IAN in the Media

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The Associated Press (Tue 29 Jun, 2010)
Coastal Bays to release ecosystem report card
Staff quoted: Integration and Application Network
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OCEAN CITY — A scientifically and geographically detailed assessment of the health of the ecosystem will be released Wednesday by the Maryland Coastal Bays Program and others.


The Baltimore Sun B'More Green Blog (Mon 28 Jun, 2010)
Tale of two dead zones: Gulf's larger, Bay's smaller
Staff quoted: Integration and Application Network
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As if the Gulf of Mexico doesn't have enough problems right now, scientists are predicting that a larger-than-average "dead zone" will form there this summer. The Chesapeake Bay, meanwhile, appears to be in line for one of its smallest areas of oxygen-starved water - though that doesn't necessarily mean it's well on the road to restoration.


The Baltimore Sun (Wed 23 Jun, 2010)
Bay 'dead zone' forecast smaller this summer
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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The fish-smothering "dead zone" now forming in the middle of the Chesapeake Bay is likely to be one of the smallest in the past 25 summers, scientists predicted Tuesday, a brighter outlook they credited to favorable weather as well as to long-running efforts to clean up the estuary.


The Salisbury Daily Times (Wed 23 Jun, 2010)
Satellites spot troubling bay trends
Staff quoted: Integration and Application Network
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WASHINGTON -- Nearly 500 miles above Earth, NASA satellites are revealing land and water changes in the Chesapeake Bay region that are harming the area's landscape and wildlife.


The Annapolis Capital (Wed 23 Jun, 2010)
Bay 'dead zone' could be smaller
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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The Chesapeake Bay's infamous "dead zone" - a vast stretch of water that contains virtually no dissolved oxygen, making it inhospitable to marine life - could be smaller this summer than in recent years, scientists said today.


The Salisbury Daily Times (Mon 21 Jun, 2010)
Coastal Bays report card will arrive soon
Staff quoted: Integration and Application Network
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School's out for summer. Two truths follow: Report cards will soon arrive and so will people heading to our beaches and bays. But students aren't the only ones receiving report cards. The second Maryland Coastal Bays Report Card, a detailed assessment on the health of the bays behind Ocean City and Assateague, will be unveiled Wednesday, June 30.


University or Maryland's News 21 (Mon 14 Jun, 2010)
Chesapeake Bay Swim Attracts Hundreds in Balmy Conditions, But Course Includes a 'Dead Zone'
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison, Mike Roman
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SANDY POINT STATE PARK, Md. - Hundreds of swimmers from across the country churned through the waters of the Chesapeake Bay this morning, and for the participants of the Great Chesapeake Bay Swim, nature cooperated.


The Easton Star Democrat (Sun 13 Jun, 2010)
Chester River water quality improves slightly
Staff quoted: Integration and Application Network
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CHESTERTOWN- When a child brings home a report card that's better than the one before, mom and dad are happy. The same is true of the Chester River Association after seeing the latest report card on the health of the river.


The Baltimore Sun (Thu 3 Jun, 2010)
Bay leaders launch restoration website
Staff quoted: UMCES
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Gov. Martin O'Malley joined Virginia's governor, federal officials and other state leaders in Baltimore Thursday to unveil a new website for tracking the Chesapeake Bay restoration effort, while declaring that they're finally making headway in jump-starting the lagging cleanup.


Bay Journal (Tue 1 Jun, 2010)
Scientists give Bay's health a C, up from last year
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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Scientists grading the Bay's health for 2009 reported there were modest improvements in parts of the Chesapeake, and they gave the Bay an overall grade of C, up from a C minus in 2008.



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