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My Eastern Shore

DARLINGTON — Experts told Sen.

The Bay Net News

Governor Martin O'Malley signed into law two pieces of legislation that will help the State prepare for the impacts of climate change and extreme weather in Maryland.


For the first time, the University of Maryland will award graduate degrees in marine and environmental sciences jointly with the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science.

WYPR (NPR) Radio

Federal geologists once warned that the silt trapped behind Conowingo dam was "a time bomb," threatening to choke the life out of Chesapeake Bay.

Southern Maryland News Net

Is your middle school student interested in environmental science, being outdoors, learning by doing, and experimenting?

Washington Business Journal

John D. Porcari

Date added: May 9, 2014

Submission Type: Board of Directors

The Star Democrat

CAMBRIDGE — The Choptank River Complex was chosen by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration as one of two areas in the nation to be a Habitat Focus Area.

The Star Democrat

ST. MICHAELS — The Horn Point Laboratory will offer a public lecture by Dr. Robert Howarth at 1:30 p.m. Friday, May 3, at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum's Van Lennep Auditorium.