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Capital News Service
2009-12-04

ANNAPOLIS- Gov.

Newschannel 8 (DC)
2009-12-04

ANNAPOLIS, Md. - First the blue crab, now the oyster. On Thursday, Gov. Martin O'Malley, D-Md., announced a three-pronged plan to restore oysters to the Chesapeake Bay.

The Baltimore Sun
2009-12-04

To praise from environmentalists and complaints from watermen, Gov.

WJZ (Baltimore) Television
2009-12-04

MARYLAND (WJZ) ― This is the last day the Coast Guard is taking public input, on a problem with a direct impact on Maryland.

The Annapolis Capital
2009-12-04

With the oysters in the Chesapeake Bay dramatically depleted, Gov.

WJZ (Baltimore) Television
2009-12-03

Now the O'Malley administration is unveiling a new strategy. Alex DeMetrick reports it will mean big changes for watermen.

Bay Weekly
2009-12-03

For a quarter of a century, ecologists Walter Boynton and Michael Kemp have worked together to reveal the mysteries of the Chesapeake.

The Washington Post
2009-12-02

Realism will reign in Copenhagen.

Bay Journal
2009-12-01

Three University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science researchers recently received major awards from the Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation.