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Haloacetic Acids in the Environment Haloacetic Acids in the Environment
Haloacetic acids (HAAs) have been found in lakes, groundwater, drinking water, glacial ice, precipitation, air and soil.

Maps Help Protect Sensitive Areas from Spills
Maps Help Protect Sensitive Areas from Spills photo Every second counts when there has been an oil spill at sea.

Early Mortality Syndrome in Salmonids
Early Mortality Syndrome in Salmonids photo Early mortality syndrome (EMS) is an international problem that affects various species of salmon and trout...

Aquaculture and Pesticides
Aquaculture and Pesticides photo You may not realize it, but there's a good chance that the salmon sizzling...

Groundwater Remediation with Vitamin B12
Groundwater Remediation with Vitamin B12 photo Canadians are concerned about the quality of their water, and many depend on a clean supply of groundwater as their only source.

Smoke on the Water
Smoke on the Water photo Ask cottagers the last place they would choose to swim, and most will say the local marina, where motorboats leave shiny pools of oil on the water's surface and clouds of blue exhaust in the air.

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