Tag Archives: United States

On-Farm Groundwater Recharge

In the article below by Laura Sanchez, published March 7th 2018, one looks at how farmers in the United States seek to replenish groundwater supply via on-farm groundwater recharge. One can read the full article and comment by following the … Continue reading

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Drawing the Short Straw

With much evidence, highlighting the mass levels of plastic waste, that are polluting water ways (which means additional water treatment costs), and the fact that they eventually end up in the ocean, harming marine wildlife, the article below by Janice … Continue reading

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Dealing with Drought – Udemy

Do you have an interest in drought? Well Udemy’s free online course on “Dealing with Drought” developed by the National Environmental Education Foundation (NEEF) is for you. Once you create an online account with Udemy you will be able to … Continue reading

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Groundwater Use Could Be Significant Source of Carbon Dioxide

Based on a recent study in the United States, groundwater use has been linked to the release of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, due to groundwater depletion. Read on for further details on this unique study presented in a recent … Continue reading

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Algae Wars: A plan to clean water and convert algae to energy

In Laura Sanchez’s Water Efficiency blog post on August 9, 2017, she discusses the severity of algae growths in some parts of the United States, as well as, an experimental remediation project currently being developed by Sandia National Laboratories. To … Continue reading

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Stream Network Geometry Correlates with Climate (EOS)

This article by Terri Cook, was published April 6th, 2017 on Earth and Space Science News (EOS). A “big data” analysis of nearly 1 million river junctions in the contiguous United States shows that branching angles in dendritic drainages vary systematically … Continue reading

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Water Policy – Volume 18 Supplement 2

We have just received a print copy of the Water Policy journal (Volume 18 Supplement 2), the official journal of the World Water Council,which was published in December 2016. This issue focuses on “Drought Policies: Case Studies on Mega-droughts for … Continue reading

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