IAN in the Media

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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.

WBOC (Salisbury) Television (Fri 1 Oct, 2010)
$491M in Federal Money Target Toward Bay Restoration
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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Federal agencies working to implement President Barack Obama's Chesapeake Bay Executive Order have published a first annual action plan that details $491 million in in fiscal year 2011 funding for activities dedicated to the restoration and protection of the Chesapeake Bay.

The Cumberland Times-News (Sun 19 Sep, 2010)
Deep Creek tributaries free of water quality issues, MDE says
Staff quoted: Integration and Application Network
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DEEP CREEK LAKE — While Deep Creek Lake might have water quality issues with nutrients levels in some of its coves, those problems don't appear to be flowing in with the streams that feed the lake.

The Baltimore Sun (Thu 16 Sep, 2010)
Chesapeake Bay progress uneven, study shows
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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A new study shows some Chesapeake Bay rivers have gotten cleaner over the past three decades, while others are getting worse.

The Baltimore Sun (Wed 1 Sep, 2010)
Commentary - Grading your car
Staff quoted: UMCES
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School is back in session. Could that be why it seems like everybody is handing out report cards these days?

The (Oakland, Md.) Republican (Thu 12 Aug, 2010)
Ecosystem Health Report Card To Be Created For Deep Creek
Staff quoted: Heath Kelsey
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About 150 people attended Saturday's "State of the Watershed" forum, sponsored by Friends of Deep Creek Lake, a local nonprofit group addressing ways to protect, preserve, and restore the watershed. The 2½-hour information-packed event included overviews of research that has been or will be conducted about the lake.

The Cumberland Times-News (Tue 10 Aug, 2010)
Group will give Deep Creek water quality report card
Staff quoted: Heath Kelsey
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OAKLAND — Data on the health of Deep Creek Lake has been collected by various organizations from as early as the 1980s, but has never been assembled into one comprehensive report on the lake's overall condition.

The Baltimore Sun (Sun 8 Aug, 2010)
'Floating wetlands' find a home in Baltimore's Inner Harbor
Staff quoted: Integration and Application Network
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Baltimore's Inner Harbor was once ringed by wetlands, but over time they gave way to development until only one was left.

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