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This Week in #MOWater News

Posted in: News- Jun 29, 2017 No Comments

This week’s highlights: Too much water in lake causing earthquakes, dam proposed on the Bourbeuse River, and what to do when caught in a storm on the river.


Bourbeuse Dam

Corps: Union Dam would not prevent flooding – project not economically justified



Levee Fears

Height of Illinois levees concerning to some in Missouri

Northwest Herald


Recycling River Trash

Volunteers take nearly 30K pounds of trash out of Mississippi River for recycling



Invasive Water Species

Conservation Connection: Invasive Water Species



Kayak Clinics

Kayak clinics offered at Current River State Park in Shannon County, MO



Fish Kill

Fish Kill: Biologists explain why fish are dead by the hundreds at Lake of the Ozarks

Lake Expo


Causing Earthquakes

There’s a strange reason for all those quakes near Harrison

Springfield News-Leader



Algae Blooms

Heavier Algae blooms in Lake Erie?

Sandusky Register


Expanding Invasives

Invasive Asian Carp found near Great Lakes beyond electrified barrier

The Guardian



Why ‘hydro-politics’ will shape the 21st Century



Greywater Future

Greywater: The Future of Water Preservation

Impacting Our Future


Fight for Freshwater

Fighting for freshwater amid climate change



Chemical Contamination

EPA investigates chemical contamination of North Carolina River

Circle of Blue


Water Storm

Humbled by a boundary waters storm

Canoe & Kayak