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  1. Videos Promote Groundwater Fields Of Study, Careers
    6/26/2015

    With a projected shortage of 135,000 geoscientists expected to occur in the United States within the next 10 years, the National Ground Water Association is promoting two new videos spotlighting groundwater fields of study and careers to precollege and college students.

  2. New Center To Advance Drought Research, Preparedness
    6/25/2015

    Drought affects every state in the U.S. Its impacts cut across economies and the environment and can last for years. 

  3. Texas Regulators Investigate Link Between Fracking And Earthquakes
    6/25/2015

    State regulators are considering whether fracking injection wells are the cause of recent earthquakes in Texas.

  4. NASA Finds Water Running Out, But Not How Fast
    6/25/2015

    There are signs that the world is running out of water: shortages, strict conservation mandates, and violent water conflicts that are expected to get worse.

  5. Drought-Fighting Fountain Valley, California Uses Sensus Technology To Save Water
    6/25/2015

    Water restrictions, conservation rebates and turf removal are some of the ways the City of Fountain Valley encourages residents to save water as California’s historic drought continues.

  6. McCrometer Exhibits Advanced Flow Meters For Best Practice Water Quality Management
    6/25/2015

    Water quality professionals at WEFTEC 2015 will want to visit McCrometer Booth 4405 to see the latest demonstrations of McCrometer’s high accuracy, cost-effective flow meter solutions for industrial process water treatment, district energy, cooling towers, HVAC and municipal water and wastewater.

  7. WEFTEC 2015 Ragball Contest
    6/24/2015

    Sewer systems have finally met their match. Flushable wipes, especially when knotted together with rags, sanitary products, and grease, forms an indestructible ragball that causes clogs and other issues for municipal and county sewer systems and wastewater treatment plants.

  8. Texas Bans Fracking Bans
    6/24/2015

    A ban on bans is one of the most recent developments in the debate over whether to set rules aimed at limiting the environmental impact of fracking.

  9. Kentucky Courts Block Lax Water Pollution Regulations
    6/24/2015

    The Kentucky courts have called out state regulators for going too easy on the power industry, potentially to the detriment of the Ohio River.

  10. Orange County Water District Funds Two-Year Research Project By UCR Environmental Economists
    6/24/2015

    Two environmental economists at the University of California, Riverside have been awarded a $184,000 grant by the Moulton Niguel Water District (MNWD) to evaluate what motivates homeowners to reduce water use, and which conservation programs are most cost-effective.

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