Brady Presents at Water Quality Forum, Boothbay Register Reports
The Boothbay Register reported Damian Brady, an assistant research professor in the University of Maine’s School of Marine Sciences at the Darling Marine Center and assistant director for research at Maine Sea Grant, spoke at a January public meeting of the Damariscotta River Association (DRA). The meeting was held to discuss the Damariscotta Estuary, its water quality and overall condition, according to the article. For his presentation, Brady used data from 1968 through 1977 compared to recent monitoring by Mary Jane Perry, interim director of the Darling Marine Center. The data showed dramatic temporal changes in phytoplankton blooms, the article states.