Tuesday, January 31, 2012

EPA Seeks Mississippi River Basin Nutrient Pollution Impact Photos for Education and Outreach

The Environmental Protection Agency's Office of Water has announced that it is looking for digital photographs depicting the adverse impacts of nutrient pollution within the Mississippi River Basin (i.e., those showing algal blooms or fish kills, or other impacts on recreation, tourism and public health).  EPA hopes to use the images collected for public outreach and education in order to raise public awareness about the negative results associated with Mississippi River Basin nutrient pollution.

Photos should ideally  be medium to high quality (size: 300 dpi or greater).  Interested persons should contact Patricia Scott at scott.patricia@epa.gov to discuss details.

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