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Chesapeake Bay Program

‘Dead zone’ again lower than average in Chesapeake Bay

Researchers from the Chesapeake Bay Program, the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, University of Michigan and U.S. Geological Survey are predicting this summer’s “dead zone” in the Bay to be smaller than the long-term average taken between...

Report: Rainy years impact water quality in Chesapeake Bay

An estimated 33 percent of the Chesapeake Bay and its tidal tributaries attained water-quality standards during the 2017-19 assessment period, down from 38 percent in the preceding two-year period, according to new data from the Chesapeake Bay Program. The decline,...
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New book looks at integration of N.Va. libraries

Patrons of Northern Virginia’s libraries take access to them for granted, but many of the facilities were for whites...
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