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Aquatic deserts on the march

March 31, 1972

The portion of the Logan River in Utah's Cache Valley was a brown trout haven -- until the Army Corps of Engineers dredged the stream for flood control, removing much of the vegetation that provided ideal habitat.

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Aquatic deserts on the march
The portion of the Logan River in Utah's Cache Valley was a brown trout haven -- until the Army Corps of Engineers dredged the stream for flood control, removing much of the vegetation that provided ideal habitat.
The environmental effects of nuclear power, Part 3
A nuclear scientist explains: the environmental impacts of nuclear power fall into two broad categories -- those caused by escaped radioactivity, and those caused by the release of waste heat. In the coming years at least, the most harmful impacts will be from waste heat.

News

Sulfur tax proposal needs strengthening
The Coalition to Tax Pollution, an organization of major environmental groups, has noted with pleasure that the federal government has unveiled a long-awaited proposal to tax sulfur pollution.
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