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Researchers dive into Flagstaff wastewater concerns - Arizona Daily Sun

Google: Science Water - September 19, 2014 - 06:57

Researchers dive into Flagstaff wastewater concerns
Arizona Daily Sun
Two of the panel members' research projects, which will stretch over the next three years, garnered more than $600,000 in funding from the National Science Foundation and the Water Environment Research Foundation. TGen North, a local genomic and ...

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Researchers dive into Flagstaff wastewater concerns - Arizona Daily Sun

Google: Science Water - September 19, 2014 - 06:57

Researchers dive into Flagstaff wastewater concerns
Arizona Daily Sun
Two of the panel members' research projects, which will stretch over the next three years, garnered more than $600,000 in funding from the National Science Foundation and the Water Environment Research Foundation. TGen North, a local genomic and ...

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Researchers dive into Flagstaff wastewater concerns - Arizona Daily Sun

Google: Science Water - September 19, 2014 - 06:57

Researchers dive into Flagstaff wastewater concerns
Arizona Daily Sun
Two of the panel members' research projects, which will stretch over the next three years, garnered more than $600,000 in funding from the National Science Foundation and the Water Environment Research Foundation. TGen North, a local genomic and ...

and more »

Researchers dive into Flagstaff wastewater concerns - Arizona Daily Sun

Google: Science Water - September 19, 2014 - 06:57

Researchers dive into Flagstaff wastewater concerns
Arizona Daily Sun
Two of the panel members' research projects, which will stretch over the next three years, garnered more than $600,000 in funding from the National Science Foundation and the Water Environment Research Foundation. TGen North, a local genomic and ...

and more »

Researchers dive into Flagstaff wastewater concerns - Arizona Daily Sun

Google: Science Water - September 19, 2014 - 06:57

Researchers dive into Flagstaff wastewater concerns
Arizona Daily Sun
Two of the panel members' research projects, which will stretch over the next three years, garnered more than $600,000 in funding from the National Science Foundation and the Water Environment Research Foundation. TGen North, a local genomic and ...

and more »

Curbing climate change - The Economist

Google: Science Water - September 19, 2014 - 06:27

The Economist

Curbing climate change
The Economist
New EU rules on the design of boilers and water heaters are expected to save 136m tonnes of carbon dioxide a year within six years. China's Development Research Centre and the World Bank say that on the basis of 2010 figures energy-efficiency targets ...
With Global Conflict At The Door, World Leaders Pursue Futile Climate EffortsDaily Caller
On climate, how far gone is the far right? (Spoiler: far)Grist
Naomi Klein: "This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. the Climate" (Book Excerpt)Democracy Now (blog)
Cal Coast News
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Shell Creek conservation plan presented - Columbus Telegram

Google: Science Water - September 19, 2014 - 06:04

Shell Creek conservation plan presented
Columbus Telegram
PLATTE CENTER — Adding small dams and cover crops could help preserve and improve the water quality in Shell Creek. Those are just a couple of ideas from a conservation plan that was put forth Tuesday by the Shell Creek Watershed Improvement ...

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Nano Sun Stirs Up Water Filtration Industry with 3D-Printed Membranes - 3DPrint.com

Google: Science Water - September 19, 2014 - 02:37

3DPrint.com

Nano Sun Stirs Up Water Filtration Industry with 3D-Printed Membranes
3DPrint.com
Membrane technology has a very logical and simple science behind it – the membranes allow good clean water to pass through, but they keep behind the suspended solids and other substances that we don't want to drink. ... “Traditional polymer-based water ...

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Nano Sun Stirs Up Water Filtration Industry with 3D-Printed Membranes - 3DPrint.com

Google: Science Water - September 19, 2014 - 02:37

3DPrint.com

Nano Sun Stirs Up Water Filtration Industry with 3D-Printed Membranes
3DPrint.com
As constant and continuing as earth's water cycle—so is our ever-growing need—and requirement for survival—to produce better science to make cleaner water. ... “Traditional polymer-based water filtration membranes are faced with issues such as ...

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Nano Sun Stirs Up Water Filtration Industry with 3D-Printed Membranes - 3DPrint.com

Google: Science Water - September 19, 2014 - 02:37

3DPrint.com

Nano Sun Stirs Up Water Filtration Industry with 3D-Printed Membranes
3DPrint.com
Membrane technology has a very logical and simple science behind it – the membranes allow good clean water to pass through, but they keep behind the suspended solids and other substances that we don't want to drink. ... “Traditional polymer-based water ...

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For Trees Under Threat, Flight May Be Best Response - New York Times

Google: Science Water - September 19, 2014 - 00:26

New York Times

For Trees Under Threat, Flight May Be Best Response
New York Times
Southern Utah, they noted, is bracing for droughts that may endanger many species. In response, conservation biologists are introducing beavers into the region. The water trapped in beaver dams may support many species and refill underground supplies.

For Trees Under Threat, Flight May Be Best Response - New York Times

Google: Science Water - September 19, 2014 - 00:26

New York Times

For Trees Under Threat, Flight May Be Best Response
New York Times
Southern Utah, they noted, is bracing for droughts that may endanger many species. In response, conservation biologists are introducing beavers into the region. The water trapped in beaver dams may support many species and refill underground supplies.

For Trees Under Threat, Flight May Be Best Response - New York Times

Google: Science Water - September 19, 2014 - 00:26

New York Times

For Trees Under Threat, Flight May Be Best Response
New York Times
Southern Utah, they noted, is bracing for droughts that may endanger many species. In response, conservation biologists are introducing beavers into the region. The water trapped in beaver dams may support many species and refill underground supplies.

For Trees Under Threat, Flight May Be Best Response - New York Times

Google: Science Water - September 19, 2014 - 00:26

New York Times

For Trees Under Threat, Flight May Be Best Response
New York Times
Southern Utah, they noted, is bracing for droughts that may endanger many species. In response, conservation biologists are introducing beavers into the region. The water trapped in beaver dams may support many species and refill underground supplies.

Scientists Develop Inexpensive Unique Waste Cleanup Sysytem for Rural Areas - Science World Report

Google: Science Water - September 18, 2014 - 23:35

Science World Report

Scientists Develop Inexpensive Unique Waste Cleanup Sysytem for Rural Areas
Science World Report
... to keep them in business and to keep these family businesses going,'' said Ewing. "The technology could also be used in underdeveloped countries to more effectively clean polluted water: This is the first step towards sustainable wastewater ...
Researchers develop unique waste cleanup for rural areasPhys.Org

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Curbing climate change - The Economist

Google: Science Water - September 18, 2014 - 22:29

The Economist

Curbing climate change
The Economist
New EU rules on the design of boilers and water heaters are expected to save 136m tonnes of carbon dioxide a year within six years. China's Development Research Centre and the World Bank say that on the basis of 2010 figures energy-efficiency targets ...

and more »

Curbing climate change - The Economist

Google: Science Water - September 18, 2014 - 16:17

The Economist

Curbing climate change
The Economist
According to scientists, cutting carbon-dioxide emissions is an essential part of reducing catastrophic risks from climate change. Yet governments are persistently averse to .... New EU rules on the design of boilers and water heaters are expected to ...

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EPA moves to protect Hilo’s coastal waters from leaks at sewage facility

U.S. EPA Water News - September 18, 2014 - 16:13
(09/18/14) Hilo wastewater treatment plant ordered to repair outfall pipe HONOLULU – Today the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency issued an order requiring the County of Hawaii to repair the Hilo Wastewater Treatment Plant’s ocean outfall pipe. The pipe is leaking treated wastewater close to shore, posing a potential risk to the marine environment and public health

For Trees Under Threat, Flight May Be Best Response - New York Times

Google: Science Water - September 18, 2014 - 15:20

New York Times

For Trees Under Threat, Flight May Be Best Response
New York Times
Southern Utah, they noted, is bracing for droughts that may endanger many species. In response, conservation biologists are introducing beavers into the region. The water trapped in beaver dams may support many species and refill underground supplies.

For Trees Under Threat, Flight May Be Best Response - New York Times

Google: Science Water - September 18, 2014 - 15:17

New York Times

For Trees Under Threat, Flight May Be Best Response
New York Times
Southern Utah, they noted, is bracing for droughts that may endanger many species. In response, conservation biologists are introducing beavers into the region. The water trapped in beaver dams may support many species and refill underground supplies.

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