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Controlling Light Could Leave Toxic Algae Dead in The Water: Researchers

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While vacationing in Canada’s Rocky Mountains several years ago, Rebecca North was looking for a peaceful break from her work as a water researcher at...

New Research Shows More Nitrogen Enters Streams than Expected

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New research by a scientific collaboration, led by the USDA Forest Service, shows that more nitrogen from rain and snow is making it to...

Long-Term Study of Conservation Tillage Unearths Nutrient Transport Changes

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A new study from the American Society of Agronomy has detailed how the switch to conservation tillage has impacted a southwestern Ohio lake over...

Ostara to Provide City of Atlanta with Nutrient Recovery Facility

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Vancouver-based Ostara Nutrient Recovery Technologies, Inc. has announced its partnership with the City of Atlanta Department of Watershed Management to install and operate a...

Scientists Develop Rapid Test for Soil Nitrogen

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Nitrogen is an essential nutrient for healthy agricultural crops, but when applied in excess can result in negative impacts to surface and groundwater sources. Most...

Industry Funding Renewed for Fertilizer Best Management Practices

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The North American fertilizer industry has pledged $6 million to continue research on ways that farmers can strengthen fertilizer best management practices (BMPs) to reduce...

Mudsnails Provide Water Quality Indicators

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A tiny snail could be a big help to researchers measuring water quality along the U.S. and Canadian Atlantic coast. Eastern mudsnails live in coastal...

Ont. Environmental Commissioner Releases 2017 GHGs Progress Report

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The Office of the Environmental Commissioner of Ontario (ECO) has released its annual Greenhouse Gas Progress Report for 2017, Ontario’s Climate Act: From Plan...

Selkirk, Man. Invests in Wastewater Project to Protect Red River, Lake...

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The City of Selkirk, Manitoba hosted an open house on Wednesday, September 6th, to share details of its new Waste Water Treatment Plant (WWTP)...

New Research Suggests Smaller Wetlands Capture More Nutrients

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A new study conducted by researchers at the University of Waterloo, has found that smaller, distributed wetland areas are more effective at nutrient capture. Biogeochemical...

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