IAN in the Media

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The Baltimore Sun B'More Green Blog (Wed 9 Jun, 2010)
Maryland scientists to study Gulf spill impact
Staff quoted: Mike Roman, Bill Boicourt, Jamie Pierson
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A trio of Maryland scientists are headed to the Gulf of Mexico this summer to see how the massive oil leak there has affected the northern Gulf's fish and the crittters on which they feed.


WMDT (Salisbury) Television (Wed 9 Jun, 2010)
Local Researchers Headed To Gulf
Staff quoted: Mike Roman, Bill Boicourt, Jamie Pierson
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CAMBRIDGE, Md. - Tuesday, we told you about a group of local researchers set to hit the Gulf of Mexico this summer. Wednesday, we spoke with Dr. Michael Roman, who is headed to Louisiana to examine the issues below the surface with two of his colleagues.


WJZ (Baltimore) Television (Wed 9 Jun, 2010)
Md. Scientists To Examine Impact Of Gulf Oil Spill
Staff quoted: Mike Roman
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As oil continues to spew into the Gulf of Mexico, scientists from Maryland got the call to examine the impact. To determine the impact oil is having on life out in the Gulf, Alex DeMetrick reports University of Maryland scientists have been selected to look for answers.


WBOC (Salisbury) Television (Tue 8 Jun, 2010)
Horn Point Laboratory Scientists to Study Oil Spill Effects in Gulf
Staff quoted: Mike Roman, Bill Boicourt, Jamie Pierson
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CAMBRIDGE, Md.- A team of scientists from the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science Horn Point Laboratory will be traveling to the Gulf of Mexico later this summer to study the potential effects of the oil spill on plankton and fish communities in the northern Gulf.


The Easton Star Democrat (Sun 6 Jun, 2010)
3 Horn Point Lab scientists to travel to Gulf
Staff quoted: Mike Roman, Bill Boicourt, Jamie Pierson
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CAMBRIDGE - The massive oil slick that continues to spread across the Gulf of Mexico may not be headed for nearby coasts anytime soon, if at all, but that is not stopping local scientists from getting involved in the research.


The Easton Star Democrat (Thu 3 Jun, 2010)
Horn Point alumnus gives microbiology lecture to middle school students
Staff quoted: Mike Roman
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HURLOCK - About 25 students from North Dorchester and Mace's Lane middle schools were treated to a microbiology presentation May 18 by Dr. Craig Carlson, professor of ecology, evolution and marine biology at University of California Santa Barbara.


The Easton Star Democrat (Sun 9 May, 2010)
Second man pleads guilty to stealing historic ram statues
Staff quoted: Mike Roman
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CAMBRIDGE - The second man accused of stealing the two historic Don Pedro du Pont ram statues last September pleaded guilty to malicious destruction of property of more than $500 on Monday in Dorchester County Circuit Court.


The Easton Star Democrat (Wed 28 Apr, 2010)
Wind power focus of dinner talk
Staff quoted: Mike Roman, Bill Boicourt
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EASTON - Off-shore wind is part of the region's future, a former senior energy advisor to the governor said April 20 at a science panel.


The Easton Star Democrat (Tue 13 Apr, 2010)
'Out of the Fire into the Bay' planned April 20
Staff quoted: Mike Roman, Liz Freedlander
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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 for an "Out of the Fire- Into the Bay" dinner and science panel on April 20. The topic will be Wind Power. The public is invited.


The Easton Star Democrat (Mon 8 Mar, 2010)
19-year-old sentenced for destroying ram
Staff quoted: Mike Roman
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CAMBRIDGE Dorchester County Circuit Court Judge Brett Wilson sentenced a 19-year-old Trappe man to 60 days in jail, 80 hours of community service and monetary restitution for destroying one of the historic Don Pedro du Pont ram statues last September.



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