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The Baltimore Sun B'More Green Blog (Thu 26 Jun, 2014)
Slightly bigger Chesapeake 'dead zone' seen this summer
Staff quoted: Caroline Wicks
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Scientists are predicting that the Chesapeake Bay's oxygen-starved "dead zone" will be slightly larger than average this summer.


Laboratory Equipment (Wed 25 Jun, 2014)
Above-average 'Dead Zone' Expected in Chesapeake Bay
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A Univ. of Michigan researcher and his colleagues are forecasting an average but still large "dead zone" in the Gulf of Mexico this year and a slightly above-average oxygen-starved region in the Chesapeake Bay.


Physorg (Wed 25 Jun, 2014)
Researchers predict average Gulf of Mexico 'dead zone,' slightly above-average in Chesapeake Bay
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(Phys.org) —A University of Michigan researcher and his colleagues are forecasting an average but still large "dead zone" in the Gulf of Mexico this year and a slightly above-average oxygen-starved region in the Chesapeake Bay.


The Star Democrat (Tue 24 Jun, 2014)
Hatchery mystery: Spat not growing
Staff quoted: Stephanie Alexander
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CAMBRIDGE — Oyster hatcheries are having trouble producing larvae right now and scientists aren't sure why.


My Eastern Shore MD (Tue 24 Jun, 2014)
Hatchery mystery: Spat not growing
Staff quoted: Stephanie Alexander
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CAMBRIDGE — Oyster hatcheries are having trouble producing larvae right now and scientists aren't sure why.


The Cecil Whig (Tue 24 Jun, 2014)
Hatchery mystery: Spat not growing
Staff quoted: Stephanie Alexander
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CAMBRIDGE — Oyster hatcheries are having trouble producing larvae right now and scientists aren't sure why.


Capital Gazette (Thu 19 Jun, 2014)
Annapolis weighs interest in former recreation center
Staff quoted: Dave Nemazie, Erica Kropp
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Proposals to develop the old recreation center in downtown Annapolis have been put on hold.


Southern Maryland News (Wed 11 Jun, 2014)
Fowler's 'Sneaker Index' measured with new shoes: 27th wade-in marks Patuxent clarity at 23 inches
Staff quoted: Walt Boynton
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For the 27th time, former Maryland senator Bernie Fowler waded into the Patuxent River for his yearly "Sneaker Index," his special way of measuring the health of the river.


The Advocate (Baton Rouge) (Tue 10 Jun, 2014)
Safety board faults key device in BP oil spill
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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WASHINGTON (AP) — A federal board's investigation into the 2010 BP oil spill concludes that a last-ditch safety device on the underwater well had multiple failures, wasn't tested properly and still poses a risk for many rigs drilling today.


Southern Maryland News (Mon 9 Jun, 2014)
Convenience Centers to Accept Oyster Shells for Recycling
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Beginning in June, all St. Mary's County Convenience Centers, with assistance from the Oyster Recovery Partnership's (ORP's) Shell Recycling Alliance (SRA) program, will begin collecting used oyster shells. The shells will be used as substrate on which to plant new oysters in the Chesapeake Bay.


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