IAN in the Media

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NPR (Wed 14 Oct, 2015)
Mississippi River Basin Gets A Grade Of D+
Staff quoted: Heath Kelsey
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The Mississippi River basin has gotten a report card from a group that monitors watershed health and economic impact — and the grade is D+.


The Diamondback (Wed 14 Oct, 2015)
Chesapeake Bay health improves, Center for Environmental Science says
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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The Chesapeake Bay earned its highest health score since 2002 last year, according to data from the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, but researchers still gave the body of water a C in its latest evaluation.


WAMU (NPR) News (Wed 14 Oct, 2015)
Mississippi River Basin Gets A Grade Of D+
Staff quoted: Heath Kelsey
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The Mississippi River basin has gotten a report card from a group that monitors watershed health and economic impact — and the grade is D+.


ABC News (Wed 14 Oct, 2015)
'Report Card' Gives Mississippi River Basin a D+
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A report card is out on the Mississippi River basin, and the grade is not good: a D+, with an aging transportation infrastructure topping the list of concerns.


News Tribune (Missouri) (Wed 14 Oct, 2015)
'Report card' gives Mississippi River basin a D+
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ST. LOUIS (AP) — A report card is out on the Mississippi River basin, and the grade is not good: a D+, with an aging transportation infrastructure topping the list of concerns.


WFDD (NPR) (Wed 14 Oct, 2015)
Mississippi River Basin Gets A Grade Of D+
Staff quoted: Heath Kelsey
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The Mississippi River basin has gotten a report card from a group that monitors watershed health and economic impact — and the grade is D+.


The Denver Post (Wed 14 Oct, 2015)
'Report card' gives Mississippi River basin a D+
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ST. LOUIS (AP) — A report card is out on the Mississippi River basin, and the grade is not good: a D+, with an aging transportation infrastructure topping the list of concerns.


St. Louis Post Dispatch (Tue 13 Oct, 2015)
Mississippi River 'report card' gives watershed a D+
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A consortium of environmentalists, academics and business groups says the Mississippi River watershed needs major action to fix infrastructure, cut flood risk and limit environmental damage.


Long Island Press (Thu 8 Oct, 2015)
Long Island Sound Sicker and Healthier Than We Think, Study Reveals
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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This summer an important environmental study of Long Island Sound came out that could—and should—play a vital role in its preservation and provide a model for protecting other estuaries around the world. The findings surprised even the scientists working on the research, myself included. They underscore the remarkable opportunities and challenges affecting the Sound.


Baltimore Fishbowl (Thu 1 Oct, 2015)
Md. Climate Scientist: "Baltimore Summers Will be Long and Intolerable"
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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Md. northern hardwood trees will likely disappear and pines will become more abundant.



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