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Streams Neutralize Nitrate in Groundwater
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Nitrate is a widespread contaminant of groundwater -- the water that 70 percent of Wisconsin's people drink. The University of Wisconsin Water Resources Institute is funding a project looking at how some of the nitrate in groundwater may be neutralized by bacteria in stream sediments.
John Karl
Science Communicator


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