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The Cumberland Times-News
2014-04-13

FROSTBURG — The University System of Maryland Board of Regents has selected two faculty members from the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science — Keith Eshleman and Andrew

Bay Journal
2013-12-16

When geologist Andrew Elmore came to the University of Maryland's Appalachian Laboratory in 2008, he wanted to familiarize himself with the data on the area's streams, the bedrock of his area of st

Sea Grant (MD)
2013-12-16

University of Maryland researchers have built a novel, detailed map showing streams in Maryland not recorded on other maps.

The Downstream Project
2013-10-17

Before there was a capital city on the Potomac or a port in Baltimore; before the Beltways, the suburbs, the strip malls and subdivisions, there were streams – a lot of them, apparently.

Nature World News
2013-10-04

Researchers have developed a new method designed to determine where rivers begin.

Carbon Based
2013-10-03

University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science: Where a stream ends is clear, but where it begins can be more difficult to discern.

Science Daily
2013-10-03

Oct. 3, 2013 — Where a stream ends is clear, but where it begins can be more difficult to discern.

Science Newsline
2013-10-03

FROSTBURG, MD -- Where a stream ends is clear, but where it begins can be more difficult to discern.

Physorg
2013-10-03

Where a stream ends is clear, but where it begins can be more difficult to discern.