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Geo Community (Thu 25 Jun, 2015)
Scientists Expect Slightly Below Average Chesapeake Bay 'Dead Zone' this Summer
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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Scientists are expecting that this year's Chesapeake Bay hypoxic low-oxygen zone, also called the "dead zone," will be approximately 1.37 cubic miles – about the volume of 2.3 million Olympic-size swimming pools. While still large, this is 10 percent lower than the long-term average as measured since 1950.


The Talbot Spy (Wed 24 Jun, 2015)
Watermen Donate Oysters for CBMM Demonstrations
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On June 17, 2015, the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, Md. received a donation of live oysters from Talbot watermen Guy and Austin Spurry of St. Michaels, Md, for oyster demonstrations at the museum's Watermen's Wharf exhibition.


Science Newsline (Wed 24 Jun, 2015)
Below-average 'Dead Zone' Predicted for Chesapeake Bay in 2015
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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ANN ARBOR--A University of Michigan researcher and his colleagues are forecasting a slightly below-average but still significant "dead zone" this summer in the Chesapeake Bay, the nation's largest estuary.


Bay Journal (Wed 24 Jun, 2015)
Slightly smaller dead zone predicted for Chesapeake Bay
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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Attention swimmers, especially the beautiful little ones: scientists anticipate a slightly smaller, though still large, dead zone to form in the Chesapeake Bay this summer.


The Hampton Roads Daily Press (Wed 24 Jun, 2015)
Smaller dead zone forecast for Chesapeake Bay this summer
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Fewer nutrients flowing into the Chesapeake Bay this spring likely means a smaller "dead zone" this summer, federal experts say.


Government Security News (Wed 24 Jun, 2015)
Scientists expect slightly below average Chesapeake Bay 'dead zone' this summer
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Chesapeake Bay, MD, June 23 – Scientists are expecting that this year's Chesapeake Bay hypoxic low-oxygen zone, also called the "dead zone," will be approximately 1.37 cubic miles – about the volume of 2.3 million Olympic-size swimming pools. While still large, this is 10 percent lower than the long-term average as measured since 1950.


The Star Democrat (Tue 23 Jun, 2015)
UMCES project to look for best stream restoration techniques
Staff quoted: Robert Hilderbrand
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CAMBRIDGE — A series of grants under the Restoration Research Grant Program aims to answer key questions of stream restoration. A project at the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Sciences partly funded by the grant program will be part of that effort.


My Eastern Shore MD (Tue 23 Jun, 2015)
UMCES project to look for best stream restoration techniques
Staff quoted: Robert Hilderbrand
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CAMBRIDGE — A series of grants under the Restoration Research Grant Program aims to answer key questions of stream restoration. A project at the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Sciences partly funded by the grant program will be part of that effort.


Physorg (Tue 23 Jun, 2015)
Below-average 'dead zone' predicted for Chesapeake Bay in 2015
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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A University of Michigan researcher and his colleagues are forecasting a slightly below-average but still significant "dead zone" this summer in the Chesapeake Bay, the nation's largest estuary.


CBS New York (Mon 22 Jun, 2015)
New Legislation Could Help Protect, Restore Long Island Sound
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HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — Officials and environmentalists from several communities along Long Island Sound gathered at Hempstead Harbor on Monday to sound the alarm.


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