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Tag: phosphorus

New economic model finds wetlands provide billions in filtration value

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Southern Ontario wetlands provide $4.2 billion worth of sediment filtration and phosphorus removal services each year, keeping drinking water sources clean and helping to...

Phosphorus in Aquatic Systems

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Phosphorus (P), an important element in all biochemical reactions, is an essential nutrient for all life forms on the planet. At the base of...

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...

Government of Ontario Makes Investment to Protect Lake Simcoe

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The Ontario government announced that it is investing $581,000 in four new projects to help find better ways to reduce the amount of pollutants,...

New Funding to Help Improve Water Quality in Lake Erie and...

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The governments of Canada and Ontario will be committing additional funding to help improve water quality in the Lake Erie and Lake St. Clair...

IJC Finds Increased Phosphorus in Lake Erie from Ont.

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According to new research commissioned by the International Joint Commission (IJC), between 2007 and 2012, the amount of commercial fertilizer applied to agricultural watersheds...

Managing Reservoirs for Water Quality Could Help Toxic Algal Blooms

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According to new research from the University of Waterloo, managing reservoirs for water quality, not just flood control, could be part of the solution...

Bishop Water Technologies and Neo Chemicals & Oxides Introduce Solution to...

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Bishop Water Technologies and Neo Chemicals & Oxides have launched a new rare earth-based coagulant in Canada. According to Bishop Water Technologies, this solution can...

Retrofit to Winnipeg’s Largest Sewage Treatment Plant Could Protect Lake Winnipeg

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On World Water Day, the Lake Winnipeg Foundation and the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) released a report recommending an interim retrofit to Winnipeg’s largest...

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...

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