IAN in the Media

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LiveScience (Mon 21 May, 2012)
Seagrasses Store as Much Carbon as Forests
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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Seagrasses are a vital part of the solution to climate change and can store up to twice as much carbon as the world's temperate and tropical forests, new research indicates.

The Washington Post (Sat 19 May, 2012)
Potomac 'most endangered'? Just hype.
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Just because you're promoting a worthy cause doesn't justify distorting the truth.

Federal News Radio (DC) (Tue 15 May, 2012)
Potomac River named most endangered
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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WASHINGTON - The Potomac River isn't the pollution cesspool of the 1960s and 1970s that many remember, but a nonprofit advocacy group ranks the "nation's river" as the most endangered.

The Baltimore Sun (Thu 3 May, 2012)
Study: Pollution trading could trim bay cleanup costs - Billions of dollars in potential savings seen, critics warn of 'Pandora's box'
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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Steep projected costs for cleaning up the Chesapeake Bay could be trimmed by billions of dollars, a new study suggests, by allowing polluters to buy "credits" for less-expensive reductions made by others.

Bay Journal (Tue 1 May, 2012)
Storms bring down Bay's grade on report card
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison, Caroline Wicks
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The Chesapeake Bay brought home its worst report card ever this spring, thanks to a pair of storms that washed huge amounts of nitrogen, phosphorus and sediment into its mainstem.

Bay Daily (Wed 25 Apr, 2012)
A Perfect Storm for Blue Crabs
Staff quoted: Tom Miller
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Here's a paradox about the Chesapeake Bay.

Fuel Fix (Sat 21 Apr, 2012)
Oil spill's long-term effects on sea life have yet to surface
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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President Barack Obama was among a worried chorus in 2010 when he called the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico the "worst environmental disaster America has ever faced."

Time Magazine (Fri 20 Apr, 2012)
Two Years After the Gulf Oil Spill, Why We Won't Stop Drilling
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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It was two years ago today that the Deepwater Horizon—a top-of-the-line offshore drilling rig owned by BP and run by Transocean—experienced a sudden burst of gas from a three-mile long well its crew was drilling in the Gulf of Mexico, 40 miles south of the Louisiana coast. The combustible methane rushed up the well and into the rig, igniting a massive explosion that would kill 11 workers, destroy the Deepwater Horizon—and trigger the biggest offshore oil spill the U.S. had ever seen.

WTOP Radio News (Fri 20 Apr, 2012)
Chesapeake Bay crabs making a comeback
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RIVA, Md. - Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley said there's good news on the health of the Chesapeake Bay.

The Maryland Gazette (Fri 20 Apr, 2012)
Health of Chesapeake Bay gets mixed reviews - Crab population up; overall health down
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For Maryland's beloved body of water, the Chesapeake Bay, it was a week marked by stark highs and lows.

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