IAN in the Media

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NPR (Thu 5 Jun, 2014)
Board: Oil Drilling Risks Remain From Device Woes
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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WASHINGTON (AP) — The key last-ditch safety device that failed to prevent the 2010 BP oil spill remains a potentially catastrophic problem today for some offshore drilling, according to a federal safety board investigation.


ABC News (Thu 5 Jun, 2014)
Board: Oil Drilling Risks Remain From Device Woes
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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The key last-ditch safety device that failed to prevent the 2010 BP oil spill remains a potentially catastrophic problem today for some offshore drilling, according to a federal safety board investigation.


Yahoo News (Thu 5 Jun, 2014)
Safety board faults key device in BP oil spill
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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WASHINGTON (AP) — A federal board investigation into the 2010 BP oil spill concludes that a last-ditch safety device on the underwater well had multiple failures, wasn't tested properly and still poses a risk for many rigs drilling today.


Yale Environment 360 (Thu 5 Jun, 2014)
How Weeds Could Help Feed Billions in a Warming World
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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Weeds that resemble knee-high grass grow in planter pots in a small room at a U.S. Department of Agriculture lab just outside Washington, D.C. Light, heat, and carbon dioxide reach the plants at steady levels. For more than a month, the weeds have sustained the same conditions expected to be earth's norm 35 years from now — carbon dioxide levels equivalent to an urban traffic jam, and temperatures tipping into the dangerous zone for the planet's health.


New Security Beat (Tue 3 Jun, 2014)
How Do We Bounce Back Better? 2015 a Critical Year for Global Resilience, Climate Efforts
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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According to NASA and a team of scientists from the University of California, significant portions of the West Antarctic ice sheet have begun an unstoppable slide towards oblivion, slowly melting in warmer-than-usual ocean currents that have been eating away at their bases.


The Star Democrat (Thu 22 May, 2014)
Horn Point researcher honored
Staff quoted: Jeff Cornwell, Don Boesch
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CAMBRIDGE — Jeffrey Cornwell, a professor at the Horn Point Laboratory who specializes in sediments, water quality and wetlands, was honored by the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science for his scientific work and research.


The Huffington Post (Tue 20 May, 2014)
History Under Water: Climate Change Imperils Historic, Cultural Sites
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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On a bright, unseasonably hot morning in early May, Susan Meredith pushed her kayak off the banks of the Little Blackwater River, a shallow, 15-mile tributary running through Dorchester County, on Maryland's Eastern Shore. The water, cool and dark, is almost perfectly still, broken only by the occasional leaping fish.


My Eastern Shore (Mon 12 May, 2014)
Panel discounts Conowingo Dam's impact on Bay health
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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DARLINGTON — Experts told Sen. Ben Cardin that rivers and streams in the watershed above the dam are responsible for about 80 percent of the sediment flowing into the Chesapeake Bay via the Susquehanna River.


UMD Right Now (Mon 12 May, 2014)
UMD and UMCES to Award Joint Degree in Marine and Environmental Science
Staff quoted: Cassie Gurbisz, Don Boesch, Ed Houde
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COLLEGE PARK, Md. – For the first time, the University of Maryland will award graduate degrees in marine and environmental sciences jointly with the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science (UMCES), one of a few academic institutions in the country with a singular focus on environmental science.


eWallstreeter (Mon 12 May, 2014)
UMD AND UMCES TO AWARD JOINT DEGREE IN MARINE AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
Staff quoted: Don Boesch, Ed Houde
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For the first time, the University of Maryland will award graduate degrees in marine and environmental sciences jointly with the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science.



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