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View Resource Wind Energy Development

The Fish and Wildlife Service's Project Planning Program typically becomes involved in the review of potential wind energy developments on public lands through the National Environmental Policy Act....

http://www.fws.gov/habitatconservation/wind.html
View Resource Assessment of the Efficacy of a Constructed Wetland to Reduce or Remove Wastewater Effluent Estrogenicity and Toxicity using Biomarkers in Male Fathead Minnows (Pimephales promelas Rafinesque, 1820)

Library Holdings. Vitellogenin in Pimephales promelas was used to assess estrogenicity of a local municipal effluent. Vitellogenin induction in male P. promelas increased in frequency and...

http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc2676/
View Resource Wetlands: A Component of an Integrated Farming Operation

We?ve come a long way from thinking of wetlands as the enemy. The growing understanding of the dramatic roles that wetlands play in safeguarding water quality and protecting working land is c...

http://www.conservationinformation.org/pdf/CTIC_wetlands.pdf
View Resource Conservation Technology Information Center

CTIC champions, promotes and provides information about comprehensive conservation and sustainable agricultural systems that are beneficial for soil, water, air and wildlife resources and are...

http://www.ctic.purdue.edu/
View Resource Constructed Wetlands

Constructed wetlands are engineered marshes that duplicate natural processes to cleanse water. They can be used to process livestock effluent, human wastes, drainage water, and for other purposes....

http://attra.ncat.org/attra-pub/PDF/wetlands.pdf
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