Zoom a Scientist: Impacts of Road Salt in the Adirondacks
Speaker: Brittany Christenson from ADKAction
Brittany Christenson will describe the work that her organization, ADKAction, has done to address pollution of waterways by road salt runoff, including developing recommendations for reducing road salt pollution and promoting alternative deicing products and techniques and best management practices to protect water resources.
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The Lake Champlain Sea Grant team hosts "Zoom a Scientist" sessions, focused on watershed and aquatic science. This virtual webinar series features scientists from the University of Vermont Rubenstein Ecosystem Science Laboratory, SUNY Plattsburgh, the Lake Champlain Research Institute, and our partner organizations. Sessions are open to all participants from school age to adults. To view archived sessions visit our resources page.
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