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August 27. 2013 11:50AM

Increased river alkalinization found across Eastern U.S.

Researchers from the University of Maryland and other institutions looked at records of alkalinity trends in 97 rivers from the U.S. state of Florida to the state of New Hampshire over the past 25 to 60 years and found that two-thirds of the region's rivers are becoming 'significantly more alkaline.'

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