IAN in the Media

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Phys.org (Wed 25 Jul, 2012)
New milestone book documents changes in the south Florida marine ecosystem
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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If you live, vacation, boat, swim, snorkel, bird watch, or eat shellfish in south Florida, you are "connected" to the south Florida marine habitats. A new book, Tropical Connections: South Florida's marine environment, documents the dramatic changes in south Florida's marine ecosystem over the last few decades. Published by IAN Press, it is the culmination of an unprecedented effort to assemble a summary of the status and threats to south Florida marine habitats, a unique environment of the United States that is under severe pressure because of activities related to human development.


EurekAlert! (Wed 25 Jul, 2012)
New milestone book documents changes in the south Florida marine ecosystem - Tropical connections: South Florida's marine environment
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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CAMBRIDGE, MD (July 25, 2012)—If you live, vacation, boat, swim, snorkel, bird watch, or eat shellfish in south Florida, you are "connected" to the south Florida marine habitats. A new book, Tropical Connections: South Florida's marine environment, documents the dramatic changes in south Florida's marine ecosystem over the last few decades. Published by IAN Press, it is the culmination of an unprecedented effort to assemble a summary of the status and threats to south Florida marine habitats, a unique environment of the United States that is under severe pressure because of activities related to human development.


WBOC (Salisbury) Television (Wed 18 Jul, 2012)
Delmarva Drought Helps Clean the Bay
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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The recent drought Delmarva is experiencing is causing crops to die and farmers to struggle. But believe it or not, it is helping clean up the Chesapeake Bay. WBOC's Steve Fisher reports.


Delmarva Now (Fri 13 Jul, 2012)
Maryland Attorney General visits OC, coastal bays
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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OCEAN CITY -- Doug Gansler says Worcester County's coastal bays are often forgotten — but that's only because we have it pretty good out here.


Chesapeake Bay Journal (Sun 1 Jul, 2012)
Scientists predict moderate low-oxygen areas this summer
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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Oxygen levels in the Bay should recover from last year's dismal lows, according to scientists who expect oxygen conditions in the midrange of what's been observed over the last three decades.


LiveScience (Mon 21 May, 2012)
Seagrasses Store as Much Carbon as Forests
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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Seagrasses are a vital part of the solution to climate change and can store up to twice as much carbon as the world's temperate and tropical forests, new research indicates.


The Baltimore Sun (Thu 3 May, 2012)
Study: Pollution trading could trim bay cleanup costs - Billions of dollars in potential savings seen, critics warn of 'Pandora's box'
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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Steep projected costs for cleaning up the Chesapeake Bay could be trimmed by billions of dollars, a new study suggests, by allowing polluters to buy "credits" for less-expensive reductions made by others.


Bay Journal (Tue 1 May, 2012)
Storms bring down Bay's grade on report card
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison, Caroline Wicks
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The Chesapeake Bay brought home its worst report card ever this spring, thanks to a pair of storms that washed huge amounts of nitrogen, phosphorus and sediment into its mainstem.


Broadneck Patch (Thu 19 Apr, 2012)
Some Bay Rivers' Grades Climb Despite Low Chesapeake Score
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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The Chesapeake Bay's grade went down from a C minus to a D plus, the second-lowest it's been since 1986. But not everything is looking down.


WJZ-TV (Baltimore) (Wed 18 Apr, 2012)
Weather swings have left Chesapeake Bay in bad shape
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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Wild swings in the weather in 2011 have left the Chesapeake Bay in its worst shape in years.



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