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Amsterdam Trials Bubble Barrier to Clean River Waste
Amsterdam is trying out a “bubble barrier” to help remove plastic from the city’s canals by capturing trash hidden beneath the surface of the water. ... more >>

Research Project Studies Cultural, Economic Impacts of Ice Loss
Melting glaciers and rising sea levels are common examples of the effects of climate change. However, there has been far less research on how a warmer world affects people who need freshwater ice on lakes and rivers. ... more >>

Herbicide Weed Resistance Battle Must be Fought at Different Levels
When weeds begin showing resistance, it’s not a case of the herbicide changing the weed, it’s a simple “survival of the fittest” case, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service specialist. You have to rotate the things that work, otherwise they eventually won’t work. ... more >>

Thousands of Mysterious Holes Discovered on Seafloor Off California Coast
Many of the micro-depressions located on the seafloor off of the California coast contained exotic objects, including rocks, animal bones and bits of kelp. Meanwhile others contained different kinds of marine trash, such as fishing gear and plastic debris. ... more >>

Museum to be Created Featuring Underwater Debris
More than 275 relics — including a massive anchor, an electric iron and an antique coffee pot with its paint still intact — were removed from the canal’s Fourth Street Turning Basin as part of the waterway’s long-term clean up. ... more >>

Weed That Eats Glyphosate Discovered in Australia
Researchers have claimed a world first …. after discovering a tropical weed in Western Australia’s far north that literally eats glyphosate. ... more >>

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Sustained Harvesting Reduces Seed Bank - When the weed harvesting in Lake Hopatcong was operating at full capacity, there was a, "major reduction in the amount of weeds." When weed harvesting is sustained over a number of years it does help reduce that seed bank and the amount of vegetation in there.


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