Cheers! To our Most Precious Resource!

Could surface water be considered our most precious resource ?

There is no doubt that the economy is dependent on the resources of the natural world. The difference lies within the natural world's dependence on human development. One can easily draw the connections between a healthy ecosystem and a thriving biotic community. As development encroaches upon natural environments, the ecosystem degradation affects much more than the immediate area.

The purpose of this blog is to highlight the importance of a thriving riverine community upon the entire ecosystem. The focus of my research will relate to an approximately 100 mile stretch of the Delaware River from the town of Delaware Water
Gap to the city of Philadelphia, to illustrate the Delaware River's course from a pristine forested filtration to a nutrient deprived, industrial resource


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