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Aquarius Systems’ Trash Hunters Aid in the Removal of Marine Debris
DC Water pioneered the skimmer boat cleaning process back in 1992. The program has been an enormous success, with roughly 400—500 tons of trash removed from the waterways of the District of Columbia every year. ... more >>

An Amphibious Excavator is the Shoreline Management Solution
The unique characteristics of the Aquarius Systems’ AE-12 Amphibious Excavator is what makes is the perfect equipment for this light dredging and shoreline management project. ... more >>

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E-Newsletter
July 2020
More People Than Ever Appreciate Lakes ... more >>

June 2020
America’s Killer Lawns ... more >>

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News
Phosphorus is Vanishing from the Soil but is Reappearing in Waterways
Phosphorus is increasingly being lost from soils all around the world which is devastating for food production. Due to erosion, much of that phosphorus is flushed into wetland and water bodies which is devastating to waterways. ... more >>

Great Lakes Fish Populations at Risk from Low Nutrient Levels
As algal blooms flourish on the edges of the Great Lakes, lake management bodies look to cut down the flow of nutrients into the water that feeds the algae. But, as a recent report by the International Joint Commission explains, not all parts of the lakes suffer from too many nutrients — in fact, the deeper offshore waters aren’t getting enough. ... more >>

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Resources
Strategic Analysis of Aquatic Plant Management in Wisconsin
The Department of Natural Resources has completed a Strategic Analysis of Aquatic Plant Management in Wisconsin, summarizing current information on APM and potential management alternatives. The Strategic Analysis report will help inform decision-makers and the public about this topic and aid in the development of future APM policy. ... more >>

What is a Lake Vegetation Management Plan?
A Lake Vegetation Management Plan (LVMP) of the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) may authorize a variance from the provisions of an Aquatic Plant Management (APM) permit under certain circumstances to control invasive species, protect or improve aquatic resources, provide riparian access, and enhance recreational use on public waters. ... more >>

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Water Management Associations
Nebraska Lakes Association
The Nebraska Lakes Association is an organization dedicated to addressing the issues private lake associations manage. From boating concerns to environmental issues, the Association has a wealth of information to share with private lake residents and Lake Associations. ... more >>

Minnesota Waters
Minnesota Waters is a statewide organization dedicated to protecting and improving the health of our state’s lakes and rivers, by engaging and empowering citizens, agencies and policymakers. Minnesota Waters provides the training, connections and support to empower citizens to take action to save our lakes and rivers. ... more >>

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Greehouse Gas Feedback Loop Discovered in Freshwater Lakes - Up to 77% of the methane emissions from an individual lake are the result of the organic matter shed primarily by plants that grow in or near the water. This matter gets buried in the sediment found toward the edge of lakes, where it is consumed by communities of microbes. Methane gets generated as a byproduct, which then bubbles up to the surface.


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