IAN in the Media

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The Easton Star Democrat (Wed 23 Feb, 2011)
Honeywell recognized for supporting science camp
Staff quoted: Mike Roman
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CAMBRIDGE - The generosity and commitment of Honeywell Hometown Solutions was recognized Feb. 16 by the Maryland State Advisory Council on Gifted and Talent Education for supporting a local environmental studies summer science camp that was in danger of closing last year due to lack of state funding.


The Easton Star Democrat (Sun 20 Feb, 2011)
BP oil spill topic of lunch Feb. 26 in Easton
Staff quoted: Mike Roman
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EASTON - Amy Haines, owner of Out of the Fire, and Mike Roman, director of the Horn Point Laboratory, are joining forces Saturday, Feb. 26, for an "Out of the Fire Into the Gulf of Mexico" lunch and environmental talk.


National Geographic News (Mon 25 Oct, 2010)
Did Gulf Spill Boost "Dead Zone"?
Staff quoted: Mike Roman, Jamie Pierson
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Microbes consuming oil from the Gulf of Mexico's BP spill deplete oxygen levels when they die, raising the threat of an expanded "dead zone," which endangers some marine life. Now scientists are using years of dead-zone data to determine whether the dangerous region grew after the spill.


The Easton Star Democrat (Fri 15 Oct, 2010)
A vote for Don Pedro
Staff quoted: Mike Roman, Liz Freedlander
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CAMBRIDGE - Although there was a chill in the air and the threat of rain, more than 60 staff members of the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science Horn Point Laboratory and their families cheerfully welcomed back the Don Pedro duPont rams to their brick pillars a "Welcome Home Rams" celebration Friday, Oct. 1.


The Easton Star Democrat (Tue 5 Oct, 2010)
Ram statues welcomed home
Staff quoted: Mike Roman, Liz Freedlander
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CAMBRIDGE - Although there was a chill in the air and the clouds threatened rain, more than 60 staff members of the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science Horn Point Laboratory and their families cheerfully welcomed back the Don Pedro du Pont rams to their brick pillars at Friday afternoon's "Welcome Home Rams" celebration.


The Easton Star Democrat (Thu 30 Sep, 2010)
New rams to be unveiled Friday at Horn Point Lab
Staff quoted: Mike Roman
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CAMBRIDGE - For the last year, faculty, staff and visitors traveling down the long tree-lined driveway at the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science-Horn Point Laboratory in Cambridge passed two empty brick pillars once occupied by two historic ram statues.


The Easton Star Democrat (Mon 30 Aug, 2010)
Scientists to begin Gulf mission
Staff quoted: Mike Roman, Bill Boicourt, Jamie Pierson
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CAMBRIDGE - After several months of planning, three scientists from Horn Point Laboratory in Cambridge finally will begin their long-awaited research cruise to the Gulf of Mexico to study the effect of the oil spill caused by the explosion of the BP-leased Deepwater Horizon rig in April on animal and plant communities in the northern Gulf.


The Easton Star Democrat (Mon 16 Aug, 2010)
Oyster facility dedicated
Staff quoted: Don Boesch, Mike Roman, Mutt Meritt
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CAMBRIDGE - An $11 million oyster setting facility, expected to produce 2 billion spat a year, was dedicated Sunday at the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science Horn Point Laboratory by state and federal officials including Gov. Martin O'Malley and former Gov. Harry Hughes.


New Scientist (Wed 21 Jul, 2010)
Gulf of Mexico becomes an accidental laboratory
Staff quoted: Mike Roman
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Up to 700 million litres of oil, plus nearly 7 million litres of dispersant chemicals, all threaten some of the most important marine and coastal habitats of the US. When the leak from the Deepwater Horizon well stopped - for now, at least (see "Oil spill memory will fade fast") - on 15 July, it was time to take stock of a grim scene.


The Worcester County Times (Thu 1 Jul, 2010)
Shell recycling pushed in OC
Staff quoted: Mike Roman
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OCEAN CITY -- Harrison's Harborwatch Restaurant in Ocean City serves oysters plucked from the waters off Deal Island and the Delaware Bay.



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