1. From the Field: Rebuilding oyster reefs in Harris Creek, Md.

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    March 2013: Harris Creek, a tributary of the Choptank River on Maryland's eastern shore, is the initial site of one of the largest restoration projects ever undertaken in the Chesapeake Bay. Interviews…

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    • IAN Seminar Series: Margaret Palmer: Promoting successful restoration through effective targeting and monitoring

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      Margaret Palmer of Chesapeake Biological Laboratory at University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science presents "Promoting successful restoration through effective targeting and monitoring".…

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      • From the Field: Building rain gardens with youth in Howard County, Md.

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        September 2012: This summer the READY program (Restoring the Environment and Developing Youth) provided green jobs to young adults, while helping Howard County work toward meeting stormwater regulations…

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        • IAN Seminar Series: Walter Boynton: Corsica River Estuary Restoration

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          Walter Boynton of Chesapeake Biological Lab presents "Corsica River Estuary Restoration Saga: Data, Analysis, and Lessons Learned". This lecture is part of the Integration and Application Network…

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          • IAN Seminar Series: Bill Dennison: Chesapeake Bay health: what causes positive and negative trajectories?

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            Bill Dennison of University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science presents "Chesapeake Bay health: what causes positive and negative trajectories?" This lecture is part of the Integration and…

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            • IAN Seminar Series: Sara Powell: Getting out of the lake and into the watershed

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              Sara Powell of EcoCheck presents "Getting out of the lake and into the watershed: a study of volunteer monitoring efforts, water quality, and community outreach". This lecture is part of the Integration…

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              • IAN Seminar Series: Heath Kelsey: Beach and shellfish bacteria forecasts

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                Heath Kelsey of EcoCheck presents "Beach and shellfish bacteria forecasts: integrating field program, remote sensing, and observing system data". This lecture is part of the Integration and Application…

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                • IAN Seminar Series: Kathy Boomer: The role of watershed modeling in local land planning

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                  Kathy Boomer of Smithsonian Environmental Research Center (SERC) presents "The role of watershed modeling in local land planning". The lecture is part of the Integration and Application Network seminar…

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                  • IAN Seminar Series: Walter Boynton: Where has all the nitrogen gone? Hot spots in the land and seascape

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                    Walter Boynton of Chesapeake Biological Lab presents "Where has all the nitrogen gone? Hot spots in the land and seascape". The lecture is part of the Integration and Application Network seminar series,…

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                    • MTAC Seminar: Bill Dennison: Challenges and advantages of using citizen scientists for environmental monitoring

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                      Bill Dennison of University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science presents "Challenges and advantages of using citizen scientists for environmental monitoring". This lecture is part of the…

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