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Beachwalkers wanted for coast and seabird survey

The San Juan Journal 22 May 2022
The COASST training provides participants with the tools to monitor for potential changes in the marine environment and promote stewardship of local marine resources ... By collaborating with community members, natural resource management agencies and environmental organizations, ...
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45th Security Forces Squadron Enhances Installation Security With Marine Patrol

Space Coast Daily 22 May 2022
45th Security Forces Squadron marine patrolmen train on maritime operations at Patrick Space Force Base, Fla., April 14, 2022. Twelve defenders graduated the National Association of State Boating Law Administrators boat crew member course certifying them as marine patrolmen.
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Building a shared future for all life

The Malta Independent 22 May 2022
The project's scientists are raising further awareness of the risks and necessary mitigation against plastic pollution, exploitation of marine resources and the effects of climate change in order to maintain and reactivate the marine ecosystem and Natura 2000 protected sites.
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Marine Trades Association reports on-the-job trainee success

The Star Democrat 22 May 2022
Cason was working in construction and completing a program at the College of Southern Maryland when he expressed to a CSM career resource counselor his desire to work in the marine industry ... For more information about the Marine Trades Association of Maryland, visit mtam.org.
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N.C. Wildlife Federation calls for wildlife photos, scholarship apps, hero nominations

News & Record 22 May 2022
Categories include Conservationist, Wildlife Conservationist, Sportsman or Sportswoman, Land Conservationist, Water Conservationist, Forest Conservationist, Marine Resources, Environmental Educator, Young Conservationist, Legislator, Conservation Organization, Business Conservationist, and Natural Resources Agency or Scientist of the Year.
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Crab population in the Bay down for third consecutive year

The Star Democrat 22 May 2022
ANNAPOLIS — The population of blue crabs in the bay went down for its third consecutive year. According to the Maryland Department of Resources and the Virginia Institute of Marine Science, the findings of the downturn were announced in the 2022 Baywide Blue Crab Winter Dredge Survey ... .
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State House Dome: Parking garage survives after heavy lift

Union Leader 22 May 2022
IT SURE LOOKS LIKE the Legislature will be getting a new parking garage for lawmakers kitty corner to the State House, but it wasn’t easy. The final agreement also gave Gov ... deadline Thursday ... The one exception was what upset state Rep ... State Rep ... Tim Lang, R-Sanbornton, chairman of the House Fish and Game and Marine Resources Committee, to replace him.
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Survey: Chesapeake’s crab population at lowest since 1990

Federal News Radio 20 May 2022
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources’ annual winter dredge survey, a cooperative effort with the Virginia Institute of Marine Science, estimated that 227 million crabs are living in the nation’s largest estuary, down from 282 million in 2021.
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NCWF call for scholarship applications, award nominations and wildlife photos

Reflector 20 May 2022
Categories include Conservationist, Wildlife Conservationist, Sportsman or Sportswoman, Land Conservationist, Water Conservationist, Forest Conservationist, Marine Resources, Environmental Educator, Young Conservationist, Legislator, Conservation Organization, Business Conservationist, and Natural Resources Agency or Scientist of the Year.
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More Filipinos fishing on Pag-asa Island

The Manila Times 20 May 2022
"Through our continuous modernization, we ensure that our kababayan can freely explore our marine resources while protecting our marine environment for the future generations," he said ... It reiterated that the island is "an integral part of the Philippines over which it has sovereignty and jurisdiction." ... ....
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Survey: Chesapeake's crab population at lowest since 1990

Winona Daily News 20 May 2022
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources’ annual winter dredge survey, a cooperative effort with the Virginia Institute of Marine Science, estimated that 227 million crabs are living in the nation's largest estuary, down from 282 million in 2021.
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Chesapeake Bay’s blue crab population at lowest since 1990, annual dredge survey says

The Virginian-Pilot 20 May 2022
ANNAPOLIS, Md ... The Maryland Department of Natural Resources’ annual winter dredge survey, a cooperative effort with the Virginia Institute of Marine Science, estimated that 227 million crabs are living in the nation’s largest estuary, down from 282 million in 2021 ... .
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Chesapeake blue crab abundance falls to lowest level since scientists began tracking the population in 1990

Finger Lakes Times 20 May 2022
Blue crabs are estimated to number 229 million across both Maryland and Virginia waters, a third consecutive year-over-year decline, according to the survey, a cooperative effort of the Maryland Department of Natural Resources and the Virginia Institute of Marine Sciences.
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Chesapeake blue crab falls to lowest level since scientists began tracking it in 1990

Penn Live 20 May 2022
Blue crabs are estimated to number 229 million across both Maryland and Virginia waters, a third consecutive year-over-year decline, according to the survey, a cooperative effort of the Maryland Department of Natural Resources and the Virginia Institute of Marine Sciences.
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Business Milestones

News & Record 20 May 2022
Categories include Conservationist, Wildlife Conservationist, Sportsman or Sportswoman, Land Conservationist, Water Conservationist, Forest Conservationist, Marine Resources, Environmental Educator, Young Conservationist, Legislator, Conservation Organization, Business Conservationist, and Natural Resources Agency or Scientist of the Year.

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