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Modesto may have found an environmentally friendly way to capitalize on the adage that one person’s trash is another’s treasure.
The city could sell the algae that grows in its roughly 1,000 acres of sewer Continue reading Modesto considers turning pond scum into cash
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For hydrology professor Jun Xu of Louisiana State University, the issues plaguing University Lake — like shallow depth, pollutant accumulation and excess sediment and nutrients — could be water under the gate.
Xu and his graduate students study the quality of several major Louisiana bodies of water, including University Lake, the Continue reading University professor researches water quality of University Lake