IAN in the Media

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MES Wave (Thu 1 Aug, 2013)
Brazilian Environmental Officials Visit MES to Learn About Chesapeake Bay Restoration Goals in Advance of World Cup and Olympics
Staff quoted: Dave Nemazie
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Brazilian environmental officials from the State of Rio de Janeiro spent this past Tuesday morning at Maryland Environmental Service headquarters as part of a three-day study tour of the State of Maryland. The visit, organized by the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science (UMCES) in partnership with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) and Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR), was designed to share information about how Maryland is working towards its Chesapeake Bay restoration goals.


Capital Gazette (Fri 19 Jul, 2013)
University of Maryland center wants to buy Annapolis' old rec center
Staff quoted: Erica Kropp, Dave Nemazie
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The University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science wants to buy the old recreation center near Annapolis' City Dock.


Outdoors Delmarva (Sat 8 Jun, 2013)
Outdoors Delmarva Episode 136
Staff quoted: Dave Nemazie
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We go bowfishing for sting rays on the Choptank River.


WBOC (Salisbury) Television (Mon 2 Jul, 2012)
Jellyfish Spotted Earlier Than Usual
Staff quoted: Dave Nemazie
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CAMBRIDGE, Md. - Whether you are out in the Chesapeake Bay or you are cooling off in the Choptank River, you are likely to come across jellyfish, earlier than usual.


The Marc Steiner Show (Thu 21 Oct, 2010)
The Health of the Chesapeake Bay
Staff quoted: Dave Nemazie, Jamie Pierson
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Join us for another episode of On Delmarva, our new series focusing on life on the Peninsula. This week we'll bring you two different perspectives on the Chesapeake Bay. Dave Nemazie is the Associate Vice President for External Affairs at the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, and he's been closely following the health of the bay, from both a scientific and policy point of view, for years. He joins us to take a look at the big questions facing the Bay, from what we can do to prevent runoff from polluting the water, to how we're going to ensure the economic health of the communities who depend on the Bay. Then, we look at some of the smallest inhabitants of the Bay with Dr. Jamie Pierson. He is an Assistant Research Professor at the University of Maryland's Horn Point Lab, and his work focuses on plankton, some of the smallest, and perhaps most important, inhabitants of the bay. Finally, On Delmarva correspondent Tom Horton tells us about life on the edges of Delmarva - along the riverbanks and coastlines that are home to so many living creatures.


WBOC (Salisbury) Television (Tue 17 Aug, 2010)
New Oyster Facility at UMCES
Staff quoted: Dave Nemazie
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CAMBRIDGE, Md.- A new facility was dedicated over the weekend at the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science.


WBOC (Salisbury) Television (Tue 6 Jul, 2010)
Report Released on Oyster Disease
Staff quoted: Dave Nemazie
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CAMBRIDGE, Md.- A new report released by the Chesapeake Bay Foundation shows oysters in the Chesapeake Bay are becoming more resistant to diseases, which are to blame for their decrease in population.


The Salisbury Daily Times (Fri 22 Jan, 2010)
Briefs: WET to hold annual banquet
Staff quoted: Dave Nemazie
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SALISBURY -- The Wicomico Environmental Trust will hold its annual banquet on Thursday in the Wicomico Room at Salisbury University.


NPR's Morning Edition (Mon 9 Nov, 2009)
Researchers Get Dirty To Clean Up Chesapeake
Staff quoted: Walt Boynton, Kristin Politano, Dave Nemazie
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America's largest estuary, the Chesapeake Bay, remains polluted and sick despite decades of clean-up efforts that cost billions of dollars. Now the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is working on a new plan to try yet again to save the bay. A draft of the plan is due out this week.


WBOC (Salisbury) Television (Thu 7 May, 2009)
Shortage of Pickers Could Help Crab Population (Video)
Staff quoted: Dave Nemazie
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CHURCH CREEK, Md. - Some watermen and scientists say there are boatloads of crabs in the Cheaspeake Bay. But right now many crab houses don't have workers to pick those crabs.



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