Monday, June 5th, 2023
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The quest to save Minnesota wild rice – with floating bioreactors?

BABBITT, Minn. — An environmental engineer working with University of Minnesota-Duluth researchers is looking for a less expensive solution to protecting wild rice from mining pollution in the state’s Iron Range. Jeff Hanson has spent the past decade studying the issue and working through design, lab tests, field tests and data crunching, Minnesota Public Radio

Researchers: Shorter winters may increase presence of harmful algae blooms – and impact fishing

MOUND, Minn. — University of Minnesota-Duluth researchers are studying how shorter winters may increase the presence of harmful algae blooms and impact fishing. The researchers worked with the U.S. Geological Survey and the University of Maryland to gather data from six lakes across the state, Minnesota Public Radio reported. “With climate change, our winters are

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