Tag Archives: water quality

Free Webinar: Paradigm Shifts in Water Quality Sensor Design

Data from continuous water quality monitoring networks inform critical activities across every sector of the surface water industry today, from meeting federal and state water quality standards and ensuring safe recreational waters, to researching and managing the effects of climate change. … Continue reading

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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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Monitoring for Water Quality on Farms, Reserves and Urban Creeks

This article published by David C. Richardson on July 29th 2017, as part of the Forester Daily News, highlights water quality monitoring in Millstone Watershed, waterways in Georgia and other locations throughout the United States. Monitoring for Water Quality on … Continue reading

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Water Well Journal – July 2017

We have just received our digital copy of the Water Well Journal for July 2017.  This issue discusses topics such as well rehabilitation and chemicals, well efficiency and fluid mechanics, water quality, engineering water systems, conversing with customers, benefits of … 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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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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Journal of Water Reuse and Desalination

Open access articles are now available from the Journal of Water Reuse and Desalination Volume 7 Issue 2 – June 2017 from IWA Publishing. Persons can access these articles (via PDF as well) below.   Forward osmosis membrane fouling and … Continue reading

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Water Well Journal – April 2017

We have just received our subscription of the Water Well Journal for April 2017 from the National Groundwater Association (NGWA). This issue includes articles on well design, wells’ life-cycle, nitrates and groundwater, water treatment, preventing muscle injuries through ergonomic processes, … Continue reading

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