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Infographic: Ohio Passes Farm Regulations to Stop Lake Erie Toxic Algae

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Ohio passes its first regulations on farm practices and wastewater discharges since the Toledo drinking water crisis eight months ago.

U.S. EPA Avoids Stricter Water Pollution Standards for Gulf of Mexico

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Court decision makes it easier for EPA to leave nutrient pollution…

Seven Ohio Drinking Water Sources Don't Meet State Water Quality Standards for Toxic Algae

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Lack of testing requirements inhibits more thorough review of…

Harmful Algal Bloom Expands in Lake Erie

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Algal bloom season is here. These tools will help you keep track. A…

Scrubbing Rocks, and Other Things Scientists Do

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Basic scientific research is not glamorous. Photo Codi Kozacek…

Tundra Trekking: A Tale of Rivers and Ravenous Thermokarst

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On the tundra, climate change is just one careless step away.…

A Crash Course in Urban Watersheds

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Cities are ecosystems too. Image by Codi Kozacek/ Circle…

National Climate Assessment: Climate Change Pushing U.S. Toward Water Extremes

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The Southwest is drying out, while the Northeast is becoming…

Study: Army Corps of Engineers Release Ways to Keep Asian Carp Out of Great Lakes

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Plans to stop the invasive fish are costly, and most take more than 10 years to complete.

On the Trail of the Tiny & Troublesome Great Lakes Microplastic

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Circle of Blue reporter Codi Kozacek talks with scientists who…
Pharmaceuticals in the Water Systems Infographic

Who Will Pay for Disposal? Drug Companies Lose Against Local Governments in California and Washington

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Though there still is no continuous national program to properly dispose of the 10 to 40 percent of prescription and over-the-counter medications that go unused, a few local governments in California and Washington are leading the charge to find sustainable funding sources.