WATERSHEDS ARTICLES

NOAA, partners forecast 'dead zone' conditions in Gulf of Mexico, Chesapeake Bay

According to new research, scientists are expecting an average but still large hypoxic zone, or "dead zone," in the Gulf of Mexico this year, as well as a slightly above-average hypoxia i...

American Water announces 2014 Environmental Grant Award recipients

American Water has announced the recipients of its 2014 Environmental Grant Program awards.

Six states, DC recognized for progress in Chesapeake Bay cleanup

EPA has released its evaluations of the next round of actions that six states and the District of Columbia have committed to undertake in order to reduce nutrient and sediment pollution to their lo...

Nutrient recovery technologies help Canada water pollution control plant reclaim phosphorus

The City of Portage la Prairie's Water Pollution Control Facility is implementing a pilot program to evaluate innovative technologies that help manage nutrient loads treated at the facility.

Movement of carbon in large U.S. rivers affected by reservoirs, finds study

A new study conducted by U.S. Geological Survey scientists has found that a combination of climate and human activities (diversion and reservoirs) controls the movement of carbon in two large weste...

Agreement signed to restore, protect Chesapeake Bay Watershed

On Monday, June 16, the Chesapeake Executive Council signed the Chesapeake Bay Watershed Agreement, committing Chesapeake Bay Program partners to a set of interrelated goals to advance the restorat...

Stanford pioneers use of satellites to provide picture of underground water

In a development that could revolutionize the management of precious groundwater around the world, researchers at Stanford have pioneered the use of satellites to accurately measure levels of water...

IBM collaboration targets watershed management improvements with big data

Researchers and urban planners can now develop more sophisticated tools to help predict floods, safeguard drinking water supplies and forecast impacts of growth and urbanization on ecosystems thank...

New study provides first global look of Earth's water-stressed cities

A team of scientists working at the Socio-environmental Synthesis Center surveyed and mapped water sources of more than 500 cities globally, providing the first global look at the water infrastruct...

Agricultural producers to receive $33M in USDA funding to improve water quality

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has announced that it will provide $33 million in assistance to farmers and ranchers to make conservation improvements that will improve water quality in 174 wate...

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