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Wastewater Treatment

What is Wastewater? There is no question that the natural resource most critical to our everyday activities is water. We… Continue Reading

How Low Dissolved Oxygen Conditions Affect Marine Life In Long Island Sound

Models The Long Island Sound Study (LISS) has developed computer models of the Sound to help understand the causes of… Continue Reading

Sound Values

While few people question the desirability of acting to protect and preserve Long Island Sound, serious questions arise regarding the… Continue Reading

Impact of Atmospheric Nitrogen Deposition on Long Island Sound

The Long Island Sound Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan (CCMP) identifies low dissolved oxygen, or hypoxia, as the most serious… Continue Reading

Alternative Strategies for Hypoxia Management

The Long Island Sound Conservation and Management Plan (CCMP) identifies low dissolved oxygen, or hypoxia, as the most serious water… Continue Reading

Long Island Sound Fact Sheet /February 2001

The National Estuary Program was established in 1987 by amendments to the Clean Water Act to identify, restore, and protect… Continue Reading

Sound Health 2001 – Status and Trends in the Health of LIS

Since the federal Clean Water Act became law in 1972, investments in water pollution control programs have led to measurable… Continue Reading

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