Bay ‘dead zone’ still bad in ’09, But scientists have new knowledge of how it works

Bay 'dead zone' still bad in '09, But scientists have new knowledge of how it works By PAMELA WOOD, Staff Writer11/27/09, The Capital, Annapolis, MDCourtesy photo  Unusual weather conditions - dry weather in Pennsylvania and New York and a wet summer in Maryland and Virginia - threw off scientists' predictions, but gave them new understanding [...]

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Watersheds Included in Iniative

Watersheds Included in Iniative By Greg Hilburn, The News Star, Monroe, LouisianaDecember 3, 2009Three Louisiana watersheds, including two in northeastern Louisiana, are included in an $80 million, 12-state initiative to improve water quality in the Mississippi River Basin by managing fertilizer runoff from agricultural land.    Bayou Macon and Boeuf River watersheds in northeastern Louisiana, [...]

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