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thumbnail new Aquatic Science Documents Substantial Improvements in Lakes Mead and Mohave, Nevada –USGS, in cooperation and partnership with the National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Bureau of Reclamation, Nevada Department of Wildlife, Southern Nevada Water Authority, BIO-WEST, University of Nevada, Reno, and University of Nevada, Las Vegas, document substantial improvements in Lakes Mead and Mohave, which are centerpieces of Lake Mead National Recreation Area.  (Press release; USGS Circular)

 

thumbnail new Water Quality Affects Aquatic Health in Urban Streams in Kansas City and Independence, Missouri –USGS, in cooperation with the City of Independence, Missouri Water Pollution Control Department, used macroinvertebrate populations as an indicator of stream health in downstream areas of the Blue River and Little Blue River basins, which are both affected by urban development. Differences were noted in aquatic-life status because of effects of stormwater, wastewater discharges, and upstream reservoirs. (Technical announcement; Report)

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