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This Week in #MOWater News

Posted in: News- Oct 27, 2017 No Comments

This week’s highlights: Recap of fall stream team cleanups across the state, invasive species impact stream biodiversity, and using evaporating lakes for power.

MISSOURI

RDP Cleanup

Hundreds come out to clean up River Des Peres

Fox 2 Now

 

Stockton Source

Water coalition expects answer on Stockton Lake source by 2019

Joplin Globe

 

Muddy Volunteers

Volunteers get muddy cleaning up St. Louis waterways

St. Louis Post-Dispatch

 

Dead Fish

Dead fish at pond no cause for concern

Marshall News

 

MO River Towns

Missouri River towns preserve rich Lewis and Clark history

WBIR 10 News

 

Callaway CAFO

Callaway County residents might vote on CAFO rules

Columbia Tribune

 

Boonville Cleanup

Missouri River Relief cleans near Boonville

KBIA

NATIONAL

Remove Invasives

Study shows removing invasive plants can increase biodiversity in stream waters

EurekAlert!

 

Evaporation Power

Evaporating lakes could help power the country, day and night

Popular Science

 

Oyster Hot Spot

Oysters offer hot spot for reducing nitrogen pollution

Science Daily

 

Perilous Waters

Perilous Waters

Forester Network

 

Future Flooding

Sea-level rise, not stronger storm surge, will cause future NYC flooding

Science Blog

 

Poor Water Quality

Survey results show poor water quality in Minnesota River

Fox 9

 

Lake Database

Fresh look at freshwater: researchers create a 50,000-lake database

Science Daily

 

Fire Challenges

Napa County wildfires bring water quality challenges

Napa Valley Register