IAN in the Media

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Bay Journal (Wed 6 Jul, 2016)
Crabbers, scientists seeing more, larger blue crabs this spring
Staff quoted: Tom Miller
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C. J. Canby nosed his dead-rise, the Miss Paula, from its berth in Bodkin Creek toward the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. Even though it had rained for almost three weeks, the water was like glass. In a few hours, he would touch seahorses. In a couple of days, he would see a baby crab — fairly unusual for such a northern stretch of water.


Bay Journal (Sun 12 Jun, 2016)
Bernie's feet lead the way in another Patuxent River wade-in
Staff quoted: Tom Miller
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Bernie Fowler's 29th annual Patuxent River Wade-In began Sunday with great optimism. There were prayers, the National Anthem, a beautiful sunny day and a crowd of more than 200 relatives, friends and legislators on hand to see firsthand how clear the water was.


Chesapeake Bay environment and water quality blog (Wed 25 May, 2016)
My Experience at UMCES: Chesapeake Biological Laboratory
Staff quoted: Libby Warner, Tom Miller, HIllary Glandon, Hadley McIntosh
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The University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science's (UMCES) Chesapeake Biological Laboratory (CBL) on Solomon's Island is a research facility where scientists study various aspects of ecosystems, including restoration ecology, toxicology, and fisheries. On Monday, May 16th, I had the opportunity to visit the center and learn about the different projects taking place on a very informative and inspiring tour given by the CBL Director, Dr. Thomas Miller. Upon arrival, I immediately was struck with the beauty of the location. Red brick buildings with many windows overlook the Patuxent River, which feeds into the Chesapeake Bay. There is a grand, gated-off research pier that extends out into the river and contains a Pump House, which transfers water to various laboratories for testing.


The Baltimore Sun (Tue 12 Apr, 2016)
Chesapeake blue crab population grows 35 percent; DNR predicts 'robust' season
Staff quoted: Tom Miller
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Marylanders could have an easier time finding — and affording — local crabs this summer, a survey of the Chesapeake Bay blue crab population suggests.


Yale Climate Connections (Fri 15 Jan, 2016)
If Crabs Stop Burrowing ... How to Count Them?
Staff quoted: Tom Miller
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The Chesapeake is known for its delicious blue crabs, but maintaining a healthy fishery may become more difficult as the water warms.


The Calvert Recorder (Wed 23 Dec, 2015)
2013 blue crab decline still a mystery
Staff quoted: Tom Miller
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The reason behind the decline of young blue crab population numbers from the 2012 winter dredge survey to the 2013 survey is a little less of a mystery but still unclear, after a presentation from Tom Miller, director of the Chesapeake Biological Laboratory in Solomons, during the twice-annual meeting of the Sustainable Fisheries Goal Implementation Team held Dec. 14.


Delaware Online (Sat 1 Aug, 2015)
Governors spar over blue crab origins
Staff quoted: Tom Miller
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RICHMOND, Va. – Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, never stingy with superlatives nor shy about boosterism, has been bragging lately in a way that has neighboring Maryland steamed.


The Washington Post (Wed 29 Jul, 2015)
Crabbing the truth: McAuliffe, Hogan spar over blue crab origins
Staff quoted: Tom Miller
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RICHMOND — Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, never stingy with superlatives or shy about boosterism, has been bragging lately in a way that has neighboring Maryland steamed.


Southern Maryland News (Wed 29 Jul, 2015)
Watershed states gather to reaffirm commitment to bay cleanup
Staff quoted: Tom Miller
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Representatives from all of the states in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed gathered in Washington, D.C., last week for an annual Chesapeake Bay Program Executive Council meeting. Out of this meeting, the council agreed on resolutions and on two letters supporting certain bay cleanup efforts.


Southern Maryland News (Fri 19 Jun, 2015)
Fowler's 'sneaker index' measures clearest river water since 1950s
Staff quoted: Tom Miller
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For the 28th year, former Maryland senator and longtime Patuxent River advocate Bernie Fowler and his allies gathered on its shores to symbolically assess its health and affirm their dedication to cleaning it up Sunday at the annual Patuxent River Wade-In.



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