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The Maryland Gazette Newspapers
2009-10-17

Maryland has once again set a new record for oyster restoration in the Chesapeake Bay.

Capital News Service
2009-10-16

ANNAPOLIS - From brown and mahogany tides to slick surface masses of blue-green scum, stretches of unnaturally abundant algae drift through the Chesapeake Bay.

The Washington Post
2009-10-15

Scientific understanding of the biophysical process and consequences of global climate change will surely evolve as further discoveries are made and hypotheses are challenged.

The Easton Star Democrat
2009-10-15

EASTON - While the tasks of addressing climate change and creating a sustainable future can be looked at as challenges, they can also be viewed as opportunities, said Dr.

The Easton Star Democrat
2009-10-14

CAMBRIDGE - The Horn Point Laboratory hosted a gathering of donors and friends to preview its annual community Open House exhibits and to announce its first philanthropically supported fellowship on F

Southern Maryland News
2009-10-14

Scientists and environmentalists gathered at the 4th Annual State of the River Summit last Friday demanded swift action in addition to the money and talk that has been thrown at the decades-long debat

The Annapolis Capital
2009-10-12

Maryland has once again set a new record for oyster restoration in the Chesapeake Bay.

The Easton Star Democrat
2009-10-11

EASTON - A national college-level group working to restore America's waterways will be meeting this week at the Tidewater Inn.

The Annapolis Capital
2009-10-11

Ever since he spent barefoot and carefree summers at his grandmother's cottage along the York River outside his native Richmond, Jack Greer dreamed of sailing off into the Atlantic.

The Washington Post
2009-10-10

Yesterday, President Obama, while acknowledging that he did not feel that he deserved to be in the company of so many of the transformative figures, said that he would accept the Nobel Peace Prize on