Often by Hand, Scientists Work to Turn the Tide of Oyster and Seagrass Decline in Chesapeake Bay

Often by Hand, Scientists Work to Turn the Tide of Oyster and Seagrass Decline in Chesapeake Bay

The Chesapeake Bay has, despite massive setbacks, continued to return to something resembling a healthy estuarine ecosystem, in no small part because of the dedicated scientists who study it. As the most extensively studied estuary on Earth, the Chesapeake’s 11,000 miles of coastline play host to a familiar story of competition between short-term economic interests, […]

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