What Can I Do To Help?
Firstly, you can print out the practical sheets that we have on this web site and start your own monitoring program. Ask your school whether they are interested in helping you go ahead with this project. It is extremely worth while and you might also gain some skills in working with a group. If you are able to get as many people in your area as possible to take part in this project, not only will you be able to learn about your river or lake through the results that you have gained, but you will also gain a sense of community to a level that you might never imagine that you would have.
You can also help your waterway by doing something within your own home. Many products are now available as "phosphate free". If we all use these products we might be able to help reduce the phosphate levels in our waterways.
Planet Ark is an international organization that sells environmentally friendly products. If there is a store in your neighborhood, go and tell them about what you have read and ask them any questions that you might have.
What Can I Do To Be Involved In Limnology?
On this web site, we encourage you to become actively involved in limnology. We have many forms of information that will help you in becoming limnology aware.
Tell your teachers about these and ask them to be involved in this new and exciting on-line project. These will make you very much aware of waterways and their impact on the environment. You will be able to easily integrate this project with many aspects of existing curricula.
Who Can I Contact to Further My Insight on Limnology?
We have included a list of people that you can contact via e-mail (or mail) on our links page.
Not only will you be able to get information on-line, but you can also ask your local council or government which departments relate to water quality control in your area.
And don't forget, we are always here to answer any questions that you might have on Limnology.
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