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Once completed, the project will capture and treat more than 40% of urban runoff generated throughout the Lower Los Angeles River Watershed.

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High-tech, low-cost stormwater sensor earns recognition for accessibility and ease of use.

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A next-generation digital modeling platform has been chosen to underpin the future of Chesapeake Bay water quality monitoring.

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A recent study finds Hurricane Irma caused severe damage to South Florida mangrove forests in 2017, with nearly 27,000 acres experiencing permanent dieback.

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University of Tennessee, Knoxville course empowers students to improve local water quality using free materials found around their campus

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Water Research Foundation releases free-to-use, multifunctional decision-support tool for planning stormwater interventions.

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Researchers believe a previously unknown chemical related to preservatives in rubber tires is responsible for mass salmon deaths after rainfall.

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The agency has developed flood sensors that cost up to 20 times less to maintain and implement than comparable sensors.

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How this year’s Gulf of Mexico dead zone survey led by the Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium was blown off-course.

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By cutting trees, digging canals, and building dams, beaver colonies shape their forest dwellings in ways that transform flooding patterns, the local food chain, and the structure and size of nearby waterways.

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In recent months, several large airports have undertaken multimillion-dollar stormwater management projects with a range of benefits.

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In a new study, an international research team highlights a gap in scientific knowledge about how stormwater might affect phytoplankton growth and the health of lakes and similar freshwater bodies.

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The U.S. Geological Survey has released the results of a new study highlighting a looming threat to vulnerable marine life in the coming decades: urbanization.

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A new resource from Stormwater Currency guides trading-minded municipalities

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A water quality-focused pilot program in Fairfax County, Va., aims to connect untapped local talent with paid opportunities in stormwater management. Through Operation Stream Shield, a partnership between the municipal government and local homeless shelters, people attempting to join the workforce help enhance the local environment with part-time jobs clearing away litter from waterways and removing invasive plants.

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