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Lake Champlain’s Spring Flooding
Lake Champlain Basin Program Manager Bill Howland say’s that a visual confirmation of pollution is the brown plume seen along the shoreline. Not only is the sediment which contains phosphorus; one of the necessary nutrients for algae blooms, a problem, but the logs and debris that have been washed into the lake are being tossed on the shoreline with each wave, increase the amount of erosion that is happening.

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North Dakota Already Planning for Summer Aquatic Nuisance Species Monitoring - Officials in North Dakota are already in the planning stages of monitoring for aquatic nuisance species, or ANS in the state. Aquatic nuisance species are defined as animals, plants and diseases that are not native to North Dakota and have the likelihood of becoming well-established if introduced.


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