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Russell Hill receives Regents Award for Mentoring

Professor Russell Hill, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science (UMCES) faculty member and director of the Institute of Marine and Environmental Technology (IMET),

OysterFutures project kicks off discussions about fishing and restoration

A collaborative project to develop consensus on recommendations for oyster fishing practices and restoration in the Choptank and Little Ch

Chemical fingerprints lead scientists to origin of bats killed by wind turbines

Wind energy is a growing alternative to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the combustion of fossil fuels.

“Chesapeake Bay 101” science for non-scientists

Laying the groundwork: The science behind the decision-making

Since its founding, the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science’s work has lead to groundbreaking discoveries that have changed the way we think about our environment. The pace continues today as cutting-edge research focuses on important issues—from turning algae into biofuel to predicting the impact of climate change—to provide a scientific foundation key to planning for our state and nation's future.