IAN in the Media

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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.


Southern Maryland News (Wed 30 Jun, 2010)
Experts say oil from gulf spill unlikely to reach bay
Staff quoted: Mike Roman, Bill Boicourt, Jamie Pierson, Carys Mitchelmore
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Some preparations are being made to fight any oil that might make it into the Chesapeake Bay.


The Easton Star Democrat (Mon 28 Jun, 2010)
Man gets 30 days in du Pont rams case
Staff quoted: Mike Roman
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CAMBRIDGE - Noting his responsibility to deter others from criminal acts, Dorchester County Circuit Court Judge Brett Wilson handed down a sentence of 15 weekends at the Dorchester County Detention Center to the second man charged with the destruction of two ram statutes that for more than 60 years greeted employees and visitors at the entrance of what now is the University of Maryland's Center for Environmental Science here at Horn Point.


The Easton Star Democrat (Wed 16 Jun, 2010)
Obama names UMCES head to oil spill panel
Staff quoted: Don Boesch, Mike Roman, Bill Boicourt, Jamie Pierson
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WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama announced Monday five appointments to the National Commission on the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill and Offshore Drilling, including University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science President Donald F. Boesch.


WYPR (NPR) - Dan Rodricks Midday (Wed 16 Jun, 2010)
Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill
Staff quoted: Mike Roman
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Almost two months after the Gulf of Mexico oil spill disaster began, clean-up efforts and attempts to stop the leak continue. We're joined by two Maryland researchers who are working to help save Gulf wildlife and study the effects of the spill on aquatic species; Dr. Brent Whitaker from the National Aquarium in Baltimore and Dr. Michael Roman from the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science.


WTTG (Washington) Television (Wed 16 Jun, 2010)
Maryland Researchers Heading to Gulf Oil Spill
Staff quoted: Mike Roman
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CAMBRIDGE, Md. - Amid the tranquility of Maryland's Eastern Shore, they're hearing a call from a thousand miles away.


University or Maryland's News 21 (Mon 14 Jun, 2010)
Chesapeake Bay Swim Attracts Hundreds in Balmy Conditions, But Course Includes a 'Dead Zone'
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison, Mike Roman
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SANDY POINT STATE PARK, Md. - Hundreds of swimmers from across the country churned through the waters of the Chesapeake Bay this morning, and for the participants of the Great Chesapeake Bay Swim, nature cooperated.



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