Major snowmelt and runoff events in central Canada carry stormwater contamination to the South Saskatchewan River.
California undergraduates get to explore wild Montana at the Bob and Mary Neher Field Station, conducting research in chemistry and biology of former mining areas.
Recent work shows how the “decorative” heterogeneity of surfaces at the nanoscale can help predict how colloids like bacteria travel through groundwater.
A team has created a metal organic framework that can remove high levels of toxic metals from water in seconds, for low cost and energy expense.
Researchers have developed a technology for removing silver nanoparticles from laundry wastewater, reducing environmental risks.