Tag Archives: technology

Bringing Climate Projections Down to Size for Water Managers

In the article below, by Kimberly M.S. Cartier, published in the EOS Earth and Space Science News magazine on July 26, 2019, one looks at a project with the potential of making global climate change projections more relevant for water … Continue reading

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Water Well Journal – August 2019

The digital copy of the Water Well Journal (August 2019) from the National Ground Water Association (NGWA) is now available for perusal. This issue discusses topics such as reverse circulation drilling; technology and its benefits for agricultural systems; irrigation fundamentals; … Continue reading

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Earth & Space Science News May 2019

In this issue of EOS Earth & Space Science News magazine (Vol. 100 No. 5) , topics highlighted include the devastating effects of ocean warming in the Gulf of Maine, ocean science and how the use of technology and modeling capabilities can … Continue reading

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Pastoralists rely on satellites to search for water

With the advancement of climate change, many countries suffer frequent and longer drought conditions.  Yet, technology and relevant tools are able to make a difference. For example, in the article linked below, from UN Environment , nomadic herders in Sahel … Continue reading

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Smart Water Management

Water is a necessary resource and can often be described as life itself, since without water persons will not be able to survive. Yet, while such a resource is needed and is mainly provided by water management utilities, such organizations … Continue reading

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Water Policy Journal – April 2018

We have just received our print copy of the Water Policy Journal Volume 20 Issue 2 for April 2018 from IWA Publishing.   Topics highlighted via research articles and case studies, in this issue, include climate change, water availability, cultural … Continue reading

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Listening for Leaks

We all know how awful non-revenue water loss is, with customers and the utility experiencing little benefits from water lost through leaks, since it is a precious commodity needed by customers, as well as, the service which the utility is … Continue reading

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Swimming in Profits, Not Drowning in Losses – Successful leak detection and audit methods

As employees of a public utility we all know the importance of providing customers with a reliable water supply. Yet, due to aged infrastructure, and a lack of funds to remedy this, a lot of water is lost due to … Continue reading

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Water Resources Materials Available

Some of the water resources materials that can be accessed through the library are presented below in the image gallery. Persons interested in viewing any of these documents can send me an email or visit me at my desk.

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Solutions for Aging Water Infrastructure

The pipelines that municipalities use to deliver drinking water to their residents take a beating. Large cities pump tens of millions of gallons of water to their customers every day. And many of the pipes that municipalities rely on to transport drinking water and … Continue reading

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