Lake appreciation and engagement of the public is critical in establishing and maintaining healthy lakes, streams, and other aquatic systems.
The influence of bacteria on carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus cycling processes in lakes and their influence on lake health is explored.
Greenhouse gas dynamics research in lakes and streams by NTL-LTER yields some surprising results, especially regarding methane.
Development and crop land use in the United States lead to elevated chloride levels in thousands of lakes.
The National Lakes Assessment is helping to bridge an enormous limnological data gap across the continental United States.
Interdisciplinary research provides an in-depth look at how humans and lakes affect each other, and how we value healthy lake ecosystems.