The fish flies’ return to lakeshore and riverfront areas of southeastern Michigan might bother some landlubbers but it bodes well for water quality.
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The University of Michigan’s Graham Sustainability Institute and the Center for Global Health are co-sponsoring two research projects addressing water-quality impacts on public health, one in Ghana and the other in Peru.
The Clinton River covers 760 square miles and includes another thousand miles worth of streams in addition to the 80 mile long main branch.
How could climate change and our response to it affect the Great Lakes’ water quality? That’s the primary question a team of 27 researchers from across the University of Michigan and collaborators at other institutions […]
The Alliance of Downriver Watersheds has awarded a $30,000 grant to Lawrence Technological University to provide technical support for efforts to improve water quality in the region. The grant is a component of a $600,000 […]