IAN in the Media

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Medill News Service (Thu 16 Apr, 2009)
Recession could mean greater accountability for Chesapeake Bay restoration
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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WASHINGTON--Despite restoration efforts totaling approximately $6 billion over the last 25 years, the Chesapeake Bay remains in critical condition. Now, recent water-quality reports giving more bad news coupled with the economic downturn have shifted Bay-saving strategies toward greater accountability in spending to save America's largest estuary.


The Annapolis Capital (Thu 16 Apr, 2009)
'Mockery' made of Clean Water Act, CBF says: Chesapeake Bay earns a 'D' on foundation's 10th report
Staff quoted: UMCES
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The Chesapeake Bay is in poor health and in dire need of more attention from the federal government, the head of the Chesapeake Bay Foundation charged Wednesday.


The Richmond Times Dispatch (Thu 16 Apr, 2009)
Chesapeake Bay gets 'D' grade for 10th straight year
Staff quoted: UMCES
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The Chesapeake Bay is gravely ill, and it's not getting better.


The Baltimore Sun (Wed 15 Apr, 2009)
Septic system measure praised: Legislation seen as a boost for the Chesapeake
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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Few saw it coming, but the General Assembly approved a sleeper environmental bill that will require thousands of homes in Maryland to install more costly nitrogen-removing septic systems to keep the polluting nutrient out of rivers and the Chesapeake Bay.


The Washington Times (Wed 15 Apr, 2009)
Bay gets C-minus
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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Researchers at the University of Maryland's Center for Environmental Science earlier this month released a report card concerning the Chesapeake Bay's health, giving this huge ecosystem and premier striped bass spawning area a grade of C-minus.


Environment News Service (Mon 13 Apr, 2009)
Chesapeake Bay Scores C-Minus on Health Report Card
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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CAMBRIDGE, Maryland - Water quality in the Chesapeake Bay in 2008 earned a C-minus on the annual Chesapeake Bay Health Report Card issued each April by the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science.


Southern Maryland News (Wed 8 Apr, 2009)
Patuxent watershed health gets D-: Ches. Bay watershed improved over last year
Staff quoted: UMCES
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The health of the Patuxent River watershed remains abysmal, even in comparison to the very troubled Chesapeake Bay itself, results from a recent study show.


The Maryland Gazette Newspapers (Tue 7 Apr, 2009)
Development muddies paradise on Patuxent River: River slightly healthier, but researchers warn against optimism
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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The fog had just lifted off the Patuxent River just south of Upper Marlboro, and Bob Evans, a waterman, was speeding out to his nets in a small, open boat.


The Annapolis Capital (Mon 6 Apr, 2009)
Water quality failing in West, Rhode rivers
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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Despite having less pollution-producing development and abundant pristine land abutting the water, the West and Rhode river system is failing most water quality measures, according to a new report card.


The Washington Post (Sun 5 Apr, 2009)
Chesapeake Bay, Rivers Graded in Health Report
Staff quoted: UMCES
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The Chesapeake Bay was recently given a C-minus for water quality, aquatic life and ecological conditions because it showed no significant improvements from 2007 to last year. The rating was given by scientists from the University of Maryland's Center for Environmental Science and others.



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