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Outgoing Water Resources Research Institute Director David H. Moreau sees a critical need to continue the improvements made over the last twelve years in groundwater management and watershed protection.
The Center for Watershed Protection has come up with a review of urban stream research discussing the studies measuring indicators all over the U.S. and gives directions for research on urban streams.
The Cape Fear River Basin Study was a two-year effort to address the most critical water issues in North Carolina’s largest river basin. The study, which concluded in 1984, focused on water supply, wetlands, and instream flow needs for fish habitat. A summary report provides a synopsis of the study’s major findings and accomplishments.
Several studies in North Carolina are exploring the use of wetlands to aid in the removal of nutrients in municipal wastewater. The results of the studies are expected to have important implications for managers who permit discharges from municipal wastewater treatment facilities and package treatment plants.