The testing, part of the school’s return-to-campus plan, is intended to track the presence of the coronavirus in wastewater flowing from residence halls and apartment complexes.
“They’re having no trouble finding and preying on moose, and that’s really significant,” said wildlife ecologist Rolf Peterson.
Capping has become a popular form of remediation for contaminated sites but requires decades-long monitoring.
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“Getting acknowledged like this is a really big honor,” GLN host Ward Detwiler said.
Along Lake Michigan’s shores, rising waters are eroding Indigenous Odawa burial sites.
The Marinette area has been grappling with PFAS pollution in ground and drinking water for several years.
Aging infrastructure, legacy pollution and emerging contaminants are creating a growing urgency to pay attention to the quality of the water we drink.
Control efforts have been so successful that some researchers now suggest a more permanent solution.
People near Wixom and Sanford lakes in Midland and Gladwin counties could pay thousands of dollars per year for 40 years.
The problem, which goes beyond synthetic fabrics, is one that some in the fashion industry are trying to solve.
In a live update, students and researchers shared two major finds from The Aquarius Project’s years-long attempt to find the meteorite.