Semiconductor Analytics

Idaho tops 100000 acre-feet in fall recharge - Capital Press

 
 
Idaho tops 100000 acre-feet in fall rechargeCapital PressBOISE - An Idaho Department of Water Resources official said it's been a record fall for the state's aquifer recharge program, which has already injected more than 100,000 acre-feet of surplus surface water into the Eastern Snake Plain Aquifer. The ...
 
Related NewsFeeds

Energy CollectiveRole of Global Warming in Present and Future HurricanesEnergy CollectiveSummary: The day that Hurricane Harvey made landfall in Texas the water temperature in the Gulf of Mexico was a

0 visits

Aberdeen Evening ExpressDeep fat fryers may help form cooling cloudsBBC NewsBut they are dismissive of the idea that cooking fats could somehow be used as a form of geo-engineering to limit the impact

0 visits

Economic TimesIndia & Israel: Cooperation on water managementEconomic TimesThe MoU was also signed by U.P. Jal Nigam, Government of Uttar Pradesh, and the Ministry of National Infrastructure, Energy a

0 visits

Advocates decry loss of water advisory groupTimes Daily"The results of these assessment reports will provide a significant baseline of data and information to guide the process for any enhancements to

0 visits

Geauga Maple LeafPark District Awarded Grants to Protect Geauga's Water ResourcesGeauga Maple LeafThe grants - a Water Resources Restoration Sponsor Program grant and Great Lakes Restoration Initi

0 visits

Geauga Maple LeafPark District Awarded Grants to Protect Geauga's Water Resources ...Geauga Maple LeafTwo grants totaling up to $1.1 million will have a hand in improving water quality in Geauga C

0 visits

San Francisco ChronicleCalifornia birds nesting earlier to try to survive global warmingSan Francisco ChronicleErik Beever, a U.S. Geological Survey research ecologist who focuses on climate adaptatio

0 visits

Commend Gov. Brown for rejecting the water-rights transfer, Nestle bottling plantStatesman JournalHere in Oregon, we need to be managing our water resources sustainably, to ensure access for the peopl

0 visits

TheStranger.comGlobal Warming Brings the Tropics to Pacific Northwest's Turkey Holiday-Almost 70F in SeattleTheStranger.comWhy are temperatures so high? It just has to be all of the carbon we are

0 visits

SCVNEWS.comCLWA Water Resources Committee Meeting Rescheduled for Dec. 12SCVNEWS.comThe Castaic Lake Water Agency's Water Resources Committee meeting scheduled for Wednesday, December 6 at 5:30 p.

0 visits

Jamaica ObserverCockpit country boundary excludes important water resources - CCSGJamaica ObserverKINGSTON, Jamaica - The Cockpit Country Stakeholders Group (CCSG) says it is encouraged by the declara

9 visits

Jamaica ObserverCockpit country boundary excludes important water resources ...Jamaica ObserverKINGSTON, Jamaica - The Cockpit Country Stakeholders Group (CCSG) says it is encouraged by the declaratio

0 visits

Concerted efforts needed for sustainable mgmt. of fresh water resources in isles: KhirwarThe Echo of IndiaTo address the issue of water scarcity in the country particularly drinking water, the Central

0 visits

Chicago TribuneSpeak out: Restrict driving to ease global warmingChicago TribuneCause of global warming: Man-made global warming is blamed for almost every weather disaster. And what is the major caus

1 visits

Daily MailBubbling lakes could release huge amounts of methane and trigger a climate catastrophe by accelerating global ...Daily MailAlthough not as prominent as carbon dioxide, methane is a much more

1 visits

Arizona Public MediaUnderstanding the Impact of Climate Change on Water RechargeArizona Public MediaWater Active management areas view larger VIEW LARGER An Arizona Department of Water Resources map o

0 visits

Portola Reporter Public Notices for the week of 11/22/17Plumas County NewspapersNOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING AND STAFF WORKSHOPS; DRAFT AMENDMENT TO STATEWIDE INDUSTRIAL GENERAL STORM WATER PERMIT The Sta

0 visits

EcoWatchNorthern Red Sea Could Be Unique Global Warming Refuge for CoralEcoWatchLying at the northern tip of the Red Sea, the Gulf of Aqaba might be able sustain its coral population for another 100 t

0 visits

Wisconsin GazetteGlobal warming sage Bill McKibben pens novel of Vermont, 'resistance'Wisconsin GazetteFor decades, Vermont environmentalist Bill McKibben has been telling the world about the

0 visits

NewsweekWhat Will Happen if the World No Longer Has Water?Newsweek"There are no more water resources here.? Jordan could be the first country to run out of water, but it likely wouldn't be the las

0 visits

 
Semiconductor Analytics