Non-Point Source Pollution Research

Research on Salt Lake Waterways Studies are conducted on waterways and bodies of water to determine the water quality. This research looks at the amount of nitrogen, phosphorous, oil and grease in the water. It also determines how much dissolve oxygen is in the water to see if fish can even survive in it. Other sampling is also done on a continuing basis to determine the quality of drinking water.
Check out some of the research that is being conducted at the UH Water Resources Research Center.


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Automobile
Residents
Agriculture
Urban
Construction
Businesses
Storm Drains

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