IAN in the Media

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The Baltimore Sun (Mon 14 Jul, 2008)
Saving the shoreline, one parcel at a time: A conservation group is targeting miles of undeveloped land along the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries for preservation
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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Thousands of acres along the shore of the Chesapeake Bay and five of its largest tributaries in Maryland have been targeted by a national land conservation group as part of a long-term plan to buy individual parcels and turn them into one of the nation's largest systems of open spaces, public parks and water-access points.


Bay Journal (Tue 1 Jul, 2008)
Ecological report cards getting good marks for attracting public's attention: Researchers are working to establish consistency in collecting and interpreting data
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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Most kids with a bad grade on their report card are happy to avoid notice. But when rivers in the Chesapeake Bay region fail to make the grade, they often become front page news-and river advocates couldn't be happier.


Bay Journal (Tue 1 Jul, 2008)
Scientists predict widespread low-oxygen conditions in Bay's mainstem
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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It's likely to be another summer of poor Bay water quality, according to the prediction by a team of scientists, who expect widespread low-oxygen conditions in the Bay's mainstem.


WBFF (Baltimore) Television (Thu 26 Jun, 2008)
Polluted Rivers (Video)
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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Pollution in the Chesapeake Bay is a big problem, according to scientists who study it. They say some areas are so bad, that no sea life can live there. Now, they're taking a closer look at the rivers that run to the bay and measuring the water quality.


WJZ (Baltimore) Television (Sun 22 Jun, 2008)
This Summer Could Lead To More Dead Fish In Harbor
Staff quoted: Don Boesch, Bill Dennison
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BALTIMORE (WJZ) ― A gloomy summer ahead for the aqua life that lives in the Chesapeake Bay. A new forecast just out shows the lowest oxygen levels and highest number of pollutants in the bay since 1985. Weijia Jiang reports it's a mix that is sure to kill.


The Annapolis Capital (Sat 21 Jun, 2008)
Editorial: Dead Again
Staff quoted: UMCES
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DEAD AGAIN - Once again, it's going to be a great summer on the Chesapeake Bay - if you happen to be algae. It won't be so great for the bay's other living things.


The Baltimore Sun (Thu 19 Jun, 2008)
Bad times forecast for bay and rivers
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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The Chesapeake Bay and its rivers are expected to be in poor shape once again this summer, according to a forecast by University of Maryland scientists.


The Richmond Times Dispatch (Thu 19 Jun, 2008)
Bad summer forecast for bay - Report: Nitrogen levels up because of 2008's heavy rains Heavy rain has washed lots of nitrogen into the Chesapeake, a report says
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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A new report sounds more bad news for the Chesapeake Bay and the people who work and play on its waters.


The Annapolis Capital (Wed 18 Jun, 2008)
Forecast: Bay health will be poor this summer - 'Dead zone' will stretch from Bay Bridge to Calvert
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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The summer forecast for the health of the Chesapeake Bay is in and it's not good.


WTOP Radio News (Wed 18 Jun, 2008)
Polluted Chesapeake to hurt crab, oyster seasons
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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ANNAPOLIS, Md. - Seafood lovers beware: a troubling report on the Chesapeake Bay may put a damper on your summertime dinner plans.



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