Water Resources

Industrial Expansion Will Strain Mexico's Water Resources
Asymmetrical distribution and increased competition for limited water resources, however, could temper Mexico's potential for growth. Growth is still possible without addressing the problem, but it must be dealt with if Mexico hopes to fully utilize ... [...]
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Volusia unveils multimillion dollar plan to protect water resources
... tag approaching $400 million — and also announced the county is partnering with most of the area's universities and colleges on a new water education collaborative. “It's got all the elements we need to move forward on,” said Councilman Doug Daniels. [...]
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California Department of Water Resources January 2015 Snow Survey Finds …
That's down from December 30 when DWR conducted the winter's first manual survey; the statewide snow water equivalent was 50 percent of that date's long-term average. The Department of Water Resources (DWR) has measured the winter snowpack's ... [...]
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India Struggles to Manage Its Unpredictible Water Resources
Because of its massive river systems and variety of climates, India is not always the first country that comes to mind when considering water stress issues, but the emerging regional powerhouse is still an agrarian society at its core. This already ... [...]
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"We were looking at the possibility of at least 82 dairy farm families on the north side being without stock water and commercial water rights. In addition we had a number of dairy processors that would also be impacted by the curtailment of ... [...]
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'Conserve water resources'
Ways to use water judiciously, methods of conserving water, and prevention of water pollution constituted the broad areas of discussion at a workshop the district administration organised on Wednesday involving the Public Works Department, Water ... [...]
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Judge approves Cal Am settlement with county, Water Resources Agency.
In a separate lawsuit heard in San Francisco Superior Court last month, Marina Coast Water District—which, along with various water watchdog groups, opposed the Cal Am/MCWRA/county settlement—is asking Cal Am and MCWRA to pay back some $17 ... [...]
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Water Resources Commission Earns Certified Wildlife Habitat Designation
Developments across Washtenaw County have reduced wildlife habitat, over the last several decades. The Water Resources Commission office is among a growing number of locations designed to support a variety of organisms. Native plants, bird feeders, ... [...]
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