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Your search in the category "Environment" returned 798 results in 40 pages.

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Bodine, Jennifer B. “Sherwood Gardens, 1957.” Maryland Life, 5 (May/June 2009): 128.

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Bodine, Jennifer. “Bodine’s Maryland.” Maryland Life, 3 (March/April 2007): 136.
Category: Environment

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Boesch, Donald F., and Jerry R. Schubel. Managing Troubled Waters: The Role of Marine
Category: Environment

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Boneillo, George Eric. “Interannual Differences in Nutrient Dynamics during a Brown Tide Bloom (Aureococcus anophagefferens) and the Interaction of A.anophagerrerens with Heterotrophic Bacteria.” Ph.D. diss., Old Dominion University, 2010.
Category: Environment

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Bonzek, Christopher F., and Philip W. Jones. Assembly of the Population Dynamics of Important Commercial or Recreational Fish of Chesapeake Bay, an Atlas of Commercial Fishery Statistics in Chesapeake Bay 1929-1980. Technical memorandum No. 5. Tidewater Administration: Maryland Department of Natural Resources, 1984.
Annotations / Notes: This is just one example of the wide commercial fishery literature, and graphically shows the state of decline in many Chesapeake resources.

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Boone, Christopher G., Geoffrey L. Buckley, J. Morgan Grove, and Chona Sister. “Parks and People: An Environmental Justice Inquiry in Baltimore, Maryland.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 99 (October 2009): 767-87.

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Boward, Daniel, et. al. From the Mountains to the Sea: The State of Maryland's Fresh Water Streams. Washington, DC: United States Environmental Protection Agency, 1999.
Annotations / Notes: This report summarized the state of Maryland streams, after many years of monitoring, and points to where improvements and declines were found. Technical but well explained and readable.

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Bowditch, Eden Unger. Baltimore’s Historic Parks and Gardens. Images of America series. Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2004.

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Brainard, Jeffrey. “Can an Engineered Island Help the Bay?” Chesapeake Quarterly, 12 (October 2013): 2-7, 10-11.

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Brait, Susan. Chesapeake Gold: Man & Oyster on the Bay. Lexington, KY: University of Kentucky Press, 1990.

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Brewington, M. V. Chesapeake Bay: A Pictorial Maritime History. 1953; 2d edition, New York: Bonanza Books, 1956.
Annotations / Notes: While primarily about boats on the Bay, Brewington's book has many contemporary environmental insights.

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Briand, Christopher H., Elichia A. Venso, and Mark F. Frana. “The Earliest Published Report of Canine Distemper in Maryland-1759.” Maryland Naturalist, 45 (Summer 2002): 23-28.

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Brigham, David R. "'Ask the Beasts and They Shall Teach Thee:' The Human Lessons of Charles Willson Peale's Natural History Displays." Huntington Library Quarterly 59 (nos. 2-3, 1998): 182-206.

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Brooks, Kenneth F., Jr. "My Favorite Museum." Mid-Atlantic Country 10 (October 1989): 24-25, 67
Annotations / Notes: Calvert Marine Museum.

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Brooks, Kenneth F., Jr. "My River." Mid-Atlantic Country 10 (February 1989): 20-23.
Annotations / Notes: Patuxent River.
Category: Environment

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Brooks, Kenneth F., Jr. "River Mysterious." Mid-Atlantic Country 11 (April 1990): 26-29.
Annotations / Notes: Towns and landmarks along the Pocomoke River.

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Brooks, William K. The Oyster. 1891; reprint, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1966.

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Brown, Katherine. “Butterfly Tide.” Chesapeake Bay Magazine, 38 (September 2008): 51-53, 79.
Category: Environment

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Brown, Russell, and Melvin Brown. Herbaceous Plants of Maryland. College Park: University of Maryland Bookstore, 1984.

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Browne, Gary L. "Urban Centers of the Past." Maryland Heritage News 2 (Fall 1984): 6-7.
Annotations / Notes: A variety of factors effect the rise and fall of urban centers -- transportation, market, environmental, and political changes, as well as the rise of other centers. Browne presents a brief discussion of the fate of approximately ten urban centers.