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Appalachian Laboratory welcomes the next generation in science

January 30, 2023
As part of the Appalachian Laboratory’s commitment to the next generation of scientists in western Maryland, we welcomed six undergraduate student interns and five new graduate students in 2022.

New insights on why improvements to Chesapeake Bay remain a challenge

January 30, 2023
A new look at the history of water quality in the Chesapeake Bay sheds light on how the estuary has responded to nutrient reduction efforts and why improvements have remained a challenge.

UMCES President Peter Goodwin announces retirement

January 20, 2023
After a 40-year career in science and higher education, UMCES President Peter Goodwin has announced his retirement at the end of this academic year. “It has been the honor of a lifetime to lead UMCES toward its second century of impact in Maryland and around the world.”

Chesapeake Biological Laboratory researchers reach the North Pole

November 21, 2022
Scientists Lee Cooper and Jackie Grebmeier have been visiting the Arctic on research expeditions for more than 30 years, but they have never visited the North Pole. Until now.

Upper Rio Grande Basin earns a "C" in first-ever report card

November 17, 2022
Improvements are urgently needed to ensure people and wildlife have continued access to water resources

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