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Southern Maryland News

Watermen fishing and crabbing on the bay will have to steer clear of more areas this year, as scientists are expecting an above-average "dead zone" in the Chesapeake Bay.

Insurance News Net

Take a family field trip with Restore Rock Creek and get a first- hand look at how they are helping clean the waters of the Patapsco River and Chesapeake Bay.

What's Up? Magazine

On a brisk Friday afternoon in February, a small group gathered at a chicken farm outside of Pocomoke City.

Fly Rod & Reel

Recovery of the estuary that provides 75 percent of the Atlantic striped bass population is being fought by 21 states, only one of which is in the watershed.

WBOC (Salisbury) Television


Capital Gazette

Fish and shellfish that live in the deeper waters of the Chesapeake Bay likely will have to skedaddle from their haunts to search for oxygen this summer.

The Baltimore Sun B'More Green Blog

Scientists are predicting that the Chesapeake Bay's oxygen-starved "dead zone" will be slightly larger than average this summer.


( —A University of Michigan researcher and his colleagues are forecasting an average but still large "dead zone" in the Gulf of Mexico this year and a slightly above-average oxygen-starved

The Star Democrat

CAMBRIDGE — Oyster hatcheries are having trouble producing larvae right now and scientists aren't sure why.