IAN in the Media

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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.


The Easton Star Democrat (Sun 5 Apr, 2009)
Chesapeake Bay health gets C-minus
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison, Margaret Palmer
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EASTON - The health of the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries remained poor in 2008 and has not improved since 2007, according to researchers at the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science.


The Easton Star Democrat (Sun 5 Apr, 2009)
Chester River nets a 'D' in annual 'report card': Some river tributaries show improvement
Staff quoted: UMCES
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CHESTERTOWN - It's another case of good news and bad news.


The Washington Examiner (Fri 3 Apr, 2009)
Chesapeake Bay report sees bright spots despite overall stagnation
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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The Chesapeake Bay's poor health did not improve last year, though restoration efforts have been working in some areas, according to a report released Thursday.


The Baltimore Sun (Fri 3 Apr, 2009)
Bay's health earns C-minus: Researchers say Chesapeake's vitality still poor
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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The Chesapeake Bay remains in poor health, virtually unchanged from the year before, University of Maryland researchers reported Thursday. The bay's vitality improved just 1 percent overall, earning it a grade of C-minus on the annual ecological report card produced by the university system's Center for Environmental Science.


The Maryland Daily Record (Fri 3 Apr, 2009)
Report: Bay remains unhealthy
Staff quoted: UMCES
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A new report finds the Chesapeake Bay remains unhealthy, although restoration efforts appear to be working in some areas. The analysis released Thursday by the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science gave the bay a C-minus grade. Researchers say the grade indicates ecological conditions have not significantly changed from 2007 and remain far below what is needed for a healthy Bay. However, the analysis says restoration efforts appear to be improving conditions in some areas, such as the upper western Shore and Virginia's James River, while other areas continue to worsen. A separate report released last month by the Chesapeake Bay Program also found no overall improvement over the past year.


The Annapolis Capital (Fri 3 Apr, 2009)
County's rivers flunk health test: UM report card gives F to rivers, C- to bay
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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BOWIE - Anne Arundel County's rivers - the Magothy, Severn, South, West and Rhode - have the poorest health of all the rivers in the Chesapeake Bay region.


The Associated Press (Fri 3 Apr, 2009)
Volunteers pitch in to rid the Potomac of trash
Staff quoted: UMCES
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WASHINGTON - It's not a monument or a museum, but the Potomac River skirting the nation's capital is a major attraction for tourists and locals alike. So the tons of trash that travel down the river and its tributaries each year has prompted plans for an ambitious weekend cleanup.



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