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Fieldprint Calculator Uses a USDA Tool to Help Farmers Track Water Quality ... - USDA.gov (press release) (blog)

Google: Science Water - April 16, 2014 - 12:21

Fieldprint Calculator Uses a USDA Tool to Help Farmers Track Water Quality ...
USDA.gov (press release) (blog)
This metric relies on NRCS' Water Quality Index for Agricultural Runoff, or WQIag, which enables farmers to input variables about their field, such as slope, soil characteristics, nutrient and pest management, tillage practices and conservation ...

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Fieldprint Calculator Uses a USDA Tool to Help Farmers Track Water Quality ... - USDA.gov (press release) (blog)

Google: Science Water - April 16, 2014 - 12:21

Fieldprint Calculator Uses a USDA Tool to Help Farmers Track Water Quality ...
USDA.gov (press release) (blog)
This metric relies on NRCS' Water Quality Index for Agricultural Runoff, or WQIag, which enables farmers to input variables about their field, such as slope, soil characteristics, nutrient and pest management, tillage practices and conservation ...

and more »

Fieldprint Calculator Uses a USDA Tool to Help Farmers Track Water Quality ... - USDA.gov (press release) (blog)

Google: Science Water - April 16, 2014 - 12:21

Fieldprint Calculator Uses a USDA Tool to Help Farmers Track Water Quality ...
USDA.gov (press release) (blog)
This metric relies on NRCS' Water Quality Index for Agricultural Runoff, or WQIag, which enables farmers to input variables about their field, such as slope, soil characteristics, nutrient and pest management, tillage practices and conservation ...

and more »

Science's Amateur Hour - Newsweek

Google: Science Water - April 16, 2014 - 11:18

Newsweek

Science's Amateur Hour
Newsweek
Citizen scientists recently passed their first published litmus test in conservation science literature: There was "virtually no difference" between photographs identifying whale sharks via markings submitted by citizen scientists and those of marine ...

Science's Amateur Hour - Newsweek

Google: Science Water - April 16, 2014 - 11:18

Newsweek

Science's Amateur Hour
Newsweek
Citizen scientists recently passed their first published litmus test in conservation science literature: There was "virtually no difference" between photographs identifying whale sharks via markings submitted by citizen scientists and those of marine ...

Markell clean water proposal gains little traction - seattlepi.com

Google: Science Water - April 16, 2014 - 11:11

Markell clean water proposal gains little traction
seattlepi.com
But Corrado said that with a decrease in federal funding to help states finance clean water projects, Delaware needs a dedicated source of money to meets it wastewater, surface water and drinking water infrastructure needs. ... of wastewater and ...

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Markell clean water proposal gains little traction - seattlepi.com

Google: Science Water - April 16, 2014 - 11:11

Markell clean water proposal gains little traction
seattlepi.com
But Corrado said that with a decrease in federal funding to help states finance clean water projects, Delaware needs a dedicated source of money to meets it wastewater, surface water and drinking water infrastructure needs. ... of wastewater and ...

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Inside the Galapagos Islands' Giant Tortoise Rehab Effort - Wired

Google: Science Water - April 16, 2014 - 08:59

Inside the Galapagos Islands' Giant Tortoise Rehab Effort
Wired
But for now, the stabilization of the Giant Tortoise population is a victory in itself, a promising example of how conservation efforts can bring an organism back from the brink. As human impact on the unique Galapagos ecosystems increases, the model ...

EPA Stops New Jersey Company from Selling Illegal Pesticides; Protects Public from Health Risks

U.S. EPA Water News - April 16, 2014 - 08:09
(New York, N.Y.) The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has fined Hannam Mart and NJ Hannam Chain Inc. for selling insecticides and anti-bacterial cleaning products at the Hannam Mart retail store in Fort Lee, New Jersey that were not registered and improperly labeled. Products used to kill pests and bacteria must be registered with the EPA to ensure they will not make people sick. They must also have labels with instructions on their proper use written in English

Texas Water Journal to moderate water forum April 22 in Austin - AgriLife Today

Google: Science Water - April 16, 2014 - 07:42

Texas Water Journal to moderate water forum April 22 in Austin
AgriLife Today
The forum will provide discussions from water conservation scientists and experts on current water conservation issues, said Dr. Todd Votteler, editor in chief of the journal and executive manager of science, intergovernmental relations and policy for ...

Texas Water Journal to moderate water forum April 22 in Austin - AgriLife Today

Google: Science Water - April 16, 2014 - 07:42

Texas Water Journal to moderate water forum April 22 in Austin
AgriLife Today
The forum will provide discussions from water conservation scientists and experts on current water conservation issues, said Dr. Todd Votteler, editor in chief of the journal and executive manager of science, intergovernmental relations and policy for ...

Texas Water Journal to moderate water forum April 22 in Austin - AgriLife Today

Google: Science Water - April 16, 2014 - 07:42

Texas Water Journal to moderate water forum April 22 in Austin
AgriLife Today
The forum will provide discussions from water conservation scientists and experts on current water conservation issues, said Dr. Todd Votteler, editor in chief of the journal and executive manager of science, intergovernmental relations and policy for ...

Texas Water Journal to moderate water forum April 22 in Austin - AgriLife Today

Google: Science Water - April 16, 2014 - 07:42

Texas Water Journal to moderate water forum April 22 in Austin
AgriLife Today
The forum will provide discussions from water conservation scientists and experts on current water conservation issues, said Dr. Todd Votteler, editor in chief of the journal and executive manager of science, intergovernmental relations and policy for ...

Texas Water Journal to moderate water forum April 22 in Austin - AgriLife Today

Google: Science Water - April 16, 2014 - 07:42

Texas Water Journal to moderate water forum April 22 in Austin
AgriLife Today
The forum will provide discussions from water conservation scientists and experts on current water conservation issues, said Dr. Todd Votteler, editor in chief of the journal and executive manager of science, intergovernmental relations and policy for ...

Texas Water Journal to moderate water forum April 22 in Austin - AgriLife Today

Google: Science Water - April 16, 2014 - 07:42

Texas Water Journal to moderate water forum April 22 in Austin
AgriLife Today
The forum will provide discussions from water conservation scientists and experts on current water conservation issues, said Dr. Todd Votteler, editor in chief of the journal and executive manager of science, intergovernmental relations and policy for ...

Texas Water Journal to moderate water forum April 22 in Austin - AgriLife Today

Google: Science Water - April 16, 2014 - 07:42

Texas Water Journal to moderate water forum April 22 in Austin
AgriLife Today
The forum will provide discussions from water conservation scientists and experts on current water conservation issues, said Dr. Todd Votteler, editor in chief of the journal and executive manager of science, intergovernmental relations and policy for ...

Texas Water Journal to moderate water forum April 22 in Austin - AgriLife Today

Google: Science Water - April 16, 2014 - 07:42

Texas Water Journal to moderate water forum April 22 in Austin
AgriLife Today
The forum will provide discussions from water conservation scientists and experts on current water conservation issues, said Dr. Todd Votteler, editor in chief of the journal and executive manager of science, intergovernmental relations and policy for ...

Texas Water Journal to moderate water forum April 22 in Austin - AgriLife Today

Google: Science Water - April 16, 2014 - 07:42

Texas Water Journal to moderate water forum April 22 in Austin
AgriLife Today
The forum will provide discussions from water conservation scientists and experts on current water conservation issues, said Dr. Todd Votteler, editor in chief of the journal and executive manager of science, intergovernmental relations and policy for ...

Texas Water Journal to moderate water forum April 22 in Austin - AgriLife Today

Google: Science Water - April 16, 2014 - 07:42

Texas Water Journal to moderate water forum April 22 in Austin
AgriLife Today
The forum will provide discussions from water conservation scientists and experts on current water conservation issues, said Dr. Todd Votteler, editor in chief of the journal and executive manager of science, intergovernmental relations and policy for ...

Texas Water Journal to moderate water forum April 22 in Austin - AgriLife Today

Google: Science Water - April 16, 2014 - 07:42

Texas Water Journal to moderate water forum April 22 in Austin
AgriLife Today
The forum will provide discussions from water conservation scientists and experts on current water conservation issues, said Dr. Todd Votteler, editor in chief of the journal and executive manager of science, intergovernmental relations and policy for ...

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