IAN in the Media

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WTTG (Washington) Television (Fri 21 May, 2010)
O'Malley Releases Details On Oyster Plan
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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ANNAPOLIS, Md. - Gov. Martin O'Malley released new regulations on Friday that aim to revive Maryland's devastated oyster population by increasing sanctuaries and putting a greater emphasis on raising oysters instead of taking them straight from the wild.


WYPR (NPR) - Dan Rodricks Midday (Thu 20 May, 2010)
Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill (Audio)
Staff quoted: Don Boesch, Carys Mitchelmore
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We'll examine the lasting effects of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill and how relief crews might begin to clean it up, with Johns Hopkins University environmental engineering profession and oil pollution expert, Dr. Ed Bouwer. Also taking part in the conversation are Dr. Donald Boesch, President of the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science (UMCES) and Dr. Carys Mitchelmore from UMCES.


The Baltimore Sun B'More Green Blog (Wed 19 May, 2010)
US scientists urge action on climate change
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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As Congress inches closer to acting on climate-change legislation, a trio of new reports by a broad array of scientists and technical experts says the evidence that we're altering our climate is strong enough to warrant prompt action.


The Washington Post (Thu 6 May, 2010)
Planet Panel - Winds of change?
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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At this writing, crude oil is continuing to leak from the crumpled riser pipe lying on the seabed in 5,000 feet of water at the Deepwater Horizon drilling site in Mississippi Canyon Block 252. Technically a blowout from an 18,000-foot exploration well on the Macando Prospect, rather than a spill onto the sea surface, this incident underscores the associated risks, even in the exploration stage, much less during full-scale development (drilling of numerous production wells, production and transportation of oil and gas, and the onshore infrastructure required to support these activities).


WUSA (Washington) Television (Wed 5 May, 2010)
Attempt To Cap Oil Leak Is Complicated
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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ANNAPOLIS, Md. - When engineers in the Gulf of Mexico try later this week a dramatic method for trapping oil escaping from a sunken oil rig, the procedure will be watched with keen interest at the University of Maryland's Center for Environmental Science.


The Baltimore Sun (Sat 1 May, 2010)
Gulf oil spill threatens ecological devastation
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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The oil that began washing ashore Friday in Louisiana could devastate one of the richest coastal ecosystems in the country and cripple a major source of the nation's seafood, a top Maryland scientist warns.


The Washington Post (Thu 29 Apr, 2010)
Planet Panel - For Earth's sake, energy next
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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My expertise extends neither to immigration or politics, but as an environmental scientist, I have to say that we are burning up precious time as well as excessive carbon as a result of the political jockeying in Congress. Hopefully, breaking the impasse that prevented even debate on the financial overhaul bill will now allow the Congress next to deliberate and pass comprehensive energy legislation that is crafted to dramatically reduce U.S. greenhouse gas emissions over the next four decades.


The Easton Star Democrat (Mon 12 Apr, 2010)
Kratovil observes oyster work: Project gives watermen work, helps oysters spawn
Staff quoted: Don Boesch, Mutt Meritt
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CAMBRIDGE U.S. Rep. Frank Kratovil, D-Md.-1st, was on Choptank River on Friday observing local watermen cleaning oysters from the river bottom in an effort to revive the local oyster population.


The Salisbury Daily Times (Sat 10 Apr, 2010)
Watermen assist with oyster rehab
Staff quoted: Don Boesch, Mutt Meritt
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CAMBRIDGE -- During the next week, watermen will drop their 200-pound metal dredges into the Choptank River, lifting dozens of oyster shells from the floor of the chilly waters.


Capital News Service (Sat 10 Apr, 2010)
Kratovil joins watermen in oyster restoration
Staff quoted: Don Boesch, Mutt Meritt
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CAMBRIDGE - Rep. Frank Kratovil is diving into a key issue in his district, hoping to learn more about Chesapeake Bay oysters and efforts to save them.



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