IAN in the Media

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The Baltimore Sun (Sun 30 Jan, 2011)
Healing Baltimore's harbor
Staff quoted: Integration and Application Network
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Ray Bahr ought to be taking it easy. He's 75 and retired after a successful career as a cardiologist. Instead, the Canton resident finds himself prowling alleys in East Baltimore on the lookout for illegally dumped trash and goading city officials to clean up mini-landfills in back of abandoned houses.

7.30 Report (Thu 27 Jan, 2011)
Scientists assess flood impact to Moreton Bay
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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TRACY BOWDEN, PRESENTER: While the massive clean-up is well underway in Queensland, the full environmental impact of the floods is still being assessed.

Patch.com (Mon 17 Jan, 2011)
A River Geek's Pick of One of the Great Reads from 2010
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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A New Year's resolution is something you normally make up yourself. And it's just for a year—and often much less if it has to do with exercise or dieting.

Patch.com (Tue 14 Dec, 2010)
The Magic in a Bottle of Potomac River Water
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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Here's a question: If you had to fill a small bottle with water from the Potomac River, where would you go? What would you do?

Bay Journal (Wed 1 Dec, 2010)
Summer conditions better than average in most of Chesapeake
Staff quoted: Integration and Application Network
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Chesapeake Bay conditions were better than average this summer, with fewer fish kills and sea nettles, and a smaller than average area of low-oxygen water, scientists report.

The Annapolis Capital (Sat 20 Nov, 2010)
Digest: Experts launch bay 'action plan' blog
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison, Walt Boyton
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A group of scientists and bay experts has launched a new blog to share their thoughts on the Chesapeake restoration efforts.

The Annapolis Capital (Fri 12 Nov, 2010)
Report: Bay 'dead zone' came early
Staff quoted: Caroline Wicks
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The Chesapeake Bay's summer "dead zone" arrived earlier this year but was less intense than usual, scientists said.

Bay Journal (Mon 1 Nov, 2010)
New USGS method improves ability to track nutrients flowing into Bay
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison, Tom Fisher
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Scientists have developed a new technique to answer a fundamental, yet maddeningly complex question: Is the amount of nitrogen and phosphorus reaching the Chesapeake Bay trending up or down?

The Saipan Tribune (Wed 27 Oct, 2010)
Workshop aims to make science digestible for the public
Staff quoted: Tim Carruthers, Jane Hawkey
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Improving the communication of science for the public will be the subject of an upcoming workshop hosted by the National Park Service at American Memorial Park.

The Baltimore Sun B'More Green Blog (Wed 27 Oct, 2010)
Even the Nanticoke, Bay's healthiest river, has issues
Staff quoted: Integration and Application Network
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The Nanticoke River on the Eastern Shore, which many consider to be the Chesapeake Bay's most pristine - or least degraded - river, has earned a B-minus health grade overall on the first report card put together by scientists and water watchdogs.

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