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University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
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  • Map predicts how climate change will feel in the city where you live by matching with a future climate twin.

University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
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  • Tune into Science Friday around 3:20 p.m. EST to learn about Matt Fitzpatrick's climate mapping application.

University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
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  • Find out why are blue crabs dancing this #ValentinesDay:

University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
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  • Use this climate-analog mapping application to visualize how climate change may affect the lives of a large portion of the populations of the US and Canada. This app developed by Matt Fitzpatrick from UMCES Appalachian Lab hopes to enlighten the public on how they personally will be affected by climate change, within a generation. https://fitzlab.shinyapps.io/cityapp/

University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
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  • Feeling crabby this Valentines Day? đź’ž Find out how Maryland blue crabs attract their mates:

University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
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  • “Within the lifetime of children living today, the climate of many regions is projected to change from the familiar to conditions unlike those experienced in the same place by their parents, grandparents, or perhaps any generation in millennia,” said UMCES’ Matt Fitzpatrick on his latest paper’s findings.
    “Many cities could experience climates with no modern equivalent in North America.”
    https://www.umces.edu/news/climate-north-american-cities-will-shift-hundreds-miles-one-generation

University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
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  • UMCES scientist Matt Fitzpatrick says you'll have to travel south about 500 miles to find out how your hometown will feel at the end of the 21st century.

University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
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  • By the 2080s, the climate experienced in many North American cities is projected to change to that of locations hundreds of miles away—or to a new climate unlike any found in North America today.

University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
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  • 2019 Knauss Fellow Maureen Brooks encourages girls interested in STEM to follow their passions and seek opportunities. Read more about the Knauss fellows and the impact they hope to make throughout their fellowship:
    #WomenInScienceDay

University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
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  • “Diversity in science results in innovative problem solving that is representative of all users.”- Melanie Jackson, 2019 Knauss Fellow, on why diversity in science is important.
    #WomenInScienceDay Maryland Sea Grant

University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
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  • In an effort to interest more girls in STEM, Cat Stylinski is exploring using virtual reality to promote scientific careers. Happy International Day of Women in Science!
    #InternationalDayOfWomenInScience
    #WomenInSTEM

University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
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  • The "Wave of Plastic" partnership between UMCES' Chesapeake Biological Laboratory and Appalachian Laboratory, Calvert County Public Schools, and St. Mary’s County Public Schools will create a middle school curriculum to educate students on the relationship between actions on land and plastic debris in waterways and provide professional development to support outdoor and in-classroom learning.

University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
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  • In case you missed it! Sign up for our monthly Environmental Insights newsletter for the latest science behind the news.

University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
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  • The Appalachian Laboratory’s Watershed Moments Community Learning Series will be the topic on tonight’s “Community Matters” program on WFWM Public Radio. If you’re in the Frostburg area, listen to the broadcast at 5:30pm on 91.9 to learn more about the series.
    https://www.facebook.com/163497260366660/posts/1982050988511269/

University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
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  • The next generation of scientific leaders are already busy solving environmental puzzles. Get to know doctoral student Katie Martin in our latest Environmental Insights newsletter.

University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
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  • Have you seen our latest news? UMCES is part a multi-institution partnership to study climate change and human health. Find out more in our latest Environmental Insights newsletter.

University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
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  • Battling plastic, restoring wetlands, and more in the latest Environmental Insights newsletter from UMCES.

University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
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  • UMCES received funding from NOAA's Bay Watershed Education and Training program for their partnership focused on educating students in Southern Maryland on the connections between actions on land, plastic pollution in local waterways, and the Chesapeake Bay.

University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
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  • Over 30 years of data showed that continued management practices have led to a 23% reduction in nutrient pollution in the Chesapeake Bay. This improvement may have helped underwater grasses return to the Chesapeake Bay for the first time in 45 years.

University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
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  • Don Boesch has been named a Environmental Fellow with the Walton Family Foundation. He will be creating a science-based vision for restoring Louisiana's coasts that have been lost to natural disasters, sea-level rise, and straightjacketing of the Mississippi.

University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
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  • "Wave of Plastic" is the educational program focused on teaching Southern Maryland students how plastic pollution in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed is connected to actions on land. This three-year partnership between Chesapeake Biological Laboratory, Appalachian Laboratory and public schools will create a new middle school curriculum unit about plastic marine debris will allow students to study the degradation of plastics in the environment, research the impacts of plastic on marine ecosystems and discover land-to-water pathways for plastic.

University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
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  • UMCES Chesapeake Biological Laboratory is partnering with restaurants on Solomons Island in hopes of reducing plastic waste. Scientists are working with restaurants to switch single-use straws and take-out containers to compostable and biodegradable products.

University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
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  • Marshes, swamps and bogs oh my! Do you know the difference between all these types of wetlands? Learn about wetlands and their importance for World Wetlands Day.

University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
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  • Wetlands are important for housing unique plants and animals, absorbing carbon, improving water quality, and protecting coastlines. Lorie Staver is monitoring marshes, a type of wetland, in an effort to restore Poplar Island's habitat. Learn more about the restoration in celebration of World Wetlands Day

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