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Stream mapping helps to identify most cost-effective restoration sites
by Donna Morelli
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22 March 2018
On 22 March 2018 Bay Journal reported:
The Water Science Institute, a new nonprofit organization, is mapping locations in Pennsylvania where projects may reduce large amounts of sediment pollution in local streams and potentially, downstream in the Chesapeake Bay. The institute received a $269,000 federal grant in September from the Pennsylvania office of the U.S. Natural Resource Conservation Service to expand its Lancaster County mapping project to six other counties in southcentral Pennsylvania.
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