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The annual mean temperatures of 20 rivers and streams in the United States have gotten significantly warmer over the past decades, according to a new report.

WYPR (NPR) Radio

Aquatic vegetation that filters the Chesapeake Bay and serves as habitat for fish and crabs has more than doubled since its low point in the 1970s.

Highlights Magazine

A group of walruses lay on the sea ice near Alaska, in the Bering Sea. They didn't seem to hear the roar of a helicopter overhead.

The Bristol Bay (Alaska) Times

The crew of the Coast Guard Cutter Polar Sea, the nation's most powerful non-nuclear icebreaker, arrived in Kodiak last week on their return to Seattle from a two-month deployment in support of the

The Easton Star Democrat

PRESTON - The second session of a program combining equine therapy and environmental lessons proved to be a success.

The Annapolis Capital

The Chesapeake Bay blue crab population continues to grow, an encouraging sign for a species that has struggled to subsist for more than a decade.

The Baltimore Sun

KENT NARROWS — The Chesapeake Bay's blue crab population has bounced back from dangerously low levels, Maryland officials announced Wednesday, reporting that a newly completed survey of the crustac

The Easton Star Democrat

EASTON - Amy Haines, owner of Out of the Fire, and Mike Roman, director of the Horn Point Laboratory, are joining forces for an "Out of the Fire- Into the Bay" dinner and science panel on April 20.

The Easton Star Democrat

CAMBRIDGE U.S. Rep. Frank Kratovil, D-Md.-1st, was on Choptank River on Friday observing local watermen cleaning oysters from the river bottom in an effort to revive the local oyster population.

Discovery News

Along with warmer air and warmer oceans, rivers also seem to be heating up with global warming.