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Kent County News
2015-11-12

EASTON — A recent study through the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science suggests the Chesapeake Bay's waters are warming, and parts are warming faster than air temperature.

Bay Journal
2015-11-02

Chesapeake Bay surface water temperatures are not only warming, but they have been heating up at a faster rate than air temperatures in many areas during the last three decades, according to a new

The Virginian-Pilot
2015-10-21

AT A CERTAIN age, past winters look harder than modern ones. The air was colder; snow fell deeper; the Chesapeake Bay froze more frequently.

The Star Democrat
2015-10-21

EASTON — A recent study through the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science suggests the Chesapeake Bay's waters are warming, and parts are warming faster than air temperature.

The Avenue News
2015-10-21

A recent study through the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science suggests the Chesapeake Bay's waters are warming, and parts are warming faster than air temperature.

National Fisherman
2015-10-18

The Chesapeake Bay's waters are warming, in some places more rapidly than the region's air temperatures, researchers from the University of Maryland say.

Science 2.0
2015-10-16

A new study shows that surface water temperature in the Chesapeake Bay is increasing more rapidly than air temperature, signaling a need to look at the impact of warming waters on one of the larges

The Baltimore Sun
2015-10-14

The Chesapeake Bay's waters are warming up, in some places rising more rapidly even than the region's air temperatures, a new University of Maryland study finds.

EurekAlert!
2015-10-14

FROSTSBURG, MD (October 14, 2015)--A new study shows that surface water temperature in the Chesapeake Bay is increasing more rapidly than air temperature, signaling a need to look at the impact of