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18 Rooting Out Radioactive Groundwater
Scientists are discovering potentially alarming levels of naturally occurring radioactive particles in groundwater around the world.
22 Rejuvenating Restoration
of the Great Lakes
The Great Lakes supply water to 40 million people in the United States and Canada, and are facing challenges from both invasive species and pollution.
James M. McNeal and Norman G. Grannemann
30 Coastal Playground’s Water Woes
Fresh drinking water is becoming a rare natural commodity along the coast, where limited supplies and saltwater contamination pose a double threat.
34 Searching for Water in All the Right Places
Scientists are developing new techniques and rethinking old ones to explore for new sources of groundwater.
Translating Science Into Informed Policies
Everything from unethical behavior to personal bias can affect whether the best science goes into formulating science-related legislation.
Candice R. Constantine and Robert C. Wilkinson
8 NEWS NOTES
17 POLITICAL SCENE
42 TRENDS & INNOVATIONS
4 From the Editor
6 Letters: Perspectives from readers
38 Where on Earth?
55 Classifieds: Career opportunities
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