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The Gazette (Fri 3 Aug, 2012)
UM oceanographer tracks rising water levels in Chesapeake Bay - Professor's research shows region is vulnerable to land submerging under water
Staff quoted: Ming Li
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Ming Li is talking to the state Department of Natural Resources. He's been meeting with the Maryland Emergency Management Agency and the Federal Emergency Management Agency.