For this week's infographic I was looking around for something great on the Clean Water Act, which was was passed into law by the US Congress (over President Nixon's veto) on 18 October 1972. Alas, I was not able to find something clear and colorful and informative about all that the Clean Water Act has done for our country and our environmental and personal health over these past four decades. I did, however, find a very insightful interactive graphic feature that was originally published in 2009 by the New York Times. I mentioned previously on this blog one of the reporters who was responsible for this interactive feature, Charles Duhigg, who was honored with a Science Journalism Award from the Kavli Foundation and the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) in 2009 for his work on the New York Times feature series "Toxic Waters." Credit goes as well to Mr. Duhigg's research and reporting partner Karl Russell at the New York Times. The Flash-animated interactive feature shown here is merely a link to their excellent and detailed work drawing all of the data together and publishing it online. I have not copied their data or work, or the code of the interactive feature itself, merely a couple of image captures and link to the original feature from this space. For more information on all of the stories and features related to Mr. Duhigg's (and everyone else's) great work on the "Toxic Waters" series, check out their New York Times pages.