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Capital News Service
2010-04-10

CAMBRIDGE - Rep. Frank Kratovil is diving into a key issue in his district, hoping to learn more about Chesapeake Bay oysters and efforts to save them.

The Annapolis Capital
2010-04-10

Temperatures are warming up, tulips are blooming, and allergy sufferers are sneezing up a storm.

U.S. News and World Reports
2010-04-08

Solomons, Md.—New research by a team of ecologists and hydrologists shows that water temperatures are increasing in many streams and rivers throughout the United States. The research, published in the journal Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, documents that 20 major U.S. streams and rivers – including such prominent rivers as the Colorado, Potomac, Delaware, and Hudson – have shown statistically significant long-term warming.

The Baltimore Sun
2010-04-08

The Oyster Restoration and Aquaculture Development Plan proposed by the state Department of Natural Resources sets a new direction for managing Maryland's natural oyster populations and enhancing opportunities for farming oysters.

United Press International
2010-04-08

COLLEGE PARK, Md., -- A study suggests water temperatures are increasing in many U.S. rivers and streams, including the Colorado, Potomac, Delaware and Hudson rivers.

Southern Maryland News
2010-04-07

Local songwriter and singer Tom Wisner died Friday, April 2, after a battle with cancer. He was 79.

The Diamondback
2010-04-06

During the past two years, I've written a couple of columns harshly criticizing the Bush and Obama administrations for their failure to use the Environmental Protection Agency to enforce the Clean

The Baltimore Sun B'More Green Blog
2010-04-06

Water temperatures are increasing in streams and rivers around the country and that is having a huge impact on the dependent ecosystems, according to new research from ecologists and hydrologists f

The New York Times Green Inc. Blog
2010-04-06

Many streams and rivers in the United States are getting warmer, with the greatest increases in urbanized areas, according to research to be published in an upcoming edition of the journal Frontiers of the Ecology and the Environment.

The Baltimore Sun
2010-04-05

When Tom Wisner sang or wrote about the Chesapeake Bay, a task he dedicated his life to doing, he always tried to capture the voice of the water and the sky, of the rocks and the trees, of the fish an