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This Week in #MOWater News

Posted in: News- Aug 10, 2017 No Comments

This week’s highlights: Missouri Stream Team in the news, a Columbia kayaker’s adventures on the Yukon, and Gulf of Mexico “Dead Zone” larger than ever.

 

MISSOURI

Conservation Connection

Conservation Connection – Missouri Stream Teams keeping our waterways clean

KPLR 11

 

Rockbridge Water

The water at Rockbridge’s heart and hurt

Ozarks Alive

 

Watershed Status

2017 Status of the Watershed

Ozarks Water Watch

 

Contaminants Found

Contaminants found in water systems in several local cities

KMOV

 

MR 340

Hundreds of canoes, kayaks take off from KCK for 340-mile race down Missouri River

Kansas City Star

 

Kayaker’s Yukon Adventure

Columbia kayaker embraces Yukon on her third solo long-river journey

Columbia Missouri

 

NATIONAL

Dead Zone

Gulf of Mexico dead zone is largest ever measured

NOAA

 

Deflected Dangers

Pittsburgh officials may have ‘deflected’ attention from lead-contaminated water

The Guardian

 

Missouri Breaks

Missouri Breaks monument will stay as is, Ryan Zinke says

BIllings Gazette

 

Black Discharge

Discharge turns water at base of Niagara Falls black

Yahoo!

 

Fertilizer Threat

Fertilizers, a boon to agriculture, pose growing threat to U.S. waterways

New York Times

 

Pipeline Conditions

Citizens can weigh in on pipeline water quality conditions

U.S. News