IAN in the Media

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The Star Democrat (Sat 12 Sep, 2009)
Hurricane Irene purges Chesapeake's dead zones
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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WASHINGTON Hurricane Irene's high winds breathed a little life into the polluted Chesapeake Bay, bringing some short-term relief to wildlife by temporarily eliminating the estuary's vast dead zone, according to the Maryland Department of Natural Resources.


Southern Maryland News (Fri 14 Aug, 2009)
Bay advocates to feds: Now it's your move - EPA to outline plans to clean up Chesapeake next month
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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ANNAPOLIS — The federal government must use its bully pulpit to reverse pollution that has stymied state efforts to clean up the Chesapeake Bay, according to advocates and scientists who spoke at a town hall meeting Tuesday.


The Baltimore Sun B'More Green Blog (Mon 10 Aug, 2009)
Sound off on saving the bay
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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As if it isn't hot enough already, environmentalists want to turn the heat up on federal officials to be bold in trying to jump-start the hit-or-miss restoration of the Chesapeake Bay. Green groups have scheduled a "town hall" style meeting Tuesday night in Annapolis to push for enforceable limits on pollution and tough consequences if cleanup goals aren't met.


Tehran Times (Thu 30 Jul, 2009)
Gulf of Mexico 'dead zone' is smaller than expected
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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The so-called dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico, where oxygen levels drop too low to support most life near the ocean's bottom, is smaller this year than expected, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said today.


The Sarasota Herald Tribune (Tue 28 Jul, 2009)
Pollution still feeding Gulf dead zone: Nutrients' effects are reduced this year, but scientists remain wary
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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The vast oxygen-starved dead zone in the northern Gulf of Mexico shrunk by more than half its typical size this year, but scientists see nothing to celebrate.


Reuters (Mon 27 Jul, 2009)
U.S. "dead zone" smaller but more severe: NOAA
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The "dead zone" in the Gulf of Mexico, an area choked by low oxygen levels that threatens marine life, is smaller than expected this year but more deadly, the government said on Monday.


Bloomberg Business Wire (Mon 27 Jul, 2009)
Gulf of Mexico 'Dead Zone' Is Smaller Than Expected
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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The so-called dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico, where oxygen levels drop too low to support most life near the ocean's bottom, is smaller this year than expected, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said today.


Southern Maryland News (Wed 22 Jul, 2009)
Testimony warns about effects of rising sea levels
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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The U.S. House Representatives Committee on Natural Resources heard testimony recently about how climate change will affect the rising sea levels, inhabitants and communities on the Chesapeake Bay.


The Baton Rouge (LA) Advocate (Fri 17 Jul, 2009)
Official: Coastal talks incomplete
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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As scientists from around the country met Thursday to discuss specific coastal restoration projects, one scientist cautioned the group that there are "big picture" items that are still missing from that discussion.


Bay Journal (Wed 1 Jul, 2009)
Congress told about impact of global warming on Bay, coastal communities: Effects of sea level rise on tourism, and rising temperatures on fisheries only part of the testimony
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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The small Bayside town of North Beach on Maryland's lower Western Shore was founded in 1910 and its economy has been built around the beach for which it is named.



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