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PFAS: Despite a Flurry of Federal Activity, We’re Still Waiting on Limits

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PFAS: Despite a Flurry of Federal Activity, We’re Still Waiting on LimitsFebruary 28, 2024 | Field Studies | Poly- and perfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) have emerged as a significant topic of concern in recent years, drawing …

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Insects as Climate Change Indicators: Meet the Woolly Caterpillar

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Insects as Climate Change Indicators: Meet the Woolly CaterpillarNovember 29, 2023 | Field Studies | In the intricate web of our environment, insects are indispensable bioindicators, offering profound insights into the complex repercussions of climate …

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A DFOP-based PRZM model to predict non-first order degradation and subsurface transport in soil and groundwater

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A DFOP-based PRZM model to predict non-first order degradation and subsurface transport in soil and groundwaterNovember 29, 2023 | Field Studies | Chemicals applied to a field have the potential for degradation to be underestimated …

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Bioswales: A Natural Tool in the War Against Urban Pollutants

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Bioswales: A Natural Tool in the War Against Urban PollutantsOctober 30, 2023 | Field Studies | Urban areas face an ongoing battle against water pollutants that wash from our sidewalks and roads into waterways throughout …

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From Doppler to Home Depot Runs, Flooding Has Changed Field Study Sampling

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From Doppler to Home Depot, Flooding Has Changed Field Study SamplingSeptember 27, 2023 | Field Studies | Floods and their devastating effects have dominated headlines around the world. Yet, not every flood leads to death …

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Industry Tackles Climate Change: Focus on Agriculture

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Industry Tackles Climate Change: Focus on AgricultureAugust 24, 2023 | Field Studies | Shifting weather and the resulting impacts on schedules and business continuity caused by climate change is a universal challenge spanning the globe …

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Water Testing During a Drought?

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Water Testing During a Drought? July 25, 2023 | Field Studies | Today’s ever-changing and often unpredictable weather has dominated our news feeds and impacted our daily lives. From full destruction to everyday inconvenience, extreme weather …

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Cover crops: innovating the pollinator and agriculture relationship

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Cover crops: innovating the pollinator and agriculture relationshipJune 26, 2023 | Field Studies | Pollinators are the hardworking backbone of the agriculture industry, impacting global markets and crop yields as they move from plant to …

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From AI to cost-cutting study techniques, Waterborne’s Innovation Team is driving the future, today

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From AI to cost-cutting study techniques, Waterborne’s Innovation Team is driving the future, todayJune 26, 2023 | Field Studies | Innovation, on behalf of our clients and our planet, is the driving force behind Waterborne’s …