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NH Dept Env Services Nov 14
What’s in your water? This time of year, biologists are processing hundreds of plankton samples that were collected over the past summer. This is a Leptodora, a native predatory zooplankter, which can get up to 12 mm long!
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NH Dept Env Services 6h
NHDES held a public hearing November 15, 2018 to receive comments on the proposed changes to the Instream Flow Program Rules. The comment period is open until November 26, 2018 at 4:00 pm. For more information click on the link:
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John Lieber 10h
Very disappointed the environmental commissioner of Ontario has been cut by . I'm extremely concerned his sights may land on the hard fought for and essential regulating body: Conservation Authorities.
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Matthew Allen Nov 12
Replying to @HarveyWins
Absolutely! 2000 was to "neo-soul" what 1959 was to "jazz." In that year, we were blessed w/ Aijuswanasing, Who Is Jill Scott, Voodoo, Mama's Gun & Like Water For Chocolate.
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NH Dept Env Services Nov 14
Replying to @NHDES
Their large eye helps them capture smaller zooplankton and are a favored snack for perch.
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Reini 8h
To know me is to know that I am passionate about our environment and MRWC, the all volunteer run organization in Fairfield dedicated to and on behalf of the . Please join me in...
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The General 19h
"Interests" kill the Gold Cup momentum in Ekiti... Wow! Sturvs of legends 😁
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Salmon-Safe B.C. Nov 5
These are 10 simple but effective actions we can take at home to protect our local ! Your yard is part of a watershed - and what goes there drains to a single point—a lake, stream, wetland, or even the ocean.
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Cape Tourism Connect 15h
Such an amazing story behind this place and what it has grown to. A must visit when , they have a store in too as well as an online shop.
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Nine Mile Run 14h
A new study published in "Proceedings of the National Academy of Science" finds that local groups have a positive impact on their local water quality:
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Colquitz Community Nov 14
How much can accumulate in a before discharging ? A study in Canada says the amount is shockingly low: via and
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Jamie McAleny Nov 10
Simpsons episode ‘they saved Lisa’s brain’ just shown on removed the word ‘shemales’ was this a issue or in the same political field in which Apu has been banned?
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World Bank Water Nov 13
Better approaches to water management are needed to address the world’s complex water challenges. A new report offers strategies for in the water sector:
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Ebrahim Ahmadisharaf Nov 10
Our recent paper in Journal of Hydrologic Engineering reviews 14 prevalent watershed models. Let me know if you'd like a copy.
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AbStewardshipNetwork Nov 13
'Local groups and municipalities are banding together for the betterment of Moose Lake' highlighting the collaborative and impactful nature of stewardship groups in via 💧💦 :
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Brodhead Watershed Nov 14
Support your local organization. Make a difference.
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Brian Johnson 17h
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EcoInternet Nov 12
Ohio's moment: How to fix Lake Erie algae: Grist | More w/ Eco-Search:
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McKayla Spencer Nov 12
watershed panel. First question concerning what can be learned between the islands different management plans.
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Simon Weir Nov 13
Dream Team
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