On the Bay: Chesapeake Quarterly's Blog
Fellowship Experiences: A Students' Blog
Stormwater structures that manage runoff are becoming more widely used as a way to reduce this pollution. There are lots of options for you to “do your part” and implement stormwater management structures in your own...
Scientists use complex computer models to simulate how the Chesapeake Bay ecosystem works and to guide restoration efforts. These digital mimics generate estimates of how much we need to cut down on pollutants like nitrogen and phosphorus to reduce algal blooms and low-oxygen "dead zones" in the Bay that harm aquatic life.
Sea Level Rise Report
This special report offers a comprehensive look at the causes and consequences of increasing flooding along Maryland’s coasts. This package, produced by Maryland Sea Grant's magazine Chesapeake Quarterly in partnership with Bay Journal, examines the scientific understanding and projections of the rate of sea level rise in the Chesapeake region; effects on people and the environment; and adaptations and policy responses that are under way or under consideration.