The Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) approved a permit in February that will allow four companies to annually dump 832,000 pounds of ammonia and more than 50,000 pounds of phosphates directly into the Ouachita River.
2008 Classic fishery benefits from BASS Conservation project
Coast to coast, algae blooms are on the increase. Possibly they are related to climate change, specifically to warmer worldwide temperatures.
For decades developers have continued to overbuild central and southern Florida, showing no concern for a limited water supply. They did so because they knew that their political allies would assist them when the wells ran dry
EPA reports little progress in Chesapeake Bay cleanup
Connecticut B.A.S.S. Federation Nation unveiled its new fish-care system during the group's third tournament of the season, and it performed without a hitch during a big weigh-in. Fishing the Connecticut River in early July, 111 anglers entered 266 bass weighing 462.87 pounds
Algae's long-term impact on the fishery remains unknown, but biologists fear the worst
Byproduct of this corn-based alternative fuel threatens to increase pollution of fisheries