Articles about lakes

Agricultural Nutrient Run-off: “Like Death by 1,000 Cuts.”

There is a special sensation that comes from a long ride that passes green fields. Some of those fields produce grains for human consumption. Some produce grass used for grazing cows and sheep and horses. With heads down, these animals … Continue reading

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Climate Change Impact in Northeastern United States

“Many important economic and social decisions are being made today on long-term projects…based on the assumption that past climate data…are a reliable guide to the future. This is no longer a good assumption…” UNEP/WMO/ICSU Conference Villach, Austria 1985 I like … Continue reading

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A Dying Lake: Titcaca, Poisoned from Mercury, Hospitals, Sewage and Slaughterhouses

“The Autonomous Water Authority of the Lake Titicaca Basin was created by the two countries sharing the Lake (Bolivia and Peru) to work together on the management of the water resources of the basin┬áto ensure that long-term co-operation is guaranteed … Continue reading

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