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California drought: 'Water cops' being hired by Bay Area agencies to root out ... - San Jose Mercury News

Google: Science Water - July 21, 2014 - 23:38

California drought: 'Water cops' being hired by Bay Area agencies to root out ...
San Jose Mercury News
It's about to get more difficult to go unnoticed if your sprinklers are watering the street more than your lawn. California's worsening drought and mandatory new state water rules are prompting Bay Area water agencies to beef up their conservation ...

California drought: 'Water cops' being hired by Bay Area agencies to root out ... - San Jose Mercury News

Google: Science Water - July 21, 2014 - 23:38

California drought: 'Water cops' being hired by Bay Area agencies to root out ...
San Jose Mercury News
It's about to get more difficult to go unnoticed if your sprinklers are watering the street more than your lawn. California's worsening drought and mandatory new state water rules are prompting Bay Area water agencies to beef up their conservation ...

California drought: 'Water cops' being hired by Bay Area agencies to root out ... - San Jose Mercury News

Google: Science Water - July 21, 2014 - 23:38

California drought: 'Water cops' being hired by Bay Area agencies to root out ...
San Jose Mercury News
It's about to get more difficult to go unnoticed if your sprinklers are watering the street more than your lawn. California's worsening drought and mandatory new state water rules are prompting Bay Area water agencies to beef up their conservation ...

California drought: 'Water cops' being hired by Bay Area agencies to root out ... - San Jose Mercury News

Google: Science Water - July 21, 2014 - 23:38

California drought: 'Water cops' being hired by Bay Area agencies to root out ...
San Jose Mercury News
It's about to get more difficult to go unnoticed if your sprinklers are watering the street more than your lawn. California's worsening drought and mandatory new state water rules are prompting Bay Area water agencies to beef up their conservation ...

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California drought: 'Water cops' being hired by Bay Area agencies to root out ... - San Jose Mercury News

Google: Science Water - July 21, 2014 - 23:38

California drought: 'Water cops' being hired by Bay Area agencies to root out ...
San Jose Mercury News
It's about to get more difficult to go unnoticed if your sprinklers are watering the street more than your lawn. California's worsening drought and mandatory new state water rules are prompting Bay Area water agencies to beef up their conservation ...

and more »

California drought: 'Water cops' being hired by Bay Area agencies to root out ... - San Jose Mercury News

Google: Science Water - July 21, 2014 - 23:38

California drought: 'Water cops' being hired by Bay Area agencies to root out ...
San Jose Mercury News
It's about to get more difficult to go unnoticed if your sprinklers are watering the street more than your lawn. California's worsening drought and mandatory new state water rules are prompting Bay Area water agencies to beef up their conservation ...

and more »

California drought: 'Water cops' being hired by Bay Area agencies to root out ... - San Jose Mercury News

Google: Science Water - July 21, 2014 - 18:20

California drought: 'Water cops' being hired by Bay Area agencies to root out ...
San Jose Mercury News
It's about to get more difficult to go unnoticed if your sprinklers are watering the street more than your lawn. California's worsening drought and mandatory new state water rules are prompting Bay Area water agencies to beef up their conservation ...

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James Ehlers' straight talk on protecting the lake - BurlingtonFreePress.com

Google: Science Water - July 21, 2014 - 15:23

James Ehlers' straight talk on protecting the lake
BurlingtonFreePress.com
BFP: You must have been familiar with the "navy" shower? — the one when you limit yourself to two minutes, and you turn off the water while you're soaping? JE: That's just conservation. With us, it was more that everyone's got somewhere to be, all the ...

Researchers provide guide to household water conservation - Phys.Org

Google: Science Water - July 21, 2014 - 14:01

Researchers provide guide to household water conservation
Phys.Org
While the suggestions may be familiar, the researchers are the first to put a comprehensive, quantitative estimate on the amount of water savings available to a typical household. They also find that some frequently discussed conservation steps ...

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EPA Awards over $11 Million to State of Oklahoma to Improve Water Quality

U.S. EPA Water News - July 21, 2014 - 13:26
DALLAS – (July 21, 2014) The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has awarded over $11 million to the Oklahoma Water Resources Board (OWRB). The grant is part of EPA’s Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF), a program that provides low-interest, flexible loans to communities to help them improve water quality and infrastructure

Sixth-Grader's Lionfish Science Project Stuns Conservation Experts - NBCNews.com

Google: Science Water - July 21, 2014 - 13:04

NBCNews.com

Sixth-Grader's Lionfish Science Project Stuns Conservation Experts
NBCNews.com
Lauren Arrington, a science-minded 12-year-old from Jupiter, Florida, was interested in the species and wanted to find out just how far they might travel into less-salty waters like river mouths. Her father, with a Ph.D in fish ecology, thought the ...

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Sixth-Grader's Lionfish Science Project Stuns Conservation Experts - NBCNews.com

Google: Science Water - July 21, 2014 - 13:04

NBCNews.com

Sixth-Grader's Lionfish Science Project Stuns Conservation Experts
NBCNews.com
Lauren Arrington, a science-minded 12-year-old from Jupiter, Florida, was interested in the species and wanted to find out just how far they might travel into less-salty waters like river mouths. Her father, with a Ph.D in fish ecology, thought the ...

and more »

Sixth-Grader's Lionfish Science Project Stuns Conservation Experts - NBCNews.com

Google: Science Water - July 21, 2014 - 13:04

NBCNews.com

Sixth-Grader's Lionfish Science Project Stuns Conservation Experts
NBCNews.com
A sixth-grader's project for her school's science fair made waves among academics studying the invasive lionfish that infest many U.S. waters. These colorful fish, equipped with venomous spines, can be found in many parts of the ocean, but recently ...

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Sixth-Grader's Lionfish Science Project Stuns Conservation Experts - NBCNews.com

Google: Science Water - July 21, 2014 - 13:04

NBCNews.com

Sixth-Grader's Lionfish Science Project Stuns Conservation Experts
NBCNews.com
Lauren Arrington, a science-minded 12-year-old from Jupiter, Florida, was interested in the species and wanted to find out just how far they might travel into less-salty waters like river mouths. Her father, with a Ph.D in fish ecology, thought the ...

and more »

Sixth-Grader's Lionfish Science Project Stuns Conservation Experts - NBCNews.com

Google: Science Water - July 21, 2014 - 13:04

NBCNews.com

Sixth-Grader's Lionfish Science Project Stuns Conservation Experts
NBCNews.com
Lauren Arrington, a science-minded 12-year-old from Jupiter, Florida, was interested in the species and wanted to find out just how far they might travel into less-salty waters like river mouths. Her father, with a Ph.D in fish ecology, thought the ...

and more »

Sixth-Grader's Lionfish Science Project Stuns Conservation Experts - NBCNews.com

Google: Science Water - July 21, 2014 - 13:04

NBCNews.com

Sixth-Grader's Lionfish Science Project Stuns Conservation Experts
NBCNews.com
Lauren Arrington, a science-minded 12-year-old from Jupiter, Florida, was interested in the species and wanted to find out just how far they might travel into less-salty waters like river mouths. Her father, with a Ph.D in fish ecology, thought the ...

and more »

Sixth-Grader's Lionfish Science Project Stuns Conservation Experts - NBCNews.com

Google: Science Water - July 21, 2014 - 13:04

NBCNews.com

Sixth-Grader's Lionfish Science Project Stuns Conservation Experts
NBCNews.com
A sixth-grader's project for her school's science fair made waves among academics studying the invasive lionfish that infest many U.S. waters. These colorful fish, equipped with venomous spines, can be found in many parts of the ocean, but recently ...

and more »

Sixth-Grader's Lionfish Science Project Stuns Conservation Experts - NBCNews.com

Google: Science Water - July 21, 2014 - 13:04

NBCNews.com

Sixth-Grader's Lionfish Science Project Stuns Conservation Experts
NBCNews.com
Lauren Arrington, a science-minded 12-year-old from Jupiter, Florida, was interested in the species and wanted to find out just how far they might travel into less-salty waters like river mouths. Her father, with a Ph.D in fish ecology, thought the ...

and more »

Sixth-Grader's Lionfish Science Project Stuns Conservation Experts - NBCNews.com

Google: Science Water - July 21, 2014 - 13:04

NBCNews.com

Sixth-Grader's Lionfish Science Project Stuns Conservation Experts
NBCNews.com
A sixth-grader's project for her school's science fair made waves among academics studying the invasive lionfish that infest many U.S. waters. These colorful fish, equipped with venomous spines, can be found in many parts of the ocean, but recently ...

and more »

Sixth-Grader's Lionfish Science Project Stuns Conservation Experts - NBCNews.com

Google: Science Water - July 21, 2014 - 13:04

NBCNews.com

Sixth-Grader's Lionfish Science Project Stuns Conservation Experts
NBCNews.com
Lauren Arrington, a science-minded 12-year-old from Jupiter, Florida, was interested in the species and wanted to find out just how far they might travel into less-salty waters like river mouths. Her father, with a Ph.D in fish ecology, thought the ...

and more »
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