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Agricultural Aspects of Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs) and Hypoxia in the Great Lakes

United States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service

Agricultural Aspects of Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs) and Hypoxia in the Great Lakes (WITH ABSTRACTS)

United States Department of Agrgiculture, Agricultural Research Service

Great Lakes Harmful Algal Blooms and Hypoxia: Agricultural Aspects

United States Department of Agriculture

Early onset of a microcystin-producing cyanobacterial bloom in an agriculturally-infl uenced Great Lakes tributary*

Journal of Oceanology and Limnology

Impact of environmental policies on the adoption of manure management practices in the Chesapeake Bay watershed

Journal of Environmental Management

Pay for Performance: Optimizing public investments in agricultural best management practices in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed

Ecological Economics

Using models of farmer behavior to inform eutrophication policy in the Great Lakes

Water Research

Evaluating the impact of legacy P and agricultural conservation practices on nutrient loads from the Maumee River watershed

Environmental Science and Technology

Engaging stakeholders to define feasible and desirable agricultural conservation in Western Lake Erie watersheds

Environmental Science and Technology

Study: Farming practices must change to save Lake Erie from toxic algae

The Columbus Dispatch

Area hog farm could be Ohio’s 3rd largest but state permit rules mean such stats don’t begin to tell the whole story

The Blade

Collaborations bring millions to aid farmers, research

The Press

Farms near Lake Erie get millions Report: Waste-producing operations receive funds despite algae fears

The Blade

Agricultural pollution abatement program-transfer to Department of Agriculture/applicators of fertilizer or manure-regulate/algae management and response

Ohio Senate Bill 1

Environmental and agricultural ‘budget’ bill clears Ohio House: How they voted

Cleveland.com

HB 490 could help untangle debate on where Erie’s HABs come from

Ohio Farmers Union

USDA Invest funds to improve Lake Erie water quality

The Andersons

Deadly algae are everywhere thanks to agriculture

Scientific American

Senator Gardner talks about the health of Lake Erie on Toledo News Now

Toledo News Now

Interacting effects of climate change and agricultural BMPs on nutrient runoff entering Lake Erie

Journal of Great Lakes Research

Interacting effects of climate change and agricultural BMPs on nutrient runoff entering Lake Erie

Journal of Great Lakes Research

Director’s agricultural nutrients and water quality working group final report

Ohio Department of Agriculture & Ohio EPA