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Diamond Lake Chemical Treatment Caused Fish Kill
Michigan anglers are fed up with the way some area lake associations have amped up their aquatic plant treatments in recent years. ... more >>

Advanced Research on Lake George
Even on the calmest day, a lot goes on under the surface of Lake George. Solar-powered sensor platforms moored in the lake are helping scientists understand how much goes on below the surface, measuring the movement of currents, water pH, salinity, and whatever else interests researchers. ... more >>

Americans' Tap Water is Contaminated with Forever Chemicals
In towns and cities across the United States, Americans' tap water is contaminated with so-called forever chemicals -- and some are forced to live off bottled water. ... more >>

Manual Removal of Invasive Water Hyacinth Worries Environmentalists
A row has erupted between the leaders of Isingiro and Mbarara districts in western Uganda and the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) over a move to manually remove the invasive water hyacinth from River Rwizi. ... more >>

Chemical Turns Polluted Green Lakes Clear
Aluminum sulfate, or alum, is increasingly being used to fight algae blooms spurred by an over abundance of phosphorus from human activity. ... more >>

Debate Continues on Muck and Milfoil on Little Lake
Experts allege that the muck and dense vegetation on the bottom of Little Lake St. Catherine and the water body as a whole can be cleared up using aeration technologies, despite claims from state experts who say they have no proof that it will. ... more >>

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