IAN in the Media

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Delaware Beaches (Sat 28 Dec, 2013)
Underwater grass
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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This year found the bay's underwater grasses struggling to recover from three years of severe, weather-induced damage.


The Times of India (Sun 13 Oct, 2013)
Marine National Park to get its health card by December
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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GANDHINAGAR: Preparing a health card for an ecosystem may sound a strange concept. However, an exercise to make one for Gujarat's famous Marine National Park and Gulf of Kutch is currently underway.


Capital Gazette (Sun 29 Sep, 2013)
Chesapeake Bay restoration efforts: The long trail to modest results
Staff quoted: Don Boesch, Bill Dennison
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We begin in Washington.


Annapolis Green (Wed 24 Jul, 2013)
Bay Health Index 2012: A Moderate Improvement
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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Guest: William Dennison, PhD, Vice President for Science Applications and Professor, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science


Public News Service (Mon 8 Jul, 2013)
"C" is for Chesapeake
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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ANNAPOLIS, Md. - "C" is for Chesapeake. After a dismal "D-plus" rating for overall health in 2011, according to scientists, the Chesapeake Bay is getting cleaner and healthier, enough so to have earned a "C" grade for 2012.


Chesapeake Bay Program (Mon 8 Jul, 2013)
University of Maryland report card measures improvement in Chesapeake Bay health
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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Scientists at the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science (UMCES) have measured an improvement in Chesapeake Bay health, giving the estuary a "C" in its latest Chesapeake Bay Report Card.


The Star Democrat (Mon 8 Jul, 2013)
Bay health up as states progress on cleanup
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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EASTON — While one analysis conducted by the Chesapeake Bay Foundation and Choose Clean Water Coalition showed that all jurisdictions in the Chesapeake Bay region are currently making progress meeting pollution reduction goals, another assessment by the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science shows the health of the Chesapeake Bay improved to a C in 2012 from a D+ in 2011.


WTOP Radio News (Thu 4 Jul, 2013)
Chesapeake Bay health improving, earns C grade
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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WASHINGTON - Something's fishy in the Chesapeake Bay, and that's good news.


The Baltimore Sun (Wed 3 Jul, 2013)
Chesapeake Bay gets 'C' health grade - UM scientist leading annual bay checkup sees signs of progress
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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The Chesapeake Bay's health improved last year, University of Maryland scientists reported Wednesday, and the leader of the troubled estuary's annual checkup said he sees signs the cleanup effort is making progress.


CBS Baltimore (Wed 19 Jun, 2013)
Drier Weather Will Make For Smaller Dead Zone In The Bay This Summer
Staff quoted: Don Boesch, Bill Dennison
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BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Dead zones in the bay don't usually bring good news.



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