[USA] Dixon wants to take a closer look at a new potential use for its wastewater treatment facility. Lance Schideman, an assistant Continue reading Dixon interested in new technology for wastewater treatment facility
As ponds, rivers, and lakes around Illinois begin to thaw, evidence of “Winter fish kill” becomes more apparent. Around the state, people are seeing a large number of dead fish, and the Illinois Department of Natural Resources says the higher numbers are a result of a harsh winter… Continue reading Illinois’ Fish Population Takes Hit After Harsh Winter
The Baltic is the world’s youngest sea. Formed just 10-15,000 years ago from melting glaciers, it is the planet’s second largest body of brackish water and a unique ecosystem. Unfortunately, for a comparatively small sea it suffers a great deal from human activity… Continue reading Phosphorus in the world’s youngest sea
SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA — (Marketwired) — 04/01/14 — Sacramento area high school students presented their proposals at the final competition of the Caring for Our Watersheds (CFW) contest – a joint program of Agrium… Continue reading Caring for our Watersheds Announces 2014 Contest Winners
More than 40 years after passage of the Clean Water Act, US waterways still face significant challenges. However, several cleanup success stories offer hope that remediation is possible… Continue reading Cleaning up US waterways: 5 success stories
[USA] Most people are familiar with coral reefs, but very few have ever heard of their algal equivalent –rhodolith beds. Yet, these Continue reading Revealed for the first time: the surprising biodiversity of algae ‘reefs’
When people think of Shackleton’s expeditions in Antarctica they probably think of bravery, determination and adventure. Well, I think of algae.
Members of Shackleton’s Nimrod Expedition of 1907-1909 collected freshwater algae samples at many of… Continue reading Finding algae: Scientist follows in the scientific footsteps of Shackleton expedition
While there are plenty of jokes that could be made about lawmakers debating a bill about fertilizer, it’s no laughing matter to environmentalists and to farmers. Statehouse correspondent Karen Kasler reports on a debate over… Continue reading Environmentalists and Farmers Sound Off on Fertilizer Rules Aimed at Stemming Algal Blooms
GROVER HILL, Ohio — As northwest Ohioans pack away their winter clothing and await the arrival of blooming flowers, fruits, and vegetables, the state’s agriculture industry is gearing up for the dawn of a new era in… Continue reading Fight against algae in full swing
[22nd, Apr 2012] Discovery – a sustainable zero emission city. Discovery: Abu Dabi, a city with zero carbon emission.
Continue reading Discovery – Zero Emission City