IAN in the Media

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Nature (Thu 23 Dec, 2010)
Commentary: Stand up for science
Staff quoted: Margaret Palmer, Don Boesch
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Back in 2001, I sat at the back of a classroom with Jane Lubchenco, co-founder of the Aldo Leopold Leadership Program, while scientists stepped forward to share their fears and failures concerning communicating with media and policy-makers. "I get a lot of calls from the press, and I don't return most of those calls," confessed Margaret Palmer, a restoration ecologist at the University of Maryland in College Park. A wave of sympathetic laughter rippled through the audience.


Nature (Sun 19 Dec, 2010)
Newsmaker of the year: In the eye of the storm
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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Jane Lubchenco smiles as a dolphin leaps out of the water, arcs in the air and splashes back down just a few metres away. The 63-year-old marine ecologist is out on a boat near Pascagoula, Mississippi, with a team of researchers studying how the recent oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico has affected dolphin communities there.


The Huffington Post (Mon 6 Dec, 2010)
A Holiday Season of Hope and Fear in the Oily Gulf
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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A cold northerly wind blew through the bayous of Louisiana last night, hastening the end of the worst shrimp season in memory. Only the small fry are left, and they too are on the move with their larger brethren, swimming out to sea to feed over the winter. They will wait for warmer temperatures of spring before they return to their spawning grounds of the marsh.


The New Orleans Times-Picayune (Fri 3 Dec, 2010)
U.S. unprepared for oil spill illness claims, panel says
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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WASHINGTON - The federal government did not adequately contend with claims of physical and mental illness in the aftermath of the Gulf oil disaster, the staff of the National Oil Spill Commission concluded in its report to the commission Friday.


The Baton Rouge (LA) Advocate (Fri 3 Dec, 2010)
BP challanges oil spill estimates
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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WASHINGTON – Only $40 million of $500 million set aside by BP for Gulf Coast scientists to study the environmental impact of the oil spill has been spent due to a squabble between the state and federal governments over how to use the money.


Southern Maryland News (Wed 1 Dec, 2010)
Bay research pilot retires
Staff quoted: Don Boesch, Bruce Cornwall, Mike Reusing, Walt Boynton
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The University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science honored Capt. Michael Reusing on Nov. 16 for his 44 years of service to the university and its research fleet based at the Chesapeake Biological Laboratory in Solomons. Reusing is retiring at the end of the month after decades of service to the Maryland and the Chesapeake Bay research community.


St. Mary's County Times (Wed 24 Nov, 2010)
Research Ship Captain Retires
Staff quoted: Bruce Cornwall, Mike Reusing, Don Boesch
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Michael Reusing, captain of several research vessels during his career with the Chesapeake Biological Laboratory in Solomons Island, is retiring after 44 years.


Southern Maryland News (Tue 23 Nov, 2010)
Bay models meet approval
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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The public comment period for the Environmental Protection Agency's Chesapeake Bay restoration models is up, and although the models were met with mixed reviews, the EPA remains hopeful with prominent scientists' support.


The Hampton Roads Daily Press (Fri 19 Nov, 2010)
VIMS, academics back bay science
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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Leaders at three institutions of higher learning, including the Virginia Institute of Marine Science, are defending the computer models used by federal regulators to create a Chesapeake Bay "pollution diet."


The Baltimore Sun (Wed 27 Oct, 2010)
Federal report faults farmers' Chesapeake Bay cleanup efforts
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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Seeming to contradict assertions by farmers that they're doing their share to protect the Chesapeake Bay, a new federal report finds major shortcomings in what crop growers are doing across the six-state region to keep from polluting the troubled estuary.



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