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California drought: Why doesn't California build big dams any more? - San Jose Mercury News

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California drought: Why doesn't California build big dams any more?
San Jose Mercury News
And finally, cities and farms came up with new ways to provide water, from groundwater storage to recycling wastewater to conservation like drip irrigation and more efficient toilets. Today, cities like Los Angeles and San Jose use the same amount of ...

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Bledsoe residents want water problems fixed - SFGate

Google: Science Water - 4 hours 54 min ago

Bledsoe residents want water problems fixed
SFGate
He is a retired engineer who has collected a decade's worth of test results on the water. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation officials say recent work at the plant has raised water quality to acceptable standards. TDEC spokeswoman ...

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World Water Week: Energy and Water Communities Must Cooperate to Meet ... - Canada NewsWire (press release)

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Energy Live News

World Water Week: Energy and Water Communities Must Cooperate to Meet ...
Canada NewsWire (press release)
1, 2014 /CNW/ - Global leaders gathered in Stockholm today for the 24th annual World Water Week, urging the energy and water communities to work together to face some of the main challenges of our time, providing clean drinking water and energy for a ...
World Water Week discusses 'energy and water links'Energy Live News
Scientists call for better rainwater management to eradicate hungerInterAksyon

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Categories: U.S. EPA News

BeCAUSE They Care: SWFL nonprofit news - The News-Press

Google: Science Water - August 31, 2014 - 23:25

BeCAUSE They Care: SWFL nonprofit news
The News-Press
Kissinger is an alumnus of Leadership Collier and Bonita Springs, and is a board member of Bonita Springs Assistance Office as well as Crew Land Water & Trust. He graduated from Florida Gulf Coast University with a Bachelor of Science in accounting ...

BeCAUSE They Care: SWFL nonprofit news - The News-Press

Google: Science Water - August 31, 2014 - 23:25

BeCAUSE They Care: SWFL nonprofit news
The News-Press
Kissinger is an alumnus of Leadership Collier and Bonita Springs, and is a board member of Bonita Springs Assistance Office as well as Crew Land Water & Trust. He graduated from Florida Gulf Coast University with a Bachelor of Science in accounting ...

Big Bend & Fla. news briefs - Tallahassee Democrat (blog)

Google: Science Water - August 31, 2014 - 22:45

Big Bend & Fla. news briefs
Tallahassee Democrat (blog)
... into the water. Crews from the Coast Guard, Pinellas County and St. Petersburg Fire and Rescue, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and Eckerd College Search and Rescue arrived on scene to assist. ... They have brought together a ...

Big Bend & Fla. news briefs - Tallahassee Democrat (blog)

Google: Science Water - August 31, 2014 - 22:45

Big Bend & Fla. news briefs
Tallahassee Democrat (blog)
... into the water. Crews from the Coast Guard, Pinellas County and St. Petersburg Fire and Rescue, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and Eckerd College Search and Rescue arrived on scene to assist. ... They have brought together a ...

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Prime Hook project threatens roadway - The News Journal

Google: Science Water - August 31, 2014 - 19:28

Prime Hook project threatens roadway
The News Journal
The Sandy relief money gives federal officials money to tackle the problem in a big way, but Rizzo said at the heart of the project is science and modeling that tries to recreate flooding scenarios. "We can only do what the science tells us," he said ...

Scientists find more arsenic in wells near drilling - Houston Chronicle

Google: Science Water - August 31, 2014 - 19:25

NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Scientists find more arsenic in wells near drilling
Houston Chronicle
FORT WORTH - North Texas water wells within two miles of active gas drilling sites contain higher concentrations of arsenic and other carcinogens, according to a study published in the journal Environmental Science and Technology. ... Researchers at ...
Study finds more arsenic in wells near drillingKPRC Houston

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Blue Water Energy, Blackstone and GIC Invest $500M in Siccar Point Energy - Rigzone

Water Energy News from Google - August 31, 2014 - 18:18

CITY A.M.

Blue Water Energy, Blackstone and GIC Invest $500M in Siccar Point Energy
Rigzone
Siccar Point Energy Limited (together with its subsidiaries referred to as Siccar Point Energy or the Company), a new exploration, development and production company focused on the North Sea, announced Sunday that affiliates of Blue Water Energy and ...
Blackstone and Blue Water Energy back North Sea oil co – ReutersThomson Reuters' peHUB (press release)
Heavyweight financing for newcomers Siccar PointHerald Scotland
Private equity groups make $500m UK North Sea oil investmentFinancial Times
Scotsman -CITY A.M. -Channel News Asia
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Categories: U.S. EPA News

Blue Water Energy, Blackstone and GIC Invest $500M in Siccar Point Energy - Rigzone

Water Energy News from Google - August 31, 2014 - 18:18

CITY A.M.

Blue Water Energy, Blackstone and GIC Invest $500M in Siccar Point Energy
Rigzone
Siccar Point Energy Limited (together with its subsidiaries referred to as Siccar Point Energy or the Company), a new exploration, development and production company focused on the North Sea, announced Sunday that affiliates of Blue Water Energy and ...
Heavyweight financing for newcomers Siccar PointHerald Scotland
North Sea oil gets $500m vote of confidence from private equityTelegraph.co.uk
Ex-Centrica oil chief launches into North SeaScotsman
CITY A.M. -Financial Times -Reuters Africa
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Categories: U.S. EPA News

Blue Water Energy, Blackstone and GIC Invest $500M in Siccar Point Energy - Rigzone

Water Energy News from Google - August 31, 2014 - 18:18

Herald Scotland

Blue Water Energy, Blackstone and GIC Invest $500M in Siccar Point Energy
Rigzone
Siccar Point Energy Limited (together with its subsidiaries referred to as Siccar Point Energy or the Company), a new exploration, development and production company focused on the North Sea, announced Sunday that affiliates of Blue Water Energy and ...
Heavyweight financing for newcomers Siccar PointHerald Scotland
Ex-Centrica oil chief launches into North SeaScotsman
North Sea oil gets $500m vote of confidence from private equityTelegraph.co.uk
Financial Times -Reuters Africa -The Punch
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Categories: U.S. EPA News

Prime Hook plan includes new bridge - The News Journal

Google: Science Water - August 31, 2014 - 18:04

Prime Hook plan includes new bridge
The News Journal
"We can only do what the science tells us," he said. Some have suggested the money would be better spent to buy out property owners in the Prime Hook and Shorts beach communities to the south. But Rizzo said that isn't an option with the allotted money.

Prime Hook project threatens roadway - The News Journal

Google: Science Water - August 31, 2014 - 18:04

Prime Hook project threatens roadway
The News Journal
The Sandy relief money gives federal officials money to tackle the problem in a big way, but Rizzo said at the heart of the project is science and modeling that tries to recreate flooding scenarios. "We can only do what the science tells us," he said ...

California drought: Why doesn't California build big dams any more? - San Jose Mercury News

Google: Science Water - August 31, 2014 - 15:50

California drought: Why doesn't California build big dams any more?
San Jose Mercury News
And finally, cities and farms came up with new ways to provide water, from groundwater storage to recycling wastewater to conservation like drip irrigation and more efficient toilets. Today, cities like Los Angeles and San Jose use the same amount of ...

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California drought: Why doesn't California build big dams any more? - San Jose Mercury News

Google: Science Water - August 31, 2014 - 15:50

California drought: Why doesn't California build big dams any more?
San Jose Mercury News
And finally, cities and farms came up with new ways to provide water, from groundwater storage to recycling wastewater to conservation like drip irrigation and more efficient toilets. Today, cities like Los Angeles and San Jose use the same amount of ...

and more »

River Wranglers work to conserve, educate about river - Reno Gazette Journal

Google: Science Water - August 31, 2014 - 12:22

River Wranglers work to conserve, educate about river
Reno Gazette Journal
River Wranglers is funded by three grants from the Nevada Division of Environmental Protection through the Carson Water Subconservancy District. These grants are: Conserve Carson River Work Days, Environmental Education and Conservation Tours. Conlin ...

Study finds more arsenic in wells near drilling - KPRC Houston

Google: Science Water - August 31, 2014 - 12:00

KPRC Houston

Study finds more arsenic in wells near drilling
KPRC Houston
North Texas water wells within two miles of active gas drilling sites contain higher concentrations of arsenic and other carcinogens, according to a study published in the journal Environmental Science and Technology. ... the Barnett Shale, trying to ...
Scientists find more arsenic in wells near drillingHouston Chronicle

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Study finds more arsenic in wells near drilling - KPRC Houston

Google: Science Water - August 31, 2014 - 12:00

KPRC Houston

Study finds more arsenic in wells near drilling
KPRC Houston
North Texas water wells within two miles of active gas drilling sites contain higher concentrations of arsenic and other carcinogens, according to a study published in the journal Environmental Science and Technology. ... the Barnett Shale, trying to ...
Scientists find more arsenic in wells near drillingHouston Chronicle

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Study finds more arsenic in wells near drilling - KPRC Houston

Google: Science Water - August 31, 2014 - 12:00

KPRC Houston

Study finds more arsenic in wells near drilling
KPRC Houston
North Texas water wells within two miles of active gas drilling sites contain higher concentrations of arsenic and other carcinogens, according to a study published in the journal Environmental Science and Technology. ... the Barnett Shale, trying to ...

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