MaryAnne Hejna, PE co-authors Stream Restoration Reduces Elevated Phosphorus Levels in an Urban Watershed.

CT’s own MaryAnne Hejna, PE is co-author of an article in November’s Limnologica Magazine, Stream Restoration Reduces Elevated Phosphorus Levels in an Urban Watershed. The first 50 viewers to the link below can read the full article. Highlights include: Green infrastructure (restored stream) reduce PO4 levels in urban watersheds, forested riparian areas protect Lake Erie by lowering phosphorus levels, and urban planning budgets need water quality monitoring pre and post-construction.

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