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Greehouse Gas Feedback Loop Discovered in Freshwater Lakes
A new study of chemical reactions that occur when organic matter decomposes in freshwater lakes has revealed that the debris from trees suppresses production of methane - while debris from plants found in reed beds actually promotes this harmful greenhouse gas.

As vegetation in and around bodies of water continues to change, with forest cover being lost while global warming causes wetland plants to thrive, the many lakes of the northern hemisphere - already a major source of methane - could almost double their emissions in the next fifty years.





 
 


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Invasive Carp to Be Removed From Lake Minnetonka - Over the next 10 years, the watershed will focus on removing carp from 14 lakes that drain in Lake Minnetonka. Efforts to create carp barriers are also going to be rolled out, as well as other measures that will help improve water quality and wildlife habitat.Over the next 10 years, the watershed will focus on removing carp from 14 lakes that drain in Lake Minnetonka. Efforts to create carp barriers are also going to be rolled out, as well as other measures that will help improve water quality and wildlife habitat.


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