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The Star Democrat
2016-06-01

EASTON — A University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science (UMCES) study found that underwater grasses in the Susquehanna Flats has a natural resiliency to rough storms and flooding.

Southern Maryland News
2016-05-31

It is getting embarrassing.

Public Opinion
2016-05-31

CHAMBERSBURG - Franklin County has joined a growing number of counties urging the Pennsylvania General Assembly and Gov.

The Baltimore Sun
2016-05-31

You already recycle your bottles and cans, and maybe you donate old clothes. Now accepted at Baltimore's Sisson Street dump: Your gently used oysters.

The Talbot Spy
2016-05-31

It is getting embarrassing.

Learning Freely
2016-05-27

An expansive bed of underwater grass at the mouth of the Susquehanna River has proven it is able to "take a licking and keep on ticking." A recent study has found that the submersed aquatic

Science Codex
2016-05-27

CAMBRIDGE, MD (May 26, 2016)--An expansive bed of underwater grass at the mouth of the Susquehanna River has proven it is able to "take a licking and keep on ticking." A recent study has fou

Gloucester-Mathews Gazette-Journal
2016-05-25

The good news: In a report card on the health of the Chesapeake Bay, 2015 turned out to be the best non-drought year since 1992, representing a third consecutive year of growth.

Chesapeake Bay environment and water quality blog
2016-05-25

The University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science's (UMCES) Chesapeake Biological Laboratory (CBL) on Solomon's Island is a research facility where scientists study various aspects