EPA finds that a slim majority of U.S. lakes are in good health

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency released a report on December 18, 2009 on the overall health of the lakes, ponds, and reservoirs in the nation's lower 48 states. The study sampled a suite of chemical, physical, and biological indicators that assessed biological integrity, trophic state, rec...

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