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

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Fincham, Michael W. “Go, Terps!” Chesapeake Bay Magazine, 38 (March 2009): 40-43, 60-62.
Category: Environment

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Fincham, Michael. “Food Fight.” Chesapeake Bay Magazine, 42 (May 2012): 34-37, 49- 52.
Category: Environment

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Finnissey, John Clark, Jr. "The Politics of Protest: People and Strip Mining in Western Maryland." Ph.D. diss., Temple University, 1987.

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Fleming, Cristol, Marion Blois Lobstein, and Barbara Tuffy. Finding Wildflowers in the Washington-Baltimore Area. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1995.

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Floyd, Claudia Jane. "The Impact of the Reagan Administration on State Environmental Policy in Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey, and West Virginia." Ph.D. diss., University of Maryland, Baltimore County, 1990.

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Folk, Charlotte L. “Carey Run Bird Sanctuary.” Journal of the Alleghenies, 31 (2005): 83-92.

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Footner, Hulbert. Maryland Main and the Eastern Shore. New York: Appleton Century, 1942.

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Footner, Hulbert. Rivers of the Eastern Shore. Seventeen Maryland Rivers. New York: Holt Reinhart and Winston, 1944.
Annotations / Notes: Footner writes mostly stories about history, but he does view Chesapeake river environments from a mid-1940s perspective.

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Force, Peter. Tracts and Other Papers Relating Principally to the Origin, Settlement, and Progress of the Colonies in North America: From the Discovery of the Country to the Year 1776. Washington, DC: Peter Force, 1836.
Annotations / Notes: At least Volumes I, and IV contain material relevant to Chesapeake Environment. Force performed a valuable service codifying and publishing these in the early nineteenth century, before some of the sources were lost. Volume IV contains Colony founder Father Andrew White's "Relation" of Maryland to Lord Baltimore, and his "Narrative of a Voyage to Virginia". In the relation of events of 1642 the text records what is plausibly, the first and only lethal shark attack in Chesapeake history. p. 37 in Force's Vol. IV.

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Franklin, H. Bruce. The Most Important Fish in the Sea. Washington, DC: Island Press, 2007.
Category: Agriculture | Environment

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Fredriksson, David W., Sara Faessel, Colin Doherty, Michael Hampton, Ethan Harvey, and Jenny Redewicz. “A Submersible Oyster Aquaculture System for the Chesapeake Bay.” Journal of Shellfish Research, 30 (August 2011): 507.

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Freeborn, John R., David J. Sample, and Laurie J. Fox. “Residential Stormwater: Methods for Decreasing Runoff and Increasing Stormwater Infiltration.” Journal of Green Building, 7 (no. 2, 2012): 15-30.
Category: Environment

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Freedman, Ryan and Shouraseni Sen Roy. “Spatial Patterning of Manta Birostris in United States East Coast Offshore Habitat.” Applied Geography, 32 (March 2012): 652-59.
Category: Environment

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Freeman, Allen. “Meadowland: Back to (Controlled) Nature on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.” Landscape Architecture, 94 (January 2004): 84-91.
Category: Environment

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Frutchey, Jane. “A Tree-rific Beginning.” Maryland Life, 2 (March/April 2006): 32.
Category: Environment

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Fry, Jillian Parry. “Political Forces and Policymaking to Protect the Chesapeake Bay from Industrial Farm Animal Pollution: A Case Study in Maryland.” Ph.D. diss., Johns Hopkins University, 2012.

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Frye, Christopher T. and Christopher Lea. “Atlas and Annotated List of Carex (Cyperaceae) of Maryland and the District of Columbia.” Maryland Naturalist, 44 (Winter 2001): 41- 108.

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Funderburk, Steven, Joseph Mihursky, Stephen Jordan, and David Riley. Habitat Requirements for Chesapeake Bay Living Resources. Annapolis, MD: The Workgroup, 1991.
Annotations / Notes: With 47 maps.

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Fusonie, Alan, and Donna Jean. George Washington, Pioneer Farmer. Mount Vernon, VA: Mt. Vernon Ladies Association, 1998.
Annotations / Notes: Washington's life gives many insights into colonial farming, and he had many contacts among Maryland Agriculturalists.

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Fusonie, Alan, and William Hauser. "Climate History at the National Agricultural Library." Agricultural History 63 (Spring 1989): 36-50.