Hypoxia Issues in the Gulf of Mexico

Hypoxia Issues in the Gulf of Mexico By ScienceDaily.com24 October 2013The Mississippi River Basin is home to much of the United States' fertile crop land. Though we need our food and energy crops, their production has led to an increase in the levels of nutrients such as nitrogen and phosphorus in our water sources. Increasing [...]

2013-10-25T08:59:00+00:00October 25th, 2013|News|Comments Off on Hypoxia Issues in the Gulf of Mexico

Nitrogen Fertilizer Remains In Soils And Leaks Towards Groundwater For Decades

Nitrogen Fertilizer Remains In Soils And Leaks Towards Groundwater For Decades By Albany Tribune21 October 2013Nitrogen fertilizer applied to crops lingers in the soil and leaks out as nitrate for decades towards groundwater – “much longer than previously thought,” scientists in France and at the University of Calgary say in a new study. Thirty years [...]

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Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Chicago’s Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Discuss Nutrient Recovery’s Crucial Role in Combatting Water Pollution

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Chicago's Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Discuss Nutrient Recovery's Crucial Role in Combatting Water Pollution By GlobeNewsWire.com8 October 2013CHICAGO, UNITED STATES and VANCOUVER, B.C., Oct. 8, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Environmental advocate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. spoke today about the significant benefits that nutrient recovery will provide to Chicago area watersheds [...]

2013-10-08T11:29:00+00:00October 8th, 2013|News|Comments Off on Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Chicago’s Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Discuss Nutrient Recovery’s Crucial Role in Combatting Water Pollution