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Last updated on Tuesday, November 28, 2006
(INDIANAPOLIS) - A group of naturalists is gathering in Indianapolis this week to discuss the health of the state’s river system.
More than two hundred scientists will cover ways to stop a cycle of pollution which begins when water, snow or irrigation carries foreign substances over land and into the state's water table.
Officials at Hanover College organized the event, which brings together experts from 14 states and three countries.
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