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View Resource New Information on the Long-Term Fate of Ammonium in Ground Water

The ammonium (NH4+) dissolved in ground water in the center of a contaminant plume on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, has persisted for decades after it entered the subsurface, while other forms of nitrogen...

http://toxics.usgs.gov/highlights/nh4_gw/
View Resource Environmental Fate and Transport of Arsenical Feed Amendments for Animal Agriculture

Managing waste from animal agriculture is not a new issue, but recent trends to condense livestock into intensive animal feeding operations (AFOs), combined with new chemicals and pharmaceuticals...

http://va.water.usgs.gov/GLOBAL/Abst/hancock_agu_2000.htm
View Resource Strategic Energy Science Plan for Research, Education, and Extension

Outlines the objectives, strategies, and key activities of the Research, Education, and Economics mission area.

http://www.steab.org/Docs/USDA_Plan.pdf
View Resource Rehabilitation of Aging Watershed Flood Control Dams

Development and application of appropriate technology will lead to safe, cost-effective rehabilitation of flood control projects built by the USDA. Technology needs include improved methods for...

http://www.nrcs.usda.gov/programs/WSRehab/wsr_main/RehabFSPr...
View Resource Integrated Taxonomic Information System (ITIS)

Plants, animals, fungi, microbes, A partnership with Canadian and Mexican agencies, and the Global Biodiversity Information Facility.

http://www.itis.gov/
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