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View Resource Biosensors for Analytical Monitoring

The development of cost-effective on-site methods for environmental monitoring is instrumental to managing risks posed by environmental contamination. Biosensors show the potential to complement both...

http://www.epa.gov/heasd/edrb/biochem/intro.html
View Resource Delaware Estuary Report

The Partnership for the Delaware Estuary has released its ?State of the Estuary Report? (PDF file) in collaboration with EPA, the Delaware River Basin Commission, other agencies, universities, and...

http://www.delawareestuary.org/pdf/EstuaryNews/2008/SummerNe...
View Resource Putting A Price On Riparian Corridors As Water Treatment Facilities

By Ann L. Riley, Ph.D., Watershed and River Restoration Advisor, San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board, Oakland, CA, Jan. 2008 -- The monetary value of natural riparian environments...

http://www.aswm.org/wetland-programs/state-wetland-programs/...
View Resource State Wetland Protection: Status, Trends & Model Approaches

The Environmental Law Institute has released a final report of a 50-state study that described and analyzed seven "core" components of state wetland programs: state laws, regulations, and programs;...

http://www.elistore.org/reports_detail.asp?ID=11279
View Resource Twine Line

The Ohio Sea Grant just published its winter 2008 issue of Twine Line. In this issue they address the following topics: Ohio Sea Grant Technology Uses Algae, Sound Waves to Remove Mercury from Lake...

http://www.ohioseagrant.osu.edu/_documents/twineline/v30i1.p...
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