Maumee River Watershed

Maumee River Watershed

The Maumee River Watershed is the largest watershed that empties into the Great Lakes and the region is struggling with water quality and water usage issues.  This video focuses on the relationship of land and the watershed; explaining the cycle of run-off sedimentation; nutrient loading; algal blooms; the huge dead zone appearing in Lake Erie; and the effects of climate change on the phosphorus cycle. What can we do to improve the watershed, and the very system we rely upon to survive?

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