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University of Minnesota study shows wetlands provide landscape-scale reduction in nitrate pollution

(University of Minnesota) A study by University of Minnesota researchers provides new insights to demonstrate that multiple wetlands or 'wetland complexes' within a watershed are extremely effective at reducing harmful nitrate in rivers and streams.
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