IAN in the Media

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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:

The Baltimore Sun B'More Green Blog (Fri 17 Jun, 2011)
Coastal bays' health slips a notch
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The health of Maryland's coastal bays near Ocean City worsened slightly last year, according to the latest ecological report card. Driven by declines in the northernmost bays and in the southernmost bay reaching down into Virginia, the overall condition of the 175-square-mile watershed slipped from a C-plus in 2009 to a C in 2010, which advocates say needs improvement.

Delmarva Now (Tue 14 Jun, 2011)
COASTAL BAYS Check out the report card on bay health
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The Maryland Coastal Bays Program will unveil the 2010 water quality grade for the bays behind Ocean City and Assateague at the Coastal Bays 15-year anniversary celebration this Friday, June 17, at Fager's Island beginning at 4:30 p.m.

Charles Darwin University Newsroom (Fri 10 Jun, 2011)
CDU plays host to harbour studies expert
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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One of the world's leading experts on integrated harbour studies was in Darwin last week as a guest of Charles Darwin University (CDU) and the North Australian Marine Research Alliance (NAMRA).

The Baltimore Sun B'More Green Blog (Fri 10 Jun, 2011)
Fish kill again at Deep Creek Lake
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The state Department of the Environment says it's investigating a small fish kill discovered earlier this week at Deep Creek Lake, the popular western Maryland mountain resort area which experienced a large and prolonged fish die-off during last year's blistering summer.

Bay Journal (Wed 1 Jun, 2011)
Bay's health took a turn for the worse in 2010. Rainfall blamed for washing more nutrients, sediment into the Chesapeake
Staff quoted: UMCES
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The Chesapeake Bay's health declined in 2010, the first time in four years, according to an annual report card compiled by Bay scientists.

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