The National Lakes Assessment is helping to bridge an enormous limnological data gap across the continental United States.
Local watchdog SF Baykeeper reports that the water quality in the San Francisco Bay is improving, in part thanks to long-term monitoring and advocacy.
Surfers and other beach users in Indiana are pursuing a lawsuit, hoping to make US Steel follow the regulations for chromium dumping in Lake Michigan.
Water quality monitoring on the recovering White River in Indiana backs work behind the idea that a healthy, accessible river will enrich Indianapolis and its citizens.
New research shows the 1972 Clean Water Act almost singlehandedly brought sportfish populations back to the Illinois River.