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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
View Resource Bird Conservation

This Web site explores the links between EPA programs and bird conservation. (?The inclusion of a link on this page does not constitute an endorsement by EPA of any organization's policies or a...

http://www.epa.gov/owow/birds/
View Resource Nonpoint Source Kids Page

Six activities for understanding nonpoint source pollution.

http://www.epa.gov/owow/NPS/kids/
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 Science for the Changing Great Basin

The huge expanse of the Great Basin offers a compelling opportunity to conduct large-scale science in a relatively understudied region. A research strategy, developed by the USGS and partners,...

http://fresc.usgs.gov/products/fs/fs2004-3071.pdf
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