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a large inlet of the North Atlantic between Virginia and Maryland

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Washington Gas Energy Services (WGES) and Sterling Planet announced today the continuation of their collaboration to improve air and water quality in the Chesapeake Bay region through WGES CleanSteps([R]) Carbon Offsets.
The Chesapeake Bay region is a mix of urban areas and agricultural areas," says Hapeman.
com)-- Proving that it remains committed to addressing and finding solutions to nutrient concerns in the region, Farm Pilot Project Coordination (FPPC) is holding its second annual Chesapeake Bay Region summit meeting, March 23-25, in Annapolis, Maryland.
In April 2010, the EPA announced a new effort to provide public online access to its work in enforcing federal pollution laws in the Chesapeake Bay region.
In this study, analyses of sequence data from the mitochondrial cytochrome c oxidase subunit I (COI) gene region and allele frequencies of seven nuclear microsatellite loci were used to investigate the genetic relationships of Atlantic and Gulf menhaden, the stock structure of Atlantic menhaden, and to evaluate the potential for loss of unique genetic variation resulting from "localized depletion" of Atlantic menhaden within the Chesapeake Bay region.
Slavery exhibits at historic properties in the Chesapeake Bay region were once rare but are becoming more common, Pogue said.
Growing up in the Chesapeake Bay region, he spent summers on the shore and years sailing on the bay, which created his passion for coastal light and water.
We think that could be why marshes in the Chesapeake Bay region as well as in Louisiana are tending to deteriorate," Murray explains.
The prevalence of mycobacterial infection in this study raises concern for potential increases in human infections in the Chesapeake Bay region through contact with fish, as well as through recreational contact and drinking water (8, 9,13-15).
The species' numbers have steadily increased over the past three decades, so much so that in some areas, such as the Chesapeake Bay region, there are hundreds more eagles today than there were prior to the DDT era," says endangered species law expert Michael Bean of Environmental Defense, which was instrumental in the banning of DDT.
Tidewater Maryland--the Chesapeake Bay region where I was born and raised, and to which my wife and I contentedly returned after decades of living and working elsewhere--remains the center of my personal universe and the setting of much of my fiction.
Jackson says that water temperatures here warm up earlier than in the Chesapeake Bay region.
This paper examines the archaeological evidence of contact and English colonization in the Chesapeake Bay region of North America over a 150 year period, beginning in A.
AP geese winter mostly in the Chesapeake Bay region, while NAP geese don't get quite that far south.
If you're in the Chesapeake Bay region, you can tune in to learn all about the 64,000-square-mile watershed instead.
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