NEIWPCC’s twice-a-year magazine, Interstate Waters, also features news from regional programs and a look at historical trends in clean water and NEIWPCC’s role in them.
Other stories recap the activities of NEIWPCC workgroups and explore the history of water power in Lowell, Massachusetts.
Nutrient pollution from nonpoint sources contributes to algae and plankton blooms, but for different water bodies the sources of the pollutants, and the solutions, are not always the same.
The September issue explores this problem and more.
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