IAN in the Media

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The Corpus Christi Caller Times (Sun 11 Dec, 2011)
Harte Research Institute for Gulf of Mexico Studies at the summit of Gulf restoration plans - Research group presents plans of action
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CORPUS CHRISTI — A wide grin unfurls across Larry McKinney's ruddy face anytime the subject of "those guys" comes up.


The Houston Chronicle (Wed 7 Dec, 2011)
Scientists working on report card for Gulf's health
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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The Gulf of Mexico is not tar-black and dead, but is it healthy?


The Baltimore Sun B'More Green Blog (Thu 15 Sep, 2011)
Storm that fouled Bay tests restoration efforts
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison, Mike Roman
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The deluge that's fouled the Chesapeake Bay with mud, debris and pollution could pose a severe test for the efficacy of state and federal efforts to restore the ailing estuary.


The Baltimore Sun B'More Green Blog (Fri 9 Sep, 2011)
Noah's Bay - flooding adds to Chesapeake's woes
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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Hurricane Irene may have paradoxically breathed a little life back into the Chesapeake Bay, but the deluge that's caused flash flooding around Baltimore and forced evacuations along the Susquehanna River could well snuff out whatever spark of vitality the earlier storm brought to the ailing estuary.


The Baltimore Sun (Fri 2 Sep, 2011)
Hurricane Irene leaves sewage spills in wake - Overflows a byproduct of inadequate upkeep, officials say
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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Hurricane Irene did more than topple trees and turn out the lights across the Baltimore area. The storm left behind some nasty, stinky reminders of its fury, as sewage spills forced beach closures and triggered warnings to stay away from the water as summer draws to a close.


The Cumberland Times-News (Mon 25 Jul, 2011)
Potomac River gets failing grade
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— CUMBERLAND — The lower Potomac River dropped a full grade in 2010, from C to D, on its health report card, according to EcoCheck, a partnership between the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science.


Chesapeake Bay Journal (Wed 6 Jul, 2011)
Greater than normal oxygen-starved waters predicted for summer
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Wetter conditions increased flow of nutrients into the Bay


Chesapeake Bay Journal (Wed 6 Jul, 2011)
Elizabeth River rises from the depths Dedicated group is slowly bringing one of nation's most polluted rivers back to life
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From its northern intersection with the Chesapeake Bay to its southern convergence with the Intercoastal Waterway, the Elizabeth River hums with commerce.


The Baltimore Sun B'More Green Blog (Wed 6 Jul, 2011)
Scientists predict large Bay 'dead zone' this summer
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Scientists are predicting that this summer's oxygen-starved "dead zone" in the Chesapeake Bay will be unusually bad - fueled by a wet spring that washed a heavy dose of nitrogen into the bay from the Susquehanna River and other tributaries.


The Baltimore Sun (Sun 19 Jun, 2011)
Health of coastal bays near Ocean City declines
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My colleague Tim Wheeler, over at the B'More Green blog, reports that the waters near Ocean City may not be so fine after all. Here's what he wrote about a bay score card released recently:



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