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NOAA Chesapeake Bay Office
2014-12-14

On a cool and breezy October day, SCUBA divers worked to retrieve trays of mud and oysters from the bottom of Harris Creek. In addition to the mud and oysters, what else is in those trays?

Environmental Monitor
2014-12-12

Recognizing nutrient pollution as a widespread but still poorly understood problem, U.S.

The Times - Picayune
2014-12-11

The federal government on Thursday (Dec. 11) increased the maximum amount oil and gas companies are required to pay in the case of a major oil spill.

The Cecil Whig
2014-12-08

CONOWINGO — Exelon Generation announced on Friday plans to withdraw its water quality certification application and resubmit it next year.

The Star Democrat
2014-12-08

EASTON — Exelon Generation plans to withdraw its application for a water quality certification to operate the Conowingo Dam to allow more time for another sediment and nutrient study in the Susqueh

The Baltimore Sun B'More Green Blog
2014-11-30

As patrons at a Fells Point restaurant dined on oysters as part of an annual festival for the slippery mollusks, Tommy Price of the Oyster Recovery Partnership emphasized the importance of saving t

The Gazette
2014-11-27

The University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science is joining #GivingTuesday and #MarylandGivesMore to celebrate a new tradition of generosity during the holiday season.

Southern Maryland News
2014-11-27

The University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science is joining #GivingTuesday and #MarylandGivesMore to celebrate a new tradition of generosity during the holiday season.

Southern Maryland News
2014-11-27

From sidewalk improvements to the construction of the offshore pier for Dominion Cove Point, Solomons residents are no strangers to the sights and sounds of construction on and near the island.

The Star Democrat
2014-11-26

EASTON — The Chesapeake Bay Foundation's Director of Fisheries Bill Goldsborough gave a talk on oysters' history in the Bay on Monday, Nov. 17.