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Avoiding Pollution Swapping while Reducing Agricultural Runoff of Nitrogen to the Chesapeake Bay

January 9, 2019
A team of UMCES researchers are trying to figure out the best management practices for reducing runoff from farm land are featured on a episode of Maryland Farm & Harvest.

Two new books bring together than 40 years of expertise on Chesapeake Bay

January 9, 2019
Ecologist Vic Kennedy offers baselines for abundance in Chesapeake Bay and a survey of the diamond-backed terrapin in two new books published by Johns Hopkins University Press.

Next Generation: Zoraida Perez Delgado

January 3, 2019
Master's student Zoraida Pérez Delgado has been using coral records from the Atlantic, Indian, and Pacific Ocean to understand how volcanic events have historically impacted precipitation and temperature over the last 400 years. By understanding how our climate has changed in the past, scientists hope to improve models used to predict future changes that have been accelerated by the burning of fossil fuels. .

Graduate Student Zoraida P. Pérez Delgado Awarded Knauss Fellowship

January 2, 2019
Congratulations to master’s student Zoraida P. Pérez Delgado, who has been awarded a place in the prestigious John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship program.

Planning and Preparing Through Predictions

December 20, 2018
Explore climate change and sea-level rise for the Eastern Shore, Annapolis, and Baltimore with modeling tools that enable predictions.

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