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Scott Dance

Scott Dance writes about the environment and the weather. Since joining The Sun in 2012, he has covered snowstorms and hurricanes, crabs and oysters. His award-winning 2017 series "Power struggle" detailed how a green energy subsidy program benefits polluting industries. He has two degrees from the University of Maryland and is a Timonium native.
Maryland weather: Drought may be developing across much of Baltimore region

Less than a year after marking its wettest 365-day period on record, much of the Baltimore region is considered "abnormally dry," a precursor to drought.

As Canadian company defies fish harvest cap, Maryland advocates worry of impact on striped bass, other species

Omega Protein has signaled it will ignore a menhaden harvest quota, raising concern for the declining striped bass population that feeds on menhaden.

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