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My Eastern Shore (Fri 21 Mar, 2014)
Watermen want OK to plant oyster shells
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STEVENSVILLE — Watermen from Kent, Queen Anne's and Dorchester counties want to plant fresh shells for oyster spawning season and clean oyster bars, but they're having a hard time doing it.


The Cecil Whig (Fri 21 Mar, 2014)
Watermen want OK to plant oyster shells
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STEVENSVILLE — Watermen from Kent, Queen Anne's and Dorchester counties want to plant fresh shells for oyster spawning season and clean oyster bars, but they're having a hard time doing it.


The Star Democrat (Wed 19 Mar, 2014)
Watermen want OK to plant oyster shells
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EASTON — Watermen from Kent, Queen Anne's and Dorchester counties want to plant fresh shells for oyster spawning season and clean oyster bars, but they're having a hard time doing it.


The Scientist (Tue 18 Mar, 2014)
Old-School Fish Guides: Experienced fish may be critical for keeping migrating populations on track, a study finds.
Staff quoted: Dave Secor
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Plucking older, more experienced fish from a migratory school may impair the group's ability to migrate successfully to feeding grounds, according to a study published today (March 18) in the Journal of the Royal Society Interface.


My Eastern Shore (Sun 16 Mar, 2014)
Some fracking commissioners think report won't be ready by deadline
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ANNAPOLIS — The commission examining hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, in Maryland has about five months left in its study to determine if — and how — the natural gas extraction practice can be used safely in the state.


The Cecil Whig (Thu 13 Mar, 2014)
Some fracking commissioners think report won't be ready by deadline
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ANNAPOLIS — The commission examining hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, in Maryland has about five months left in its study to determine if — and how — the natural gas extraction practice can be done safely in the state.


The Star Democrat (Wed 12 Mar, 2014)
Budget amendment requires PMT economic impact study
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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ANNAPOLIS — An amendment to the Fiscal Year 2015 Maryland budget would delay the implementation of the Phosphorus Management Tool until an economic impact study is completed.


The Baltimore Sun (Mon 10 Mar, 2014)
Senators seek to stall pollution regulations: Rules to limit phosphorus in bay would be delayed
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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Key senators have put language in the state budget bill that would stall Maryland's efforts to limit one of the Chesapeake Bay's main pollutants, phosphorus.


KCAW (Sitka, Alaska) (Tue 4 Mar, 2014)
Oceanographers Grebmeier, Cooper begin month-long Sitka residency
Staff quoted: Lee Cooper, Jackie Grebmeier
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Oceanographers Jackie Grebmeier and Lee Cooper, and Sitka Sound Science Center residency director Tory O'Connell, discuss the couple's research, and their plans for their month-long residency in Sitka. Cooper is a chemical oceanographer; Grebmeier is a biological oceanographer who studies systems. They've been working in Alaska for nearly three decades. For more information about the Scientist in Residency Fellowship, visit the Sitka Sound Science Center online.


The Bay Net News (Tue 4 Mar, 2014)
Charles County Environmental Resources Division announces drop-off locations to recycle oyster shells
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Charles County Environmental Resources Division and ORP Announce New Public Drop-off Locations to Recycle Used Oyster Shells


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