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Monthly Archives: October 2014

Restoring the Black Swamp to Save Lake Erie  By William J. Mitsch – Water Environment Federation Blog – September 4, 2014 The harmful algal blooms in western Lake Erie for the past few years and the toxic algae that caused Toledo … Continue reading

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Green growth: an operational tool (and GDP has had its day…)  By Carlo Carraro – International Center for Climate Governance – September 3, 2014 Let’s imagine a geography map. Let’s imagine a brown marker placed at one point on the map (the … Continue reading

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by Peg Bostwick, ASWM I’m one of those people who have been following climate change issues and science seriously for about a decade.  Not as a researcher, and it is not my primary occupation, but I’ve been paying attention.  And … Continue reading

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Karl Brooks: Comment on water rules  By Karl Brooks – The Wichita Eagle – September 22, 2014 When Congress passed the Clean Water Act in 1972, it didn’t just defend the mighty Mississippi or Missouri rivers from pollution. It also … Continue reading

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Drought Journal: Hope springs eternal By Peter Moyle and Rebecca M. Quiñones – California WaterBlog – September 21 201 In a severe drought, a cold, free-flowing stream is a marvel. This past summer, we traveled around Northern California looking for such streams. Our … Continue reading

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