IAN in the Media

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The Washington Post (Fri 20 Jul, 2007)
Warming Poses Threats To Chesapeake, Group Says
Staff quoted: Dave Jasinski
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Climate change has already begun to alter the Chesapeake Bay, warming and raising its waters in a way that could unbalance delicate ecosystems and doom low-lying islands, according to a report released yesterday by the Chesapeake Bay Foundation.


Bay Journal (Fri 1 Jun, 2007)
Average dead zone predicted for this summer
Staff quoted: Dave Jasinski
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Scientists predict the Bay's oxygen-depleted "dead zone" will be almost exactly average in size this year.


Bay Journal (Wed 1 Nov, 2006)
Average isn't always normal when it come to yearly flows to Bay: Timing is everything when it comes to freshwater surges into Chesapeake Bay
Staff quoted: Bill Boicourt, Dave Jasinski
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When it comes to freshwater flows, it's been a roller-coaster year for the Chesapeake.


The Associated Press (Mon 2 Oct, 2006)
No evidence of "dead zone" in bay
Staff quoted: Dave Jasinski
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Scientists say a serious lack of oxygen last year in the Chesapeake Bay was less worrisome this year -- largely because of the weather.


The Annapolis Capital (Sun 1 Oct, 2006)
Bay's 'dead zone' better
Staff quoted: Dave Jasinski
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Last summer, headlines screamed about a massive oxygen-deprived "dead zone" in the Chesapeake Bay.


The Hampton Roads Daily Press (Fri 1 Sep, 2006)
Chesapeake Bay news is a breath of fresh air: The water's oxygen shortage diminished in August despite heavy June rains, scientists say.
Staff quoted: Dave Jasinski
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Environmental scientists had a bit of good news to report for August: The Chesapeake Bay's waters weren't as oxygen-starved as they were expected to be.


The Richmond Times Dispatch (Mon 21 Aug, 2006)
High oxygen found in Rappahannock: Scientists think river's levels will drop again because of pollution
Staff quoted: Dave Jasinski
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URBANNA -- As a spokesman for the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, Chuck Epes often speaks as an advocate for the troubled estuary.