Still losing ground on grasses

Sav3 In 2006, Chesapeake Bay underwater grasses, also known as submerged aquatic vegetation (SAV), experienced a 25 percent decrease bay-wide, dropping from 78,263 acres in 2005 to 59,090 acres, according to a study released today by the federal-state Chesapeake Bay Program. (PR Newswire)

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