University of Delaware invention provides natural control for harmful red tide algae.
Cyanobacteria Assessment Network (CyAN) Mobile app available for download in the Google Play™ store for Android™ devices.
Community reception introduces Evans, honors retiring Executive Director Clay Henderson.
The 18 drought resiliency grants will help communities in California, Colorado, Idaho, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oregon and Texas
Officials say more than 110 million gallons (416 million liters) of toxic stormwater has flowed north from Mexico since April.
Recognizes forward-thinking efforts to restore health of the Great Lakes.
Monitoring effort supports state’s initiative to combat potentially toxic blooms.
University of Toledo research identifies another potential -- and renewable -- tool to fight harmful algal blooms.
Project to improve storm and runoff forecasting, and significantly reduce flood risk though enhanced operations of New Bullards Bar and Oroville dams.
Agency asks for public input on draft interim recommendations for addressing groundwater contaminated with PFOA and PFOS.
A transcript of the WaterWorld Weekly Newscast for the week of April 29, 2019.
Plan to chart a pathway for regional water quality investments.
Expert consultants sought to fill positions on task force, part of America's Water Infrastructure Act (AWIA).
A transcript of the WaterWorld Weekly Newscast for April 1, 2019.