NOAA report – Chesapeake Bay had ‘favorable’ summer

According to a recent report from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, this summer was “favorable” for species in the Chesapeake Bay.

In the report, researchers said the bay experienced a “cooler-than-average summer” from June to August. The report used data from the past 20 years, and in addition to cooler temperatures, healthier oxygen levels were found in the bay’s water.

LINK (via The Virginia-Pilot)

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