IAN in the Media

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Bay Journal (Mon 5 May, 2014)
Cardin holds Conowingo hearing - Army Corps, Fish and Wildlife officials testify about sediment, fish passage as dam seeks relicensing
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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The U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works; Subcommittee on Water and Wildlife held a hearing today at Conowingo Dam to gather information pertinent to relicensing the hydro-electric dam, which spans the Susquehanna River ten miles upstream from Chesapeake Bay, near the town of Darlington.


CBS Baltimore (Tue 29 Apr, 2014)
Cause Of Floating Dead Fish In Maryland Waters Remains A Mystery
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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BALTIMORE (WJZ)—As quickly as it started, a fish kill in Baltimore's Inner Harbor appears to be easing.


Citizen Shale (Sun 27 Apr, 2014)
Researchers to Speak at FSU Tuesday night
Staff quoted: Keith Eshleman, Andrew Elmore, Don Boesch
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What: Presentation on the Recommended Best Management Practices for Marcellus Shale Gas Development in Maryland; Q & A to follow.


The Baltimore Sun (Thu 24 Apr, 2014)
Thomas dead-wrong on climate [Letter]
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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Cal Thomas' column on "Chicken Little science" (April 19) on baltimoresun.com contains so much inaccurate deception that it's hard to know where to start.


The Cumberland Times-News (Sun 13 Apr, 2014)
Appalachian Lab scientists split university system's highest award - First time two of center's faculty members have been honored in same year
Staff quoted: Keith Eshleman, Andrew Elmore, Don Boesch
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FROSTBURG — The University System of Maryland Board of Regents has selected two faculty members from the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science — Keith Eshleman and Andrew Elmore­ — to receive the 2014 USM Regents' Faculty Award, the highest honor that the board bestows to recognize exemplary faculty achievement. It's the first time that two of the center's faculty members have been honored in the same year.


Bay Journal (Mon 31 Mar, 2014)
Local actions leading to better water quality in some watersheds: Wastewater upgrades, reduced air pollution, animal fencing achieving the greatest results.
Staff quoted: Don Boesch, Bill Dennison
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When one looks at the Bay as a whole, the picture is often grim. Water clarity is worsening, underwater grass beds are declining, and oxygen-starved dead zones aren't going away.


Capital Gazette (Sun 30 Mar, 2014)
My Time: Donald Boesch talks about sea levels at Severn River Association
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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There's no denying that global sea levels are on the rise worldwide and that the effects are much more pronounced in the Chesapeake Bay region. Sea levels already have risen a foot in Baltimore harbor and could rise close to another foot by 2020 — perhaps as much as seven feet by 2100.


The Star Democrat (Wed 12 Mar, 2014)
Budget amendment requires PMT economic impact study
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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ANNAPOLIS — An amendment to the Fiscal Year 2015 Maryland budget would delay the implementation of the Phosphorus Management Tool until an economic impact study is completed.


The Baltimore Sun (Mon 10 Mar, 2014)
Senators seek to stall pollution regulations: Rules to limit phosphorus in bay would be delayed
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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Key senators have put language in the state budget bill that would stall Maryland's efforts to limit one of the Chesapeake Bay's main pollutants, phosphorus.


My Eastern Shore (Thu 27 Feb, 2014)
Report shows local water quality efforts work
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison, Don Boesch
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EASTON — The Chesapeake Bay Program, a partnership that includes state and federal agencies and local organizations, released a report Tuesday, Feb. 25 that it says shows local waterway efforts to clean up the bay watershed are working.



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