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Earthweek
2010-04-16

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
2010-04-15

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
2010-04-15

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
2010-04-15

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
2010-04-15

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

The Annapolis Capital
2010-04-14

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
2010-04-14

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
2010-04-13

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
2010-04-12

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
2010-04-12

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