Select feature stories from NEIWPCC’s publications are also published online. They are also available as printable downloads and in print from NEIWPCC.
Water Reuse: Lessons from California NEIWPCC Reprint 16-01 (2 pages). Reprinted from the March, 2016, issue of Interstate Waters.
Reusing water, common in the West, has lessons for the Northeast.
Is it Safe to Eat? State-Wide Inter-Agency Research Collaboration Is All About Fish NEIWPCC Reprint 16-02 (2 pages). Reprinted from the March, 2016, issue of Interstate Waters.
A study of mercury in Rhode Island fish, pond by pond.
A Study in Cyan NEIWPCC Reprint 16-03 (8 pages). Reprinted from the March, 2016, issue of Interstate Waters.
Fueled by nutrients and a warming climate, cyanobacteria pose a high-stakes conundrum for public-health officials and environmental policy makers.
A sidebar, “Toledo Water Crisis,” reprints health bulletins from the City of Toledo from August of 2014. Another sidebar, “Cyanotoxin Monitoring To Begin in 2018,” details more recent developments, and a third, “Controlling and Treating Cyanobacteria Blooms,” presents the work of NEIWPCC’s HAB workgroup.
Soaking Up Contaminants: Innovative Prototype Park Tackles Runoff in Brooklyn NEIWPCC Reprint 17-01 (4 pages). Reprinted from the March, 2017, issue of Interstate Waters.
How a “sponge park” aims to keep pollutants from the Gowanus Canal.
Microfibers in the Freshwater Environment NEIWPCC Reprint 17-02 (4 pages). Reprinted from the March, 2017, issue of Interstate Waters.
Plastic fibers emerge as a contaminant of concern.
Pollution from Everywhere: States Confront Nonpoint Source Pollution NEIWPCC Reprint 17-03 (4 pages). Reprinted from the September, 2017, issue of Interstate Waters.
Issues in nutrient pollution through the lens of Lake Champlain, Cape Cod, and Long Island Sound. A sidebar, “A Glut of Nutrients,” is a primer on nutrient pollution generally.
Ordering the Waters NEIWPCC Reprint 17-04 (2 pages). Reprinted from the September, 2017, issue of Interstate Waters.
Work begun in the 1940s continues to guide efforts for clean water.
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