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Pollution Source Tracking Technologies - Pollution source tracking is the study of the origin of contamination in the environment. A complete approach to source tracking will promote action to eliminate the contamination at its source to restore water quality conditions and improve human and environmental health. This article describes the most commonly used methods that are used to determine the sources of fecal pollution in recreational waterways, and includes a discussion of their general cost and accessibility.

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Giving thanks to the ocean

This holiday season, we hope you're able to spend time with loved ones to give thanks to each other and the amazing ecosystems around us. Keep the ocean in mind when designing your menu (opt for organic and plant-based where possible), and avoid single-use plastic decorations and packaging.
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