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28 FRIDAY, MAY 30- MONDAY, JUNE 2, 2008 NEWS cape Gazette SUBMITTED PHOTO MIKE RHODE, A GRADUATE STUDENT at the College of Marine and Earth Studies, collects samples at Massey's Landing in order to determine the number of juvenile fish. Rhode will discuss his project at the Friday, June 6 Center for the Inland Bays committee meeting. Water quality buffers topic of June 6 Inland Bays meeting The Center for the Inland Bays will hold a meeting of its Scien- tific and Technical Advisory Committee at 9 a.m., Friday, June 6, in Room 104 of the Cannon Lab at the University of Delaware College of Marine & Earth Studies campus in Lewes. The agenda will include rec- ommendations for water quality buffers, and presentations on the migration of young fish and the development of water quality models for use in policy deci- sions. The public is invited. Chris Bason, Center for the In- land Bays (CIB) science coordi- nator, will review the science be- hind water quality buffers. Buffers are a highly effective and cost-efficient way to reduce pol- lution to the bays and protect their wetland ecosystems. Recommendations for alterna- tive buffer systems will be pre- sented and means for their im- plementation will be discussed. Also of interest to the public will be two presentations by Uni- versity of Delaware graduate stu- dents Aditya Sood and Mike Rhode. The bays are nursery grounds for millions of young fish. Rhode will discuss his research on the numbers and timing of young fish entering Indian River and Roosevelt Inlet. Sood, a fellow with the Insti- tute of Soil and Environmental Quality, will discuss a framework for integrating water quality and water use data to develop recom- mendations for sustainable de- velopment in the Millsboro Pond watershed. For more information, contact Sally Boswell CIB education and outreach coordinator, at 226- 8105. WELCOME BACK TO THE BEST HAPPY HOUR AT THE BEACH 4.7 000.y 1/4 lb. Spiced Shrimp- 7 Wings 50e Steamed Clams  Miller Lite l)rafts. ,1  Miller Lite Bottles - 82.50 Miller Chill Bottles - S8 Bison Burgers, Steaks r Sliders New England Lobster Rolls OPEN Wed - i: 4PM Sat- Sun: Noon "Sunday " $35 per person Live music and other surprises; For information and tickets, call Tickets are available at the Lewes Bank DE gtmB IImlBl/t EVERY HOIIR I