IN THIS ISSUE:
Nonpoint Source Pollution: Part 5 - Atmospheric Deposition
The 5th in a series on Nonpoint source pollution discusses the concepts of "airsheds" and how boats can pollute water.
Life at the Top
Many organisms make the surface of lakes their homes.
Windrows and Scumlines
"Langmuir Circulation" is wind-driven phenomenon commonly found on larger lakes.
That funky foam on the water isn't necessarily unnatural.
Our newest pollutant of concern is largely present due to atmospheric deposition.
Here's the skinny on the Total Maximum Daily Load, or TMDL.
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