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Think Progress
2016-02-03

The Delmarva Peninsula, which juts out into the Atlantic Ocean along the eastern edge of Maryland, is a poultry producing hot spot.

Cultures
2016-01-27

The Institute of Marine and Environmental Technology (IMET) is a joint University System of Maryland research institute.

TC Palm
2016-01-22

PALM BAY — If the Indian River Lagoon was a student, what letter grade would you give it?

The Star Democrat
2016-01-21

Just as oysters are staging a comeback, Governor Hogan's Administration has moved to suspend oyster restoration.

The Star Democrat
2016-01-17

According to various reports, three watermen visited with Lt.

The Star Democrat
2016-01-17

CAMBRIDGE — Most scientific studies focus entirely on pure or applied research that is sometimes difficult for nonscientists to understand.

Yale Climate Connections
2016-01-15

The Chesapeake is known for its delicious blue crabs, but maintaining a healthy fishery may become more difficult as the water warms.

Yale Climate Connections
2016-01-11

Wetlands are the soggy marshes found along shorelines and floodplains … and they do more for us than we do for them.

My Eastern Shore MD
2016-01-08

EASTON — All systems are not go for oyster restoration in the Tred Avon River.

The Baltimore Sun
2016-01-05

Amid all the global and national strife, an encouraging event happened in Paris last month when 195 nations agreed to take collective action to limit climate change.