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Seaplane Pilots Create an AIS Inspection Program
Pacific Northwest seaplane pilots created a program that allows pilots to perform their own invasive species inspections in an effort to keep aquatic invasive species out of Montana bodies of water. ... more >>

Richardson Bay Agency Considers Eelgrass Protection Anchorage
The Richardson’s Bay Regional Agency is exploring a plan that would create a designated anchoring zone to protect eelgrass beds. ... more >>

Scientists Find Underwater Plants Can Combat Ocean Acidification
Carbon dioxide emissions are making the oceans more acidic. As we pump carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, a portion dissolves into the world’s oceans. Once there, the carbon dioxide goes through a series of chemical changes that have an acidifying effect on seawater. ... more >>

Mechanical Harvesting Removed 6,000 lbs of Invasive Eurasian Milfoil in Two Hours
Invasive weed management is an ongoing process on Black Lake in St. Lawrence County, New York. On one September afternoon, the Black Lake Association harvested roughly 6,000 pounds of invasive wet weeds in less than two hours. ... more >>

20,000 Carp to Clean Polluted Ulhas River
Locals from Ulhasnagar along with non-government organizations have released fish in Ulhas river to save it from pollution. Saguna Rural foundation along with locals released 20 thousand grass carp and silver carp fishes across the river. ... more >>

Chinese Dams Unleash Water On Mekong River
China has unleashed water during the river’s normal dry season by opening dams on the Mekong Rivers that further threaten the aquatic life and people in Laos. ... 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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