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This Week in #MOWater News

Posted in: News- Mar 10, 2018 No Comments

This week’s highlights: Finding where Roaring River comes from, study shows Missouri is more vulnerable to flooding, and road salts impacting lakes.


Finding the Source

Finding the Source: Where does Roaring River come from?



Flood Prone

Study shows more Missourians are vulnerable to river flooding than previously estimated

St. Louis Public Radio


Fish Kill Settlement

Tyson settlement final – $2 million fine for Monett fish kill

Ozarks First


Stream Team Workshop

Stream Team to hold water quality workshop

News-Press Now


Rainbow Trout

Critter of the Week: Rainbow Trout

Lake News Online



Upside-Down Aquatics

Backswimmers: Upside-down aquatics

Adirondack Almanack


Salt Runoff

Salt runoff can impair lakes

Michigan State University


GP Dam Spill

Upgrades will cause spillway at Gavins Point Dam

Yankton Daily Press and Dakotan


Marine Protection

The world has two years to meet marine protection goal. Can it be done?

National Geographic


Stream Restoration Facts

Ten things you must know about stream restoration

Virginia Tech Ichthyology Class


Sucking Groundwater

South Carolina never turns down a request to suck up groundwater

The State


River Frack Sand

USGS study finds new frack sand source in river sediment

E&P Magazine