IAN in the Media

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The Carroll County Times (Wed 14 Oct, 2015)
Chesapeake waters are warming, study finds, posing challenges to healing bay
Staff quoted: Andrew Elmore, Don Boesch, Lora Harris,
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The Chesapeake Bay's waters are warming, in some places more rapidly than the region's air temperatures, researchers from the University of Maryland say. If unchecked, scientists say, the trend could complicate costly, long-running efforts to restore the ailing estuary, worsen fish-suffocating dead zones and alter the food web on which the bay's fish and crabs depend.


My Eastern Shore MD (Wed 7 Oct, 2015)
UMCES: 90 years of furthering knowledge of the Bay
Staff quoted: Don Boesch, Michael Roman, Bill Boicourt, Court Stevenson
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CAMBRIDGE — The University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science is celebrating 90 years of scientific discovery, research, and the sharing of information on the Chesapeake Bay as many around the watershed work toward its restoration.


Cumberland Times-News (Sun 4 Oct, 2015)
Appalachian Laboratory's Watershed Moments series will debut on Oct. 7
Staff quoted: Don Boesch, John Hoogland
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FROSTBURG — The Appalachian Laboratory, part of the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, will launch its Watershed Moments Community Lear-ning Series Oct. 7


UDaily (Fri 2 Oct, 2015)
Second annual UD water symposium focuses on science, policy
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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1:15 p.m., Oct. 2, 2015--University of Delaware students and faculty, as well as professionals from industry, government and non-profit organizations, gathered in the Townsend Hall Commons on Friday, Sept. 25, as part of the second annual Water Science and Policy Symposium.


Baltimore Fishbowl (Thu 1 Oct, 2015)
Md. Climate Scientist: "Baltimore Summers Will be Long and Intolerable"
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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Md. northern hardwood trees will likely disappear and pines will become more abundant.


The Star Democrat (Sun 27 Sep, 2015)
UMCES: 90 years of furthering knowledge of the Bay
Staff quoted: Don Boesch, Court Stevenson, Mike Roman, Bill Boicourt,
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CAMBRIDGE — The University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science is celebrating 90 years of scientific discovery, research, and the sharing of information on the Chesapeake Bay as many around the watershed work toward its restoration.


Capital Gazette (Fri 18 Sep, 2015)
Global Warming
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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Bill Biggs' letter again denying global warming (The Capital, Aug. 27) states, "Let's hope differing views will always have a place in this newspaper." I agree, but as Daniel Patrick Moynihan said, "You are entitled to your opinion. But you are not entitled to your own facts."


Weather Underground (Fri 11 Sep, 2015)
Minor Flooding Forecast For Months To Come on Both Coasts
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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The low-level flooding that has plagued coastal areas across the country this year likely won't be coming to an end anytime soon. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration analyzed 27 coastal areas and reported that 10 of them are expected to see a 33 to 125 percent increase in small flood days.


WVVA (Thu 10 Sep, 2015)
More coastal nuisance flooding forecast for coming months
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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WASHINGTON (AP) - Federal scientists said Wednesday they expect nuisance flooding to increase in many places along the nation's coasts in coming months.


Sci-Tech Today (Thu 10 Sep, 2015)
More Coastal Nuisance Flooding Forecast for Coming Months
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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Federal scientists said Wednesday they expect nuisance flooding to increase in many places along the nation's coasts in coming months. A combination of sea level rise from human caused global warming and the giant El Nino will likely combine to increase the type of minor street flooding that causes much inconvenience but no major damage, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.



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