IAN in the Media

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The Washington Examiner (Fri 10 Jan, 2014)
Lawmakers spar over seismic testing for Atlantic Ocean drilling
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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A long-awaited final federal study on the environmental impact of using seismic guns to search for oil and gas deposits off the Atlantic coast is due at the end of February, signaling future battles between Republicans and Democrats regarding offshore drilling.


WYPR (NPR) Radio (Wed 18 Dec, 2013)
Global Warming Reduces Freezing of Bay and Rivers
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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It may be hard to believe in this era of climate change, but the Chesapeake Bay used to freeze over in the winter with some regularity. A Smith Island boat captain recalls what it was like the last time his home was completely surrounded by ice: In the harsh winter of 1976-1977.


Bay Journal (Tue 17 Dec, 2013)
From Annapolis to Rio: A bay-to-bay visit: Maryland delegation works with Rio officials to help clean up Guanabara Bay, in time for World Cup and Olympics
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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Earlier this month, Gov. Martin O'Malley led a group of 80 Marylanders — businesspeople, environmental leaders and engineers — on a week-long tour of Brazil. They made stops in Rio De Janiero and Sao Paolo, and had some free time to check out Rio's famous Copacabana.


WWLTV (Louisiana) (Thu 14 Nov, 2013)
Feds struggle to get smaller oil companies, contractors to follow new offshore safety rules
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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NEW ORLEANS – In spite of a new industry focus on safety since the 2010 Deepwater Horizon rig explosion and oil spill, nearly 20 smaller oil companies continue to score poorly on safety inspections and have had their offshore platforms placed on a special watch list, according to data WWL-TV fought for months to get from the federal government.


The Baltimore Sun B'More Green Blog (Tue 12 Nov, 2013)
Study: Ground-water "lag" may delay Bay cleanup
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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The Chesapeake Bay's cleanup may be delayed "several decades" by the slow pace at which farm pollution is being flushed from ground water on the Delmarva Peninsula, a new study says.


The Baltimore Sun B'More Green Blog (Wed 6 Nov, 2013)
Cleaner air helps Chesapeake Bay: Reducing air pollution has given an unexpectedly big boost to long-running efforts to clean up the Chesapeake Bay, a new study finds.
Staff quoted: Don Boesch, Keith Eshleman
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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.


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.



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