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Southern Maryland News
2009-11-05

Walter Boynton and Carolyn Keefe of the Chesapeake Biological Laboratory in Solomons received awards from the Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation at its annual conference in Portland, Ore., on S

The Cecil Whig
2009-11-05

FISHING CREEK -- Cryogenic processing on a smaller scale is among the projects resulting from the $15 million Maryland has received in federal blue crab disaster funds during the past two seasons.

The Maryland Gazette Newspapers
2009-11-04

Tommy Zinn dipped hand tongs into the water of a Patuxent River tributary on an early October morning and waited for the heads to scrape shell.

The Easton Star Democrat
2009-11-04

PORTLAND, ORE. University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science Horn Point Laboratory researcher Dr.

The Salisbury Daily Times
2009-11-02

CAMBRIDGE — Michael Kemp, a University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science Horn Point lab researcher, recently received the Odum Lifetime Achievement Award from the Coastal and Estuarine

The Cumberland Times-News
2009-11-01

FROSTBURG — Essentially, the building will look like a modest home with a stucco finish.

The Washington Post
2009-11-01

Nuclear power can play some role in America's sustainable energy future in the long run, but don't count on it to slow climate change.

Bay Journal
2009-11-01

More than 20 years after the first zebra mussels hitched a ride into the Great Lakes, the United States still doesn't have a requirement to treat ballast water coming into the nation's ports from ship

Bay Journal
2009-11-01

Maryland planted nearly 750 million hatchery-reared oysters in the Bay this year, marking a new record in the state's oyster restoration efforts.

Bay Journal
2009-11-01

Plankton comes from a Greek word meaning "wander or roam." German biologist Viktor Hensen coined the term in 1887 to collectively describe all forms of floating or drifting life in natural w