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Capital Gazette (Tue 17 May, 2016)
Report card: Chesapeake Bay 'C' grade is one of the highest since 1986
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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The health of the Chesapeake Bay improved in 2015, according to the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science.


Bay Journal (Tue 17 May, 2016)
Broad gains in Bay health seen in 2015
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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Aided by favorable weather, the Chesapeake Bay's ecological health made modest but widespread gains last year, according to a new assessment.


The Baltimore Sun (Tue 17 May, 2016)
Scientists give Chesapeake Bay its highest environmental grade since 1992
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison, Don Boesch
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The Chesapeake Bay received a "C" on its latest report card, released Tuesday, its highest score since 1992.


WAVY 10 News (Virginia) (Tue 17 May, 2016)
Scientists: Chesapeake Bay health improved in 2015
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison, Don Boesch
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CHESAPEAKE BAY (WAVY) — The overall health of the Chesapeake Bay improved in 2015, according to scientists at the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science.


CNN (Tue 17 May, 2016)
Scientists are feeling good about a 'C' grade for Chesapeake Bay
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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(CNN) - Conditions may be "poor to moderate" in Chesapeake Bay but scientists still found a reason to celebrate.


CBS Baltimore (Tue 17 May, 2016)
Report: Chesapeake Bay Health Improved Last Year
Staff quoted: Don Boesch, Bill Dennison
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BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A report card of C may be average but it's reason for optimism when it comes to the health of the Chesapeake Bay.


WBOC (Salisbury) Television (Tue 17 May, 2016)
Chesapeake Bay Report Card Shows Improvements
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison, Don Boesch
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ANNAPOLIS, Md.- It's hard to make an impact on the 4,479-square-mile body of water that is the Chesapeake Bay. Maryland Natural Resources Secretary Mark Belton says this year's report card on the bay's health shows that the change is real.


ABC News 2 (Tue 17 May, 2016)
Report: Chesapeake Bay health improved last year
Staff quoted: Don Boesch, Bill Dennison
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BALTIMORE (AP) -- A report by environmental scientists says the health of the Chesapeake Bay has improved as efforts to reduce runoff from land continue.


Science Daily (Tue 17 May, 2016)
Chesapeake Bay health improves in 2015
Staff quoted: Don Boesch, Bill Dennison
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The overall health of Chesapeake Bay improved in 2015, according to scientists at the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science. The largest estuary in the nation scored a C (53%) in 2015, one of the three highest scores since 1986. Only 1992 and 2002 scored as high or higher, both years of major sustained droughts.


WUSA News 9 (Tue 17 May, 2016)
Report: Chesapeake Bay health improved last year
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BALTIMORE (AP) - A report by environmental scientists says the health of the Chesapeake Bay has improved as efforts to reduce runoff from land continue. The University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science released the report Tuesday. The center says improvements in 2015 in water quality, chlorophyll and nitrogen levels contributed to a resurgence in aquatic grasses. One indicator that declined was total phosphorus, excess quantities of which can lead to algae blooms. The numbers of striped bass held steady, blue crab and bay anchovy improved.



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