Monthly Archives: May 2017

Scientists Predict Active Hurricane Season

  With hurricanes being highly destructive, whether to property or human life, one should definitely be mindful of the hurricane season, while making the necessary preparations. Read on to learn what scientists have to say about the upcoming Atlantic hurricane … Continue reading

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The Ocean Cleanup Project

Remember last week when I shared an article by JoAnna Wendel about how pollution, especially plastic, was impacting one of the Pitcairn islands, namely Henderson Island. Thus, making many of us feel hopeless about the future of the environment and life … Continue reading

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Water Demand Management: Using technology to forecast water usage and improve efficiency

With technology being a big part of our day to day lives it’s seems inevitable that it can be used to solve issues of water usage and improve efficiency. This is highlighted in an article by Lori Lovely in the June … Continue reading

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Climate Change’s Pulse Is in Central America and the Caribbean

This article  by J.E. Gonzalez et al. notes that  regions within Central America and the Caribbean are ideally located for tracking the effects of climate change and testing innovative ways to adapt to such changes which could serve as a template for other … Continue reading

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Plastic Waste Knows No Bounds

Wow! This article published by JoAnna Wendel (accessed via the link) is a definite need-to-read, especially to highlight the impact of pollution, which has taken over one of the largest Pitcairn islands in the United Kingdom, Henderson Island with about … Continue reading

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Why Is There So Much Carbon Dioxide in Rivers?

A very interesting article on carbon dioxide in rivers by Sarah Whitman discussing how carbon flows through freshwater bodies which can be applied to pollution and nutrients in the future. Do enjoy! Source: Why Is There So Much Carbon Dioxide … Continue reading

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Journal of Water Reuse and Desalination Volume 7 No. 3

Journal of Water Reuse and Desalination September 2017; Vol. 7, No. 3 Please view the links below for open access articles from the Journal of Water Reuse and Desalination for September 2017 Volume 7 No. 3. Incidental potable water reuse in … Continue reading

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New Integrated Library System (ILS) Plans

With our present library management system not being able to fully support our needs in terms of search ability, ease of use, reliability and just overall management, I have been in contact with COMPanion Corporation, in order to learn more … Continue reading

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Water Well Journal – May 2017

We have received our May 2017 issue of the Water Well Journal (Volume 71 Issue 5) from the National Groundwater Association (NGWA) which focuses on irrigation and groundwater. This issue presents a  variety of articles discussing topics such as water resources … Continue reading

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EOS Earth and Space Science News Volume 98 Issue 5

A new issue of the EOS – Earth, Space and Science News Magazine (Volume 98 Issue 5) is now available. This issue discusses some relevant topics including coastal wetlands, carbon storage, past floods and flood hazards,  risk assessment, green cities, … Continue reading

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