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It's Not Accidental
Episode 6329th August 2017 • Turning the Tide, Saving the Chesapeake Bay • Chesapeake Bay Foundation
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CBF President Will Baker talks with esteemed estuarine scientist Walter Boynton about trends in the Bay's health.

Learn more about the state of the Bay, progress of pollution reduction throughout the Bay watershed, the role of the Chesapeake Bay Program, and the impact of climate change on the Bay.

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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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