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Research on Fighting Starry Stonewort Yields Limited Success
Researchers from the Minnesota Aquatic Invasive Species Center have studying how to combat starry stonewort , which has been spread to 11 lakes across the state. They found that a combination of mechanical harvesting and algaecide greatly reduced the biomass of the plants in the treated area. And it was more effective than chemical treatment alone. ... more >>

Weed Harvesters Aide in Hydro-power Production
Nearly 95% of Malawi's power is generated by hydropower on the Shire River, but sedimentation and weed infestation hinder efficiency. Today MCC Principal Deputy Vice President Kyeh Kim joined U.S. Embassy Lilongwe Ambassador Virginia Palmer to celebrate the commissioning and hand-over of two new weed harvesters by MCA-Malawi to the Electricity Generation Company Malawi Limited. These harvesters, manufactured and supplied by Aquarius Systems in Wisconsin, will help to improve the generation capacity of Malawi's hydro-power plants. ... more >>

Swedish University Marine Biologists Show How the Plastics Industry is Leaking Microplastics
In a recent study published by University of Gothenburg, Sweden, researchers investigated how pellets have spread in a coastal region of western Sweden. ... more >>

Galápagos Fighting the Rising Tide of Plastic Pollution
The emblematic Ecuadorian archipelago, Galápagos Islands, which inspired Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution, is no stranger to the global plastic tide. The garbage that washes up on the islands’ beaches threatens vulnerable ecosystems, as well as the people who depend on those ecosystems for their food and livelihoods. ... more >>

Detergent Waste Chokes Yamuna
Lack of standards -- or rather their enforcement -- has ensured that manufacturers don't act scientifically when it comes to phosphate in their products. ... more >>

World's Biggest Seafood Companies Must Address Lost Fishing Gear
An estimated 5-30% of the decline in some fish stocks can be attributed to ghost gear, which can take up to 600 years to decompose. ... more >>

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