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Brent Davis 24m
Road salt run-off is fouling freshwater ecosystems, including here in , new maps from illustrate:
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OHSoilHealth Program 46m
Dr. Jed Stinner frm talks abt research network with 100 monitoring points on 40 fields across Ohio at Agronomyfieldday in Wood Co.
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TAMU AgLifeSciences 1h
The Southern Region Water Conference will be held July 23-25 in College Station to address the value of water and . Get more information:
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PHCPPros 1h
Is America's drinking water safe? talks aging infrastructure and how it's putting us at risk in his latest column:
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ICPRB 1h
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American Water Works Association 19h
Did you know your water utility publishes a consumer confidence report annually? Well, they do and it should be available by July 1. Read more about CCRs on .
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NCRWN 18h
Take part in the Matters Tour! "See the issues more clearly and join the conversations as we tour large and small dairy farms to learn about local farmer-led initiatives and dive deeper into the issues affecting rural and urban areas."
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Mix Andrist Jun 18
My tap water in SF suddenly tastes terrible. Anybody else?
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9 & 10 News 4h
Yesterday was a big day for environmentalists concerned about preserving water quality in Northern Michigan. Take a look at the topics they considered important at the 2nd Annual Clean Water Symposium in Glen Arbor.
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Tiffany Messer 17h
Awesome first day at Holmes Lake doing lake mapping!
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Bradley County Stormwater Jun 16
Happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there who care for their kids AND Water Quality!!
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Chloe Bench 22h
Dissertation STARTED! So scary but so exciting 😰😃 9 hours in and I’m ready for gin 🍸
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Lizeth Torres Jun 18
Installation of a monitoring station and data collection in a MDA of Guanajuato.
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Merrin Macrae 18h
Super day in the field learning about the potential for on-farm wetlands to improve
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Mike Koschak Jun 18
The low gradient condition of Mission Creek already limits the habitat potential of this stream; cattle access to the stream makes it worse. Proper fencing and a buffer is needed to prevent the fish and invert habitats from being further degraded.
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Envirotech 9h
Practical Environmental Statistics and Data Analysis - a must for any environmental professionals to take the uncertainty out of issues affecting the global environment 📗
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Reg Varney Jun 14
Made do-able by how quickly and easily you can install them and get them up and running eh? 👍👍👍
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Dr. Matthew Berg 21h
Even after the water goes down after , that’s not the end of it. Getting back to your home poses all sorts of challenges
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City of Dearborn Heights 24h
The City of is proud to announce that we met or exceeded all federal and state standards for drinking during 2018. Read the full report at .
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ENPRESS Jun 19
Many states are now dealing with damage from PFAS contamination.
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