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View Resource How Can Conservation Help? Using Land Conservation to Address Other Economic and Social Issues

The June 2007 Pocantico workshop on ?How Can Conservation Help?? was a deep dive into possible sources of new partners and approaches for private land conservation. Using the northeastern U.S. as a f...

http://www.forestry.yale.edu/publication-series/5621
View Resource Reclamation Manual

To ensure all cost estimates required to support the Bureau of Reclamation?s mission are effectively prepared, reviewed, and properly used. The benefits to Reclamation include improved quality and c...

http://www.usbr.gov/recman/fac/fac-p09.pdf
View Resource Understanding Pond Stratification

Many of Ohio ponds and lakes undergo a regular yearly process known as thermal stratification. A pond that is thermally stratified simply means that there is a noticeable temperature gradient as the...

http://ohioline.osu.edu/a-fact/0007.html
View Resource National Geophysical Data Center

The study of geomagnetism is one of the oldest of the geophysical sciences. Since before the publication of William Gilbert's De Magnete in 1600, people have tried to unravel the mysteries of Earth's...

http://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/geomag/geomag.shtml
View Resource Controlling Filamentous Algae in Ponds

The most common aquatic weed problem in Ohio ponds is filamentous algae. Its presence can degrade water quality and recreational enjoyment. Excessive algae can cause an oxygen depletion leading to a...

http://ohioline.osu.edu/a-fact/pdf/A_3_09.pdf
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