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Bay Journal
2016-07-06

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.

The Star Democrat
2016-07-01

SOLOMONS ISLAND — Methane buildup in the Chesapeake Bay alone, if released, would be equal to current methane estimates for all other estuaries in the world combined, according to a study released

Bay Journal
2016-07-01

It is hard to believe, but it has been 16 years since I contributed a commentary, "Bay has a lot to learn from European efforts to reduce nutrients," to the Bay Journal (March 2000).

The Calvert Recorder
2016-06-30

Methane buildup in the Chesapeake Bay alone, if released, is equal to current methane estimates for all the estuaries in the world combined, according to a study released by University of Maryland

Bay Journal
2016-06-29

The Anacostia River may no longer be "forgotten," but it is still extremely degraded, according to a report released Wednesday by the Anacostia Watershed Society.

CNN
2016-06-28

(CNN) - The U.S. Olympic rowing team will appear in seamless unisuits when they hit the bay waters of Rio de Janeiro this summer.

Medium
2016-06-25

Yes indeed, Vermont's official state fossil is the Charlotte Whale, named for the town in which it was discovered in 1849, one mile from Lake Champlain.

Bay Journal
2016-06-24

Saying that hazardous algae blooms seem to be increasing in frequency and severity, the U.S.

My Eastern Shore MD
2016-06-22

GRASONVILLE — Fourth-graders at Grasonville Elementary School have begun their summer vacation with the knowledge that they now have a good understanding of Chesapeake Bay oysters and the need to r