It's Not Accidental

CBF President Will Baker talks with esteemed estuarine scientist Walter Boynton about trends in the Bay's health.

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Program Notes:

3:46    The 'Whole system' approach to ecology
7:35    Scientific signs that the Bay is turning the corner
9:40    Improvement to the Chesapeake Bay system is not accidental
15:17  Three things we can do as individuals continue to forward restoration of the Bay
17:55  The role of the Chesapeake Bay Program, our federal partner in the Bay restoration effort
22:27  Loss of funding for the Chesapeake Bay Journal
26:46  The impact of climate change on the Chesapeake Bay
33:46  Complex marine systems around the globe--what areas are seeing progress, what areas are being stressed, what can we learn?
36:00  How dead zones are changing in the Chesapeake Bay

 

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