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January 11, 2017 1:00 PM
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Alicia Duplessis Jasmin aduples@tulane.edu
  

The five finalists for the $1 million Tulane University Nitrogen Reduction Challenge convened Tuesday during the Tulane Challenge Team Summit. Each group presented their proposed solution to solving “dead zones” and protecting the world’s lakes and oceans. (Photos by Cheryl Gerber).

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Mark Davis, director of the Institute on Water Resources Law and Policy at the Tulane School of Law addresses summit attendees. Davis is a member of the Tulane University Nitrogen Reduction Challenge team, a unique group of experts and nationally recognized industry leaders in Social Innovation, Water Resources Law and Policy and in Coastal Research.

Harold van Es of Adapt-N makes his team’s presentation.

Lt. Gen. Russel Honore, right, listens to Ernest Girouard, left, of the Louisiana State University Agricultural Center.

Leah Berger Jensen, standing, director of the Tulane Nitrogen Reduction Challenge, speaks to the group.