[E–pub/E–book] The Chesapeake: An Environmental Biography (Maryland Historical Society) author John R. Wennersten
Part of the problem in dealing with public perceptions about Chesapeake Bay is that people think it will last forever This obviously is not true As oceanographer Jerry Schubel has noted twenty thousand years ago No Chesapeake Bay no Chesapeake Bay that time There have been other beginnings endings other Chesapeake Bays As we look to End of nature In the years
SINCE THE CIVIL WAR AND MOST the Civil War and most World War II we have brought about changes literally altering and a ood deal of the bay's ecosystem As theologians tell us we cannot have a cheap race Neither can the bay have a future worthy of its name as an overused polluted and derelict seascape. ,
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