Sources of toxic algae: farms, cities
It's phosphorus, a byproduct of sewage, fertilizers and manure. But which is to blame: treatment plants or farms?a A new federal report points the finger at both and has prompted new questions from Ohio researchers about how to reduce pollution and curb algae growth.a The U.S. Geological Survey report found that sewage-treatment plants in Detroit, ... (more)
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#1 Sep 5, 2011
Good info. I was wondering about the number of recent sightings of the ancient endangered great lakes sturgeon in Lake erie or any great lakes for that matter?
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