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Wellspring Articles

The MTU Regional Groundwater Education in Michigan (GEM) Center, now the Center for Science and Environmental Outreach, published fourteen issues of the Wellspring newsletter between 1992 and 1996.
Some of the articles reprinted here are of general interest; others offer more technical information.

Greener, Gentler Alternatives to Hazardous Household Products

Fluoridation: In the Teeth of a Controversy

Drinking-Water Disinfection: Closing the Curtain on Chlorine?

Drinking-Water Disinfection: Fighting Microbes with Microbes

Reducing Your Risk from Crypto and Other Waterborne Pathogens

Sorting the Sound Science From the Junk

Michigan Tech Researchers Use Solar Power to Clean Contaminated Groundwater

The Deicing Debate: Will It Ever Be Put On Ice?

Road Salt: Still the Deicer of Choice

Oil’s Well That Ends Well

Is Your Yard Chemically Dependent?

Pesticides: Not Just Down on the Farm

 

 

 

 

Center for Science and Environmental Outreach
Joan Chadde, jchadde@mtu.edu
K-12 Education & Outreach Program Coordinator

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