IAN in the Media

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Capital News Service (Thu 19 Mar, 2009)
Report: Bay Health 'Severely Degraded'
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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WASHINGTON - The Chesapeake Bay's water quality remains poor and its fish populations threatened even though pollution from nitrogen and phosphorous improved last year, according to a report released Thursday.


The Baltimore Sun (Wed 11 Mar, 2009)
Teacher bound for space: Former Md. man joining shuttle crew for Wednesday night's launch
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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As a kid growing up in Bowie, Richard Arnold's heroes included Orioles' third baseman Brooks Robinson, undersea explorer Jacques Cousteau and the Apollo astronauts who landed on the moon.


WTTG (Washington) Television (Tue 10 Mar, 2009)
Local Astronaut to Space (Video)
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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BOWIE, Md. - When the shuttle returns to space this week, the hearts of Bowie, Maryland will be along for the ride. That's because astronaut Ricky Arnold will be on board. His father served on the Bowie Town Council and owned a local gas station.


Bay Journal (Thu 1 Jan, 2009)
Scientists, policy leaders unite, argue for more aggressive cleanup: Citing lack of progress, group calls voluntary, collaborative effort 'fatally flawed.'
Staff quoted: Walt Boynton, Bill Dennison, Tom Fisher
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A diverse group of Bay scientists, former policy leaders, authors and others issued a joint statement in December calling for more aggressive-and enforceable-actions to clean up the Chesapeake.


Bay Weekly (Thu 11 Dec, 2008)
Scientists in Wonderland: Now everybody knows the Chesapeake has a problem
Staff quoted: Walt Boynton, Bill Dennison
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The headline was laughable. "Experts — Chesapeake Bay Program Has Failed."


The Baltimore Sun (Tue 9 Dec, 2008)
Group calls for better bay restoration effort
Staff quoted: Walt Boynton, Bill Dennison
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A group of Chesapeake Bay scientists and advocates called today for new, more aggressive efforts to restore the bay, saying the current approach has not worked and the troubled estuary is declining, not improving.


The Baltimore Sun - Bay and Environment Blog (Tue 9 Dec, 2008)
The bay cleanup's rocky silver anniversary
Staff quoted: UMCES
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Some things apparently don't get better with age. On the eve of the 25th anniversary of the launch of the Chesapeake Bay restoration effort, a group of scientists, "policy wonks" and activists warned that the bay is getting worse, not better, and needs a new, more aggressive commitment to cleaning it up. I wrote a story about it in The Baltimore Sun.


The Annapolis Capital (Tue 9 Dec, 2008)
Editorial: Experts call for action on bay - is anyone listening? Sometimes the most important thing is not what gets said but who says it.
Staff quoted: Walt Boynton, Bill Dennison
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At this point it surprises no one to declare that, "after 25 years of effort, the formal (Chesapeake) Bay Program and the restoration efforts under the voluntary, collaborative approach currently in place have not worked. … (In) the face of significant population growth and expanding development, these efforts have been insufficient and are failing. Water quality is declining or not improving in much of the bay and its rivers, and living resources continue to decline."


WTOP Radio News (Mon 8 Dec, 2008)
Experts: Chesapeake Bay program has failed
Staff quoted: Walt Boynton, Bill Dennison
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ANNAPOLIS, Md. - The current program to clean up the polluted Chesapeake Bay has failed, according to top scientists, policy makers and environmentalists.


Bay Journal (Mon 1 Dec, 2008)
Anoxia in Bay this summer better than expected; clarity worsens
Staff quoted: UMCES
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Scientists say this summer was a mixed bag for the Chesapeake Bay, with dissolved oxygen levels turning out to be slightly better than expected while large areas continue to be plagued with worsening water clarity.



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