This searchable database contains a list of articles published about the Integration and Application Network in the media. It is a subset of the UMCES in the Media database, which allows you to view articles from all University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science laboratories.
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The Easton Star Democrat (Fri 10 Oct, 2008)
Horn Point holds open house tomorrow; Exhibits include an oyster hatchery, climate and weather
Staff quoted: Mike Roman
CAMBRIDGE - The University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science Horn Point Laboratory invites the community to take part in its annual Community Open House from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 11. The theme for the open house is "Science for Bay Solutions."
The Easton Star Democrat (Wed 20 Aug, 2008)
Keeping Pace: Mike Roman cultivates tomorrow's scientists
Staff quoted: Mike Roman
HORN POINT - Trim and ruggedly handsome, Mike Roman, director of the University of Maryland's Center for Environmental Science at Horn Point, is confidently optimistic about the future of the Chesapeake Bay and America's leadership in scientific research.
The Easton Star Democrat (Fri 16 May, 2008)
Horn Point Lab and Mitchum's present dinner and Choptank River panel event
Staff quoted: Mike Roman, Tom Fisher
TRAPPE - The Stars are Aligned for a Wonderful Night at Mitchum's Steak House in Trappe at 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 20.
The Easton Star Democrat (Fri 18 Apr, 2008)
Oysters finding the future's 'sweet spot': Horn Point Lab scientist discusses 'natives' vs. 'non-natives'
Staff quoted: Mike Roman, Mutt Meritt, Elizabeth North
EASTON - Terms such as "sweet spot," "aquaculture," and "non-natives versus "natives" filled the Out of Fire Restaurant in Easton April 8 as 63 people gathered to listen as University of Maryland Horn Point Laboratory scientists and an aquaculture scientist discussed the murky future of oysters in the Chesapeake Bay.
The Easton Star Democrat (Mon 15 Oct, 2007)
Horn Point holds educational reception
Staff quoted: Mike Roman, Maggie Sexton, Kris Beckert, Andy Lazur
CAMBRIDGE - Friday night's reception was more than just a chance for adults to see sturgeon without having the kids around, but a chance to educate them on the work the staff and students at the Horn Point Laboratory do to save local waterways.
The Cambridge Daily Banner (Sun 14 Oct, 2007)
Horn Point Laboratory: Open house; Center an ocean of knowledge
Staff quoted: Mike Roman, Angie Hengst, Jessie Mieller
CAMBRIDGE — "If you want to pick up the fish you have to pick them up from underneath because of their spines," former Horn Port Laboratory graduate student Jessie Meiller explains to 4-year-old Chillian Cuthbert-Emon of St. Michaels.
The Cambridge Daily Banner (Thu 11 Oct, 2007)
The natural world: Shedding light on science; Middle schools visit Horn Point
Staff quoted: Mike Roman, Laura Murray
CAMBRIDGE — Relating the outside world to the classroom is what 17 seventh-graders from South Dorchester K-8 School experienced at UMCES Horn Point Laboratory Wednesday.
The Baltimore Sun (Tue 28 Aug, 2007)
Bay-grass research lost in fire: 2 trailers, backup servers, 'irreplaceable' data burned
Staff quoted: Mike Kemp, Laura Murray, Don Boesch, Mike Roman
From a cramped office on the Eastern Shore, researchers Laura Murray and her husband, Michael Kemp, have spent more than two decades studying the decline of underwater grasses in the Chesapeake Bay and measuring what that means to the health of the estuary.
The Diamondback (Thu 19 Jul, 2007)
University pivotal in oyster research
Staff quoted: Mike Roman, Mutt Meritt, Ken Paynter
CAMBRIDGE, Md. - Over the years, many creatures in the Chesapeake Bay have suffered from disease, over-harvesting and the invasion of foreign species, but none have been more affected than the oyster.
The Salisbury Daily Times (Tue 13 Mar, 2007)
Proposed oyster hatchery expansion in spotlight: With bivalve measures under consideration, state leaders get look at Cambridge operation
Staff quoted: Don Boesch, Mike Roman, Mutt Meritt
CAMBRIDGE -- Gov. Martin O'Malley saw how oysters are spawned and grown during a tour here Monday of the Horn Point Laboratory with a group of other government and environmental officials. The tour occurred amid a General Assembly session in which $8 million is sought to expand Horn Point's oyster hatchery and other measures are being considered to help restore the Chesapeake Bay's oyster population.