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  1. 2019 Ohio Watershed Academy Syllabus

    https://ohiowatersheds.osu.edu/academy/2019-ohio-watershed-academy-syllabus

    was first offered in 2001 and you will be participating in the 18 th class. The purpose of OWA is to ... you have any questions about the course feel free to contact Anne Baird, OWA Program Director ... Oct. 14, 2019 with an orientation webinar from 12-1 pm. The first assignment will be due Monday October ...

  2. Nitrate (as N)

    https://ohiowatersheds.osu.edu/node/1536

    GENERAL INFORMATION Nitrates (NO 3) in drinking water usually originates from fertilizers or from ... sample but do not exceed the maximum contaminant level. 0.09- 0.6 Values above 2.0 ppm indicate surfaces ... TREATMENT OPTIONS Reverse Osmosis Up to 30 mg/l (does not work well when nitrate levels exceed 30mg/l) Ion ...

  3. Great Lakes Restoration Initiative (GLRI) Grants/Cooperative Agreements

    https://ohiowatersheds.osu.edu/news/great-lakes-restoration-initiative-glri-grantscooperative-agreements

    nonpoint source and nearshore health issues. It is not anticipated that EPA will offer funding ... Great Lakes News       EPA expects to soon issue a Request for Applications (RFA) to solicit ... https://www.epa.gov/great-lakes-funding/great-lakes-restoration-initiative-glri. Once released, applicants will have approximately 45 days to respond to the RFA. This ...

  4. Sodium

    https://ohiowatersheds.osu.edu/node/1503

    GENERAL INFORMATION Sodium is widely distributed in soils, plants, water and foods. It is ... contains some sodium and chloride. A major source of sodium in the natural waters is due to the weathering ... pressure. mg/L ppm Inorganic major constituent ACTION IS OPTIONAL There are no federally-enforced ...

  5. Arsenic

    https://ohiowatersheds.osu.edu/node/1507

    OPTIONAL Arsenic levels were detected in your water sample but do not exceed the maximum contaminant level. ... water. Most of the arsenic in water will ultimately end up in soil or sediment. HEALTH EFFECTS Drinking ... water is the main source of human exposure to arsenic. Some people who drink water containing arsenic in ...

  6. Friends of the Scioto River

    https://ohiowatersheds.osu.edu/groups/friends-scioto-river

    wildlife which uses and depends on it. The group does not meet on a regular schedule but there are numerous ...

  7. Potassium

    https://ohiowatersheds.osu.edu/node/1502

    acceptable. HEALTH EFFECTS Potassium in drinking water does not pose a health risk in healthy individuals. ... potassium does not pose a health risk for healthy individuals, its presence in well water may indicate ... constituent ACTION IS OPTIONAL Potassium levels were detected in your water sample. There is no health-based ...

  8. For Well Owners

    https://ohiowatersheds.osu.edu/know-your-well-water/well-owners

    There are a number of materials here that may be helpful for understanding how to test, understand ... If you are visiting this site and have not had your water tested, you should arrange to have your ... basis to maintain a record of water quality and identify any changes to these parameters. Any additional ...

  9. Ohio Watershed Academy

    https://ohiowatersheds.osu.edu/academy

    Next Ohio Watershed Academy Course will begin in the fall of 2020. Ohio Watershed Academy (OWA) is ... found under "About Us." The course will help you to increase your knowledge and skills in ... management. Because of the multi-disciplinary nature of the topic, no single topic can be covered in great ...

  10. Uranium

    https://ohiowatersheds.osu.edu/node/1544

    OPTIONAL Uranium levels were detected in your water sample but do not exceed the maximum contaminant level. ... breakthrough does not occur. Lime Softening: Lime softening is used on large water supply systems to soften ... water sources from human-made nuclear materials can also occur. Most radioactive contaminants are at ...

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