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Cause of Baltimore Inner Harbor Oil Spill Unclear

2/24/2020 - By Neal Augenstein. The source of the oil spill that left reddish fuel oil atop Baltimore’s Inner Harbor Saturday has not been determined, but Maryland environmental officials don’t believe there is reason to be concerned about an ongoing leak. “We do not know the source,” said Jay Apperson, spokesman for… SEE MORE

Microbes Point the Way to Shipwrecks

2/24/2020 - By Katherine Kornei. Off the coast of Mississippi, under 4,000 feet of water, a luxury yacht is slowly disintegrating. Marine creatures dart, cling and scuttle near the hull of the wreck, which has been lying undisturbed for 75 years. But there’s more than meets the eye when it comes to… SEE MORE
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20-Foot Great White Spotted Off Florida Coast

2/17/2020 - By Ed Killer. During a dive charter trip on Walker’s Dive Charters out of Riviera Beach on Tuesday, a group of scuba divers encountered a once-in-a-lifetime experience — a great white shark. The encounter took place near a spot known as The Breakers Reef, a location just one mile offshore… SEE MORE
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A Seasonal Guide to Cape Cod Fish

2/12/2020 - Provided by the Cape Cod Commercial Fishermen's Alliance. Weather and seasonal migration have an impact on what seafood can be caught where. That's why different kinds of locally-harvested seafood are available to us at different times of the year. Most markets try to make up for this reality by offering… SEE MORE
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Trump Administration Cuts Back Federal Protections for Streams and Wetlands

2/10/2020 - By Scott Neuman and Colin Dwyer. The Environmental Protection Agency is dramatically reducing the amount of U.S. waterways that get federal protection under the Clean Water Act — a move that is welcomed by many farmers, builders and mining companies but is opposed even by the agency's own science advisers.… SEE MORE