The green, slimy algae commonly found coating streambeds may threaten more than unsteady waders. New research from Dartmouth College and
Copyright Michael R. Martin Researchers in Australia examined the effect of prolonged draught on water quality in freshwater systems.
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Although pesticide levels seldom exceeded human health benchmarks, pesticides continue to be a concern for aquatic life in many U.S.
A strange green organism has spread around the globe, clogging up the world’s rivers http://www.bbc.com/earth/story/20140922-green-snot-takes-over-worlds-rivers Presented by Larry O’Hanlon Has
Bubbles coming from freshwater sources, new research suggests, may be a key and currently unaccounted for source of methane, the
BY Yereth Rosen, Anchorage Daily NewsRock snot, a slimy-looking algae that vexes salmon and salmon fishermen, is not an alien