiar with it — the smell of rainwater in a covered tube. It's a stale, unpleasant smell. And it's similar to what happens at the Chesapeake Bay every summer.


The Bay Net News (Tue 1 Jan, 2013)
O'Malley Signs Order Helping State Prepare For Climate Change and Extreme Weather
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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Governor Martin O'Malley has signed a landmark initiative to increase the State's long term resiliency to storm related flooding and sea level rise. He signed the Climate Change and Coast Smart Construction Executive Order, directing that all new and reconstructed state structures, as well as other infrastructure improvements, be planned and constructed to avoid or minimize future flood damage.


Crisfield-Somerset County Times (Mon 31 Dec, 2012)
O'Malley signs order to get state prepared for climate change, extreme weather
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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ANNAPOLIS — Governor Martin O'Malley has signed a landmark initiative to increase the State's long term resiliency to storm related flooding and sea level rise. He signed the Climate Change and Coast Smart Construction Executive Order, directing that all new and reconstructed state structures, as well as other infrastructure improvements, be planned and constructed to avoid or minimize future flood damage.


The Baltimore Sun B'More Green Blog (Fri 28 Dec, 2012)
State building changes ordered to avert flood damage - O'Malley calls rise in sea level a threat to public infrastructure
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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Declaring that Maryland's coastal areas are increasingly at risk from a rising sea level, Gov. Martin O'Malley has ordered state agencies to weigh the growing risks of flooding in deciding where and how to construct state buildings.



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