Sunday, July 01, 2007

More Thoughts About What All the Estuary Reports and Studies Mean

The report from the Connecticut Council on Environmental Quality the other day is the third of three recent alarms about Long Island Sound's problems, the Hartford Courant points out, here. The others are the National Estuary Program report, which said the Sound was in poor conditions (here) and the Long Island Sound Study biennial report, which said we still need to spend a lot of money to restore the Sound (here).

Speaking of the National Estuary Program report, activists and scientists in New Jersey are annoyed because they think EPA rated Barnegat Bay too highly -- fair, when it should be rated poor, they say. There's a good overview of what they think, here, in the Asbury Park Press.

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