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It’s Manslaughter

It’s Manslaughter

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Last week, as you’ve probably heard, five people in Michigan were charged with involuntary manslaughter for circumstances related to the Flint water crisis—specifically for their failure to sound the alert about increases in the number of cases of Legionnaires’ disease. It’s believed that pipes corroded by the city’s new source  … Read More

Stormwater – Reader Favorites

Stormwater – Reader Favorites

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Listed below are the top Editor blogs, Reader Favorite articles, and Stormwater magazine articles for you to enjoy. This list is curated based on reader views, search traffic, email click-through, and most commented articles.

Bookmark this page so you will always have quick access to Forester Media’s top Stormwater content.  … Read More

Larger Summer “Dead Zone” Predicted for Chesapeake Bay

Larger Summer “Dead Zone” Predicted for Chesapeake Bay

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Scientists expect this year’s summer Chesapeake Bay hypoxic or “dead zone” – an area of low to no oxygen that can kill fish and aquatic life – will be larger than average, approximately 1.89 cubic miles, or nearly the volume of 3.2 million Olympic-size swimming pools.

Measurements for the Bay’s dead  … Read More

The Learning Curve

The Learning Curve

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What does it take to get people to care about what’s going on in their watershed? Or maybe there’s a question we need to ask even before that one—how many people really understand the dynamics of the water cycle, or for that matter what a watershed is? (Previous studies have  … Read More

Watershed Geo Announces Team Addition

Watershed Geo Announces Team Addition

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Atlanta, GA – Watershed Geo is pleased to announce that Dr. Ming Zhu has joined its elite staff of engineers.   Zhu will assume the role of Director of Engineering Services, overseeing the company’s technical operations for existing products and the development of new product offerings.

Dr. Zhu brings more than 11  … Read More

EPA Launches Animal Agriculture Education Project

EPA Launches Animal Agriculture Education Project

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As part of EPA’s efforts to protect water quality through voluntary collaborations with the animal agriculture sector, EPA is announcing the launch of the Animal Agriculture Education Project, a series of educational modules to increase understanding and knowledge among state and federal government agencies and the agricultural industry about water  … Read More

The Sooner You Know, The Sooner You Can Leave

The Sooner You Know, The Sooner You Can Leave

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There are few things as frustrating as following the instructions, doing what you’re supposed to do, and then learning that your efforts were seemingly for nothing. At some point you might have received that dreaded evacuation notice because of a storm—and, ideally, you got out of the way if you  … Read More



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