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The Annapolis Capital
2011-07-21

Normally by this time, the rangers at Sandy Point State Park have put out their warning sign about jellyfish.

The Times - Picayune
2011-07-19

A fight between the Army Corps of Engineers and the state over who controls the science governing construction of nearly $2 billion in coastal restoration projects has led the corps to order closure o

The Times - Picayune
2011-07-19

A fight between the Army Corps of Engineers and the state over who controls the science governing construction of nearly $2 billion in coastal restoration projects has led the corps to order closur

Gambit - Best of New Orleans
2011-07-18

  If nothing else, you know you're going to wait when visiting the Bank of BP. That's why there are hard plastic chairs lined up on the grassy area out front.

Gambit - Best of New Orleans
2011-07-18

If nothing else, you know you're going to wait when visiting the Bank of BP. That's why there are hard plastic chairs lined up on the grassy area out front.

Southern Maryland News
2011-07-08

At the late Tom Wisner's celebration of life in April 2010, many spoke about his unfinished work, and this past year his friends have continued his work ensuring that his creativity will last gener

Chesapeake Bay Journal
2011-07-06

Springtime showers will result in oxygen-starved water in deep parts of the Chesapeake, at least through the first half of the summer, according to Bay scientists.

Chesapeake Bay Journal
2011-07-06

From its northern intersection with the Chesapeake Bay to its southern convergence with the Intercoastal Waterway, the Elizabeth River hums with commerce.

The Baltimore Sun B'More Green Blog
2011-07-06

Scientists are predicting that this summer's oxygen-starved "dead zone" in the Chesapeake Bay will be unusually bad - fueled by a wet spring that washed a heavy dose of nitrogen into the bay from t

VIMS Communications
2011-06-30

For many anglers, the whole point of fishing is to catch the biggest fish—whether it's for the bragging rights or the frying pan.