IAN in the Media

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The Wall Street Journal (Fri 6 Jul, 2012)
Va.: restored Chesapeake Bay is possible
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RICHMOND, Va. — Virginia is far exceeding milestones to reduce wastewater pollution into the Chesapeake Bay, clearly showing the restoration of the bay can be achieved, the McDonnell administration said Friday.


Chesapeake Bay Journal (Sun 1 Jul, 2012)
Fowler sees 35 inches on 25th year of wade-in - Patuxent event illustrates how growing development has more than offset initial improvements to water quality
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Every year since 1988, on the second Sunday in June, Bernie Fowler has been wading into the Patuxent River, stopping when he can no longer see his white sneakers.


Chesapeake Bay Journal (Sun 1 Jul, 2012)
Scientists predict moderate low-oxygen areas this summer
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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Oxygen levels in the Bay should recover from last year's dismal lows, according to scientists who expect oxygen conditions in the midrange of what's been observed over the last three decades.


The Washington Post (Wed 20 Jun, 2012)
A little farther in Bernie Fowler's shoes
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For 25 years, former state senator Bernie Fowler has led groups of people into the Patuxent River in his determined effort to raise awareness about the declining quality of its water.


Southern Maryland News (Fri 15 Jun, 2012)
News not encouraging for local waterways
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The news for our local waterways hasn't been good of late.


Southern Maryland News (Wed 13 Jun, 2012)
A little further in his shoes - Fowler honored for 'keeping the faith'
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Dozens of Southern Maryland residents spent their Sunday afternoon at Jefferson Patterson Park and Museum in St. Leonard to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the annual Patuxent River Wade-In.


Southern Maryland News (Fri 8 Jun, 2012)
25th Patuxent River wade-in anniversary this Sunday
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In 1988, former senator Bernie Fowler led his first group of people into the Patuxent River to bring to light the declining quality of its water.


Delaware First Media News (Mon 4 Jun, 2012)
UD researcher seeks clues to curing annual Chesapeake Bay dead zone
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Each summer in Chesapeake Bay, huge algal blooms, fueled by nutrient pollutants, blossom and die. Their remains sink to the bottom and are quickly devoured by bacteria that monopolize the Bay's stores of dissolved oxygen, stressing or suffocating entire communities of marine life, such as clams, oysters and sponges.


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.



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