Watersheds

  • Scientists can use models to simulate and predict the effects of an action. In this research in the Great Lakes…

    Full Throttle Model (Time Warp Monograph Series) – Vol. 1 No. 16

  • The cover for the Green Means Clean article. The main image is a photo of a lake with trees on the coast.
    With two-thirds of the U.S. population drinking water from surface sources such as streams, rivers, lakes, and reservoirs, it is…

    Green Means Clean! Assessing the Condition of U.S. Drinking Water Watersheds

  • Cover for the 'What's the Nonpoint?' article. The main image is a photo, taken in 2012, shows point source pollution of the Altamaha River in Georgia.
    Nonpoint source water pollution comes from large areas or landscapes such as roadways, farms, and urban and suburban communities. Scientists…

    What’s the Nonpoint? Assessing Nonpoint Source Water Quality Threats Nationwide

  • In the Natural Inquirer Freshwater edition, you will learn many new things about Earth’s freshwater. As you read each article,…

    Freshwater – Vol. 18 No. 1

  • The Scientific Models in Adaptive Management Natural Inquirer examines a variety of different research topics including how hiking activities affect…

    Scientific Models in Adaptive Management – Vol. 17 No. 1

  • The scientists in this study developed a process to help managers identify management priorities. As conditions change over time, the…

    At Your Service: Developing Models to Help Natural Resource Managers Make Better Decisions

  • The cover of the article
    In this article, learn about soils and the amount of salmon-derived nutrients (SDN) in Southeast Alaska! Salmon-derived nutrients are nutrients…

    Food for the Soil: Soil and the Amount of Salmon-Derived Nutrients in Southeast Alaska