Insects Key Indicators of Water Health, Experts Say

Publication: National Geographic News   Date: February 1, 2007   View Article

Sometimes it’s good to have bugs in your water.

An increase in the diversity and size of water insects is heralding an improvement in the environmental quality of streams that flow into the Carson River in northern California and Nevada.

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