IAN in the Media

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The Baltimore Sun (Wed 6 Nov, 2013)
Cleaner air helps Chesapeake Bay: Study finds reduced power plant, vehicle emissions ease nitrogen pollution in streams
Staff quoted: Keith Eshleman, Don Boesch
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Reducing air pollution has given an unexpectedly big boost to long-running efforts to clean up the Chesapeake Bay, a new study finds.


E! Science News (Wed 6 Nov, 2013)
Clean Air Act has led to improved water quality in the Chesapeake Bay watershed
Staff quoted: Don Boesch, Keith Eshleman, Robert Sabo, Katie Klein
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A new study shows that the reduction of pollution emissions from power plants in the mid-Atlantic is making an impact on the quality of the water that ends up in the Chesapeake Bay. The study by scientists at the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science confirms that as the amount of emissions of nitrogen oxide from coal-fired power plants declined in response to the Clean Air Act, the amount of nitrogen pollution found in the waterways of forested areas in Pennsylvania, Maryland and Virginia fell as well. "When we set out to reduce nitrogen pollution to the Chesapeake Bay, deposition of nitrogen resulting from air pollution on the watershed was considered uncontrollable," said Donald Boesch, president of the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science. "This study shows that improvements in air quality provided benefits to water quality that we were not counting on."


Science Codex (Wed 6 Nov, 2013)
Clean Air Act has led to improved water quality in the Chesapeake Bay watershed
Staff quoted: Don Boesch, Keith Eshleman
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FROSTBURG, MD (November 6, 2013) – A new study shows that the reduction of pollution emissions from power plants in the mid-Atlantic is making an impact on the quality of the water that ends up in the Chesapeake Bay. The study by scientists at the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science confirms that as the amount of emissions of nitrogen oxide from coal-fired power plants declined in response to the Clean Air Act, the amount of nitrogen pollution found in the waterways of forested areas in Pennsylvania, Maryland and Virginia fell as well.


Science Daily (Wed 6 Nov, 2013)
Clean Air Act Has Led to Improved Water Quality in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed
Staff quoted: Don Boesch, Keith Eshleman, Robert Sabo, Katie Klein
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A new study shows that the reduction of pollution emissions from power plants in the mid-Atlantic is making an impact on the quality of the water that ends up in the Chesapeake Bay. The study by scientists at the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science confirms that as the amount of emissions of nitrogen oxide from coal-fired power plants declined in response to the Clean Air Act, the amount of nitrogen pollution found in the waterways of forested areas in Pennsylvania, Maryland and Virginia fell as well.


Physorg (Wed 6 Nov, 2013)
Clean Air Act has led to improved water quality in the Chesapeake Bay watershed
Staff quoted: Don Boesch, Keith Eshleman
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A new study shows that the reduction of pollution emissions from power plants in the mid-Atlantic is making an impact on the quality of the water that ends up in the Chesapeake Bay. The study by scientists at the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science confirms that as the amount of emissions of nitrogen oxide from coal-fired power plants declined in response to the Clean Air Act, the amount of nitrogen pollution found in the waterways of forested areas in Pennsylvania, Maryland and Virginia fell as well.


AZoCleantech (Tue 5 Nov, 2013)
Clean Air Act Also Reduces Nitrogen Pollution to the Chesapeake Bay
Staff quoted: Don Boesch, Keith Eshleman, Robert Sabo, Katie Klein
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A new study shows that the reduction of pollution emissions from power plants in the mid-Atlantic is making an impact on the quality of the water that ends up in the Chesapeake Bay. The study by scientists at the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science confirms that as the amount of emissions of nitrogen oxide from coal-fired power plants declined in response to the Clean Air Act, the amount of nitrogen pollution found in the waterways of forested areas in Pennsylvania, Maryland and Virginia fell as well.


WYPR (NPR) - Maryland Morning Radio Program (Wed 16 Oct, 2013)
Bringing Back Oysters To Chesapeake Bay
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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The Chesapeake Bay once teemed with oysters, along with eager oystermen ready to harvest them. Now, it's estimated that the bay holds only 1-percent of the number of oysters it once did. Efforts to restore the ailing oyster population span decades.


My Eastern Shore (Mon 7 Oct, 2013)
Conference highlights need for environmental planning
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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EASTON — Experts from across the Eastern Shore met in Easton Thursday, Oct. 3 to discuss the region's unique geography and uncover potential solutions to impacts from environmental phenomena, from erosion to climate change.


The Star Democrat (Sun 6 Oct, 2013)
State officials: Seas will rise
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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EASTON — Whether you believe in global warming or not, the state of Maryland does.


My Eastern Shore (Fri 4 Oct, 2013)
Shore's resilience, need for planning highlighted
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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EASTON — Experts from across the Eastern Shore met in Easton Thursday, Oct. 3 to discuss the region's unique geography and uncover potential solutions to impacts from environmental phenomena, from erosion to climate change.



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