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September 19, 2011

SMRC/NOAA collaboration on local effects of Hurricane Irene featured in the Washington Post

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Ashburn, Virginia September 19, 2011 – In collaboration with the NOAA Environmental Visualization Laboratory, S M Resources Corporation (SMRC) released data on the effects of hurricane Irene and tropical storm Lee on water quality in the Chesapeake Bay.

Featured in the Washington Post on September 14, 2011, the data depict the huge influx of fertilizers, manure, garbage, and other suspended matter washed into the Chesapeake Bay from the surrounding the costal regions by the more than 32" of rain brought on by the two storms.

Find the Washington Post Article here.

About S M Resources Corporation
Founded in 1991, S M Resources Corporation (SMRC) focuses exclusively on solving our nation's most pressing, complex challenges. From helping the U.S. military test environmental, chemical, and biological instruments to facilitating the Federal Emergency Management Agency's (FEMA) medical response tobiological and chemical agents to facilitating NOAA's assessment of climate vulnerability, the company has been on the ground, immersed in the issue. Entering its 21st year in business, SMRC offers mission critical solutions in science, technology, and engineering.

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