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Wednesday, July 11th, 2012

Aquatic Informatics’ Latest Release Delivers Better Water Data Centralization, Analysis & Reporting

      Aquatic Informatics Inc., a global leader in providing innovative software solutions for hydrologic data management and analysis, announced today the release of AQUARIUS 3.0 R4. With this latest system release, AQUARIUS delivers improved data centralization, increased system performance, and better reporting to meet the evolving needs of small to very large environmental

Tuesday, July 3rd, 2012

Conservation and Wildlife Advocates Throw Support Behind CA Flood Board’s Plan

California conservation and wildlife organizations announced today that the Central Valley Flood Protection Board has adopted the Central Valley Flood Protection Plan. The plan establishes a framework for flood management throughout the Central Valley for the coming century. It focuses on improving flood protection for urban areas and prioritizes expansion of flood bypasses along the

Saturday, June 30th, 2012

Xylem’s YSI Brand Ensures Water Quality and Safety in Waterways Worldwide

With equipment providing precise measurements in reservoirs, rivers and harbors, Xylem will showcase its analytics offering, along with the rest of Xylem’s water applications expertise, at Singapore International Water Week 2012 July 1-5, 2012 at the Sands Expo and Convention Center, Marina Bay Sands. Xylem’s YSI brand, a global leader in water quality monitoring and

Wednesday, June 27th, 2012

China Implements Stringent Water Resource Plan

By the end of 2012, a water resource allocation plan for 25 rivers that flow through more than one province will be put into use, limiting the amount of water that can be taken from the rivers by each of the provinces. The water resource allocation plan is one of the moves the ministry has

Tuesday, June 26th, 2012

High Court Grants Georgia Water-Wars Victory

Three years ago, Atlanta faced a potential catastrophe when a federal judge ruled the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers had no right to allow almost 3 million metro residents to rely on the lake for drinking water. That same judge also set a doomsday clock ticking, saying he’d cut off the tap if Georgia, Alabama

Sunday, June 24th, 2012

With Wild West Spirit, Tombstone Fights for Its Water

The rules were clear: no vehicles and no heavy machinery on the mountainside spot ravaged by fire and rain. Fixing the PVC pipe that carries water from a spring in the Coronado National Forest to this old frontier boomtown, the United States Forest Service decreed, would have to be done by hand. A colorful posse

Tuesday, June 19th, 2012

British Waterways Adds Mapping Data to Google

All of the GIS data for the United Kingdom’s waterway paths have been provided to Google to help promote the waterways and to encourage people to use them. As a partner, Google will help attract visitors to the towpath and we know, as a charitable cause, that those visiting the towpaths have a far greater

Monday, June 18th, 2012

IISD Highlights ‘Lake Friendly’ Practices to Mark Water Day at Rio+20

The International Institute for Sustainable Development has identified practical ways people can contribute to water management practices aimed at improving the health of the world’s lakes. IISD has collaborated with other stakeholders to develop Do What Matters: Lake friendly practices and actions, a guide for residents, farmers, fishers, recreational users, cottagers, students, businesses and local

Tuesday, June 12th, 2012

Eastern U.S. Dam Demo Aims to Spawn Atlantic Salmon

Hundreds of people are expected to gather here this morning to celebrate the start of a $62 million project to restore the Penobscot River. Following the conclusion of a 10 a.m. press conference at the Great Works Dam, work crews will begin knocking down a defunct concrete fishway in the middle of the dam, the

Friday, June 8th, 2012

New Sensors Detect Contaminants in Water

Many organic contaminants in the air and in drinking water need to be detected at very low-level concentrations. Research published by the laboratory of Prashant V. Kamat, the John A. Zahm Professor of Science at the University of Notre Dame, could be beneficial in detecting those contaminants. The Kamat laboratory uses Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy to

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