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rain in a harvested cornfield

Runoff during an autumn storm flows out of a harvested cornfield.

Credit: Eric Booth


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agricultural land in Wisconsin's Yahara River

View of agricultural land in Wisconsin's Yahara River watershed.

Credit: Eric Booth


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Yahara River

Agricultural land surrounds the Yahara River before it enters Lake Mendota near Madison.

Credit: Eric Booth


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Lake Mendota

Sediment runoff into Lake Mendota following a summer thunderstorm.

Credit: Dick Lathrop


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Aerial view of Lake Mendota

Aerial view of Lake Mendota covered with a bloom of cyanobacteria in summer.

Credit: Eric Booth


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bloom of cyanobacteria

Lake-level look at a bloom of cyanobacteria.

Credit: Steve Carpenter


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