2-10-10: Measuring the Biological Effects of Development

February 9, 2010 at 6:42 pm 1 comment

About 17,000 acres of open space in Maryland are lost to new development each year, according to the smart growth advocacy organization 1,000 Friends of Maryland. A new study co-authored by UMBC professor Matthew Baker describes a new way of understanding the impact of such development on freshwater streams in Maryland. Its findings are sobering. Nathan talks to Professor Baker.

Professor Baker’s study

Science Centric on Professor Baker’s study

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  • 1. margherita pryor  |  March 25, 2010 at 11:00 am

    what was the music you played at the end of the segment with Dr. Baker?

    P.S. I enjoyed the interview also, but really liked that music!


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