Death by a Million Cuts

Oil field wastewater, while getting less attention than oil spills or pipeline ruptures, can be more environmentally damaging and difficult to clean up. According to a recent analysis by the Associated Press, some 180 million gallons of wastewater were spilled between 2009 and 2014. The salty brine, which is difficult…

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Restoration Notes from the Field – Assessment Principles and Practice

Trout Headwaters has been providing water resource assessment, inventory and monitoring as part of successful restoration for many years, and continually look for ways to decrease costs and increase value for our clients. Since field data collection demands specialized equipment and skilled personnel, some project managers skip the assessment process altogether and…

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TroutHeads Gear for the Holidays!

Unique Gifts for the Trout Head in Your Life Official TroutHeads gear makes great gifts and can be found only one place – www.troutheads.org! Proudly wear the official TroutHeads t-shirt or embroidered cap, or sport an official THI Staff shirt, cap, or field water bottle. Keep a journal in the…

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The Taimen Conservation Project – Notes from the Field August 13, 2012

The spring season came to an end on the Delger Murun River.  We have had an unusual weather pattern resulting in a higher amount of rain and even a little snow.  The river was quick to muddy up this year which is something we have never seen before.  From talking with locals and…

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The Taimen Conservation Project – Notes from the Field June 13, 2012

This series follows University of Montana graduate student Dan Bailey as he travels the wilds of Mongolia to survey and tag Taimen, the world’s largest trout. From the team’s remote field camp, Dan is posting to the Club EcoBlu blog as he assists with the Taimen Conservation Project .  Taimen are…

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The Taimen Conservation Project – Notes from the Field June 20, 2011

This third post in the series follows University of Montana graduate student Dan Bailey as he travels the wilds of Mongolia this summer to survey and tag Taimen, the world’s largest trout. From a remote field camp, Dan is working to assist with the Taimen Conservation Project.  Taimen are highly…

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