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Stormwater SmartsPublished earthguage  8/1/2014
When it rains, what goes down the storm drain? As rain water flows over yards, driveways and city streets, it picks up pet waste, fertilizers and pesticides, oil from cars, trash and other pollutants. It’s tempting to think that storm water visits the local waste water treatment plant, but in
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Climate Change Influences Algal BloomsPublished earthguage  8/18/2014
You may have recently heard in the news that Lake Erie’s algal bloom made water temporarily undrinkable in Toledo and surrounding towns in northwest Ohio. Over the last 50 years algal blooms have been a regular occurrence in Lake Erie, with algae showing peak concentrations in August and September.
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Protect Your Drinking WaterPublished earthguage  8/11/2014
Water utilities in the U.S. treat nearly 34 billion gallons of water every day and Americans drink nearly one billion glasses of tap water daily! The next time you fill your glass, think about where your drinking water comes from. Source water from streams, rivers, lakes and underground aquifers
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Proteja el Agua PotablePublished earthguage  8/11/2014
Los servicios de abastecimiento de agua en EE.UU. tratan casi 34 mil millones de galones de agua cada día, y los estadounidenses toman casi mil millones de vasos agua proveniente del grifo diariamente. La próxima vez que llene su vaso, pregúntese de dónde proviene el agua potable. Los arroyos, ríos,
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Climate Trivia: How Does Climate Change Impact Salmon and Trout Habitat?Published earthguage  7/28/2014
Fishing is a multibillion dollar industry in the United States, providing jobs, food supply and recreation across the country. In 2010, the harvesting, processing and retailing of the Bristol Bay sockeye salmon fishery alone created 1.5 billion dollars in goods and services value in the United
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Save Some Blue, Save Some Green (California)Published earthguage  7/21/2014
Nearly 70 percent of the Western United States is experiencing abnormally dry or drought conditions. California is no exception – the entire state is experiencing drought, with over 80 percent of the state in the “extreme” and “exceptional” drought categories. Water scarcity impacts agricultural
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Save Some Blue, Save Some Green (Nevada)Published earthguage  7/21/2014
Nearly 70 percent of the Western United States is experiencing abnormally dry or drought conditions. Nevada is no exception – the entire state is experiencing drought, with over 50 percent of the state in the “extreme” and “exceptional” drought categories. Water scarcity impacts agricultural crops,
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Save Some Blue, Save Some Green (Arizona)Published earthguage  7/21/2014
Nearly 70 percent of the Western United States is experiencing abnormally dry or drought conditions. Arizona is no exception, with nearly the entire state experiencing at least moderate drought. Water scarcity impacts agricultural crops, yards and gardens, water and energy supplies, wildlife and
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Save Some Blue, Save Some Green (New Mexico)Published earthguage  7/21/2014
Nearly 70 percent of the Western United States is experiencing abnormally dry or drought conditions. New Mexico is no exception, with nearly the entire state experiencing at least moderate drought. Water scarcity impacts agricultural crops, yards and gardens, water and energy supplies, wildlife and
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Save Some Blue, Save Some Green (Texas)Published earthguage  7/21/2014
Over 60 percent of Texas is experiencing abnormally dry or drought conditions. Water scarcity impacts agricultural crops, yards and gardens, water and energy supplies, wildlife and wildfire conditions. Everyone can play a part to avoid intensifying effects of drought by observing water restrictions
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