Monthly Archives: July 2017

Water Well Journal – August 2017

The digital copy of the Water Well Journal, Volume 71 No. 8 for August 2017, from the National Ground Water Association (NGWA), is now available for perusal. This issue deals with topics such as green technology, geothermal installation, solar pumping … Continue reading

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Water, Sanitation and Matt Damon

I don’t know about everybody else but I really love movies and some actors I just find really amazing. One actor I really love to watch on screen is Matt Damon, since he’s so dedicated to his role and seems … Continue reading

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20th International Riversymposium and Environmental Flows Conference

The International River Foundation, will be hosting its 20th International Riversymposium and Environmental Flows Conference in Brisbane, Australia from the 18 -20 September, 2017. This Conference is an opportunity for those involved in all aspects of sustainable river basin management globally … Continue reading

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2017 Thiess International Riverprize Finalists

We all know that rivers play an important role, whether it is for supporting a unique ecosystem, providing areas for recreation and most importantly ensuring sustainable development through the provision of a clean water supply. The International River Foundation champions … Continue reading

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Software Strategies – Water-monitoring software and cloud-based storage help boost utilities’ bottom lines.

This article, published by Dan Rafter on July 18, 2017, describes the water-monitoring software used by the Maynilad Water Services, a private water provider in the Philippines. Software Strategies Water-monitoring software and cloud-based storage help boost utilities’ bottom lines. Maynilad Water … Continue reading

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FREE Webinar: Effective Utility Management: Your Utility’s Road to Sustainability

This webinar, provided by the American Water Works Association, highlights utility management’s value and importance, based on the Attributes of Effectively Managed Utilities (EUM) and Keys to Management Success, which AWWA, the US Environmental Protection Agency, and several leading water-sector … Continue reading

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A Powerful New Tool for Research

Author Terri Cook highlights an open source generic mapping tool, GMT/MATLAB Toolbox which provides interoperability, as well as, a simple and flexible interface for geoscience users. Source: A Powerful New Tool for Research

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Cities Partner to Prepare for Natural Hazards and Climate Change

This article by Magaret M. Hurtwitz et al. really highlights the significance of satellite observations, together with, meaningful partnerships, in dealing with climate change and the geophysical hazards. Source: Cities Partner to Prepare for Natural Hazards and Climate Change

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Earth and Space Science News (EOS) – July 2017

Volume 98 Issue 7 for the Earth and Space  Science News Magazine is now available for perusal. This issue presents topics such as data buoys and typhoons, magnetic mapping, water quality database and aquatic systems, advocacy, stream network geometry and … Continue reading

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Communities and Experts Collaborate for Climate Resilience

The article shared below by Nancy D. Lamontagne provides several examples of communities that have engaged in the Resilience Dialogues, as part of the Resilience Dialogues project in the United States, which has been developed to make it easier for … Continue reading

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