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Your search in the category "Environment" returned 774 results in 39 pages.

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Cordts, Jeanne M. “Challenging the Hemlock Woolly Adelgid.” Journal of the Alleghenies, 44 (2008): 41-47.
Category: Environment

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Cordts, John. “American Chestnut Restoration Efforts Gaining Steam.” Journal of the Alleghenies, 42 (2006): 83-88.
Category: Environment

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Counts, Clement L., III and Terry L. Bashore. "Mollusca of Assateague Island, Maryland and Virginia: a re-examination after seventy-five years." Veliger, 34 (April 1, 1991): 214-21.

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Cowles, R.P. "A Biological Study of the Offshore Waters of Chesapeake Bay." Bulletin of the United States Bureau of Fisheries 46 (1930): 277-381.
Annotations / Notes: Cowles and his predecessor Lewis Radcliffe were the first to do coordinated studies of the hydrography and biology of the Bay, from 1915 to 1922. The kinds of organisms they found suggest the Bay was not yet experiencing the chronic summer loss of deep water dissolved oxygen encountered in today's polluted estuary.

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Crawford, Joan B. "A Heritage Preserved: The Creative Traditions of Western Maryland." Maryland 25 (Summer 1993): 38-44.

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Cronin, William B. The Chesapeake's Vanishing Islands. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, in press.
Annotations / Notes: With sea level rise and shoreline erosion one of the most evident natural processes in the Chesapeake. Cronin, an oceanographer, provides a detailed account of virtually every island in the Bay.

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Cronin, William B. Volumetric, Areal and Tidal Statistics of the Chesapeake Bay Estuary and its Tributaries. Special Report 20, Ref.71-2.Chesapeake Bay Institute, 1971.

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Cronon, William B. Changes in the Land, Indians, Colonists and the Ecology of New England. New York: Hill and Wang, 1983.
Annotations / Notes: Cronon's work is about New England, but his ecological insights are invaluable to learning about the Chesapeake.

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Currie, Donya. “Gorillas in their Midst.” Maryland Life, 5 (March/April 2009): 70-75.
Category: Environment

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Currie, Donya. “How the MD-AEP Came to Be.” Maryland Life, 7 (July/August 2011): 62-63.
Category: Environment

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Currie, Donya. “Water (for the) World.” Maryland Life, 7 (July/August 2011): 54-55, 58, 62.
Category: Environment

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Curtin, Philip, Grace S. Bursh, and George W. Fisher, eds. Discovering the Chesapeake: The History of an Ecosystem. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2001.

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Curtis, Jennfer Keats. “The Crab Lab.” Maryland Life, 2 November/December 2006): 58-65.
Category: Environment

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Curtis, Jennifer Keats. “Bivalve Baby Boom.” Maryland Life, 7 (May/June 2011): 58-61, 64.
Category: Environment

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Curtis, Jennifer Keats. “Hoo Said That?” Maryland Life, 7 (January/February 2011): 14.
Category: Environment

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Curtis, Jennifer Keats. “Osprey Escapades.” Maryland Life, 4 (May/June 2008): 22-23.
Category: Environment

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Curtis, Jennifer Keats. “Rivers of Life.” Maryland Life, 5 (July/August 2009): 50-53.
Category: Environment

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Dalton, Shawn Elizabeth. “The Gwynns Falls Watershed: A Case Study of Public and Non-Profit Sector Behavior in Natural Resource Management.” Ph.D. diss., Johns Hopkins University, 2002.

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Dannelke, Lenora. “That Other Crab.” Chesapeake Life, 8 (May/June 2002): 68-71, 88-90.
Category: Environment

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Dare, Charles P. "Wild Fowl of the Chesapeake." History Trails 18 (Summer 1984): 13-16.