3/28/2015 12:41:00 PM
Otago is a province with a rich history of establishing firsts. We have led the way in many fields and that tradition continues. Researchers at the University of Otago are attracting international attention and some have been granted millions of dollars for cutting-edge projects. What are they up to? Reporter John Gibb, in a fortnightly series, does his own research on the researchers. read more
3/28/2015 10:10:09 AM
Members of a groundwater technical committee from the Gilcrest and Sterling areas, regions that have often butted heads on establishing cohesive water solutions, presented short- and long-term proposals to resolve rising water table issues at the Irrigationist Symposium at Loveland’s Embassy Suites on Thursday.
3/28/2015 2:36:46 AM
Washington, Mar 28 (ANI): A new research has given more evidence for groundwater on Mars. Monica Pondrelli and colleagues investigated the Equatorial Layered Deposits (ELDs) of Arabia Terra in Firsoff crater area, Mars, to understand their formation and potential habitability. Pondrelli and colleagues interpret the mounds as smaller spring deposits, the flat-lying deposits as playa and the cross ...
3/28/2015 12:06:53 AM
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base expects to abandon dozens of groundwater monitoring wells over the next five years because they are no longer needed to detect plumes of underground contamination, a base official said. The base has more than 500 monitoring wells and most will remain when the others are abandoned, according to Treva A. Bashore, manager of the installation restoration program. The ...
3/27/2015 9:29:16 PM
The state is looking to cut James City's groundwater withdrawal permit by more than 50 percent JAMES CITY – Facing the conundrum of a still-growing population pitted against shrinking access to water, James City County officials find themselves taking a hard look at how to plan for the future without some of the resources they've long taken for granted.
3/26/2015 3:41:20 PM
he water crisis in the Marathwada region has pushed thousands towards the unregulated borewell industry, draining groundwater and posing an ecological disaster.