Archive for May, 2008
District: Proposal will drain economy Desert Sun / by Keith Matheny Poway: City seeks to conserve more water: At least 800 sprinkler heads need replaced, officials say North County Times / by Darryn Bennett Quaggas could lead to money for sewer Havasu News-Herald / by David Bell Residents chastise Pittsburg officials for lack of outreach [...]
Unfortunately, due to technical error, the recording of the Tom Dunne lecture in the California Colloquium on Water was incomplete. The tape we do have makes little sense out of context, so we will not be posting the video. The powerpoint presentation is available on the Colloquium page of our web site. Our apologies.
Calling dibs on groundwater: Ruling could affect 6 water agencies, 2,900 property owners Riverside Press-Enterprise / by Jennifer Bowles and Gail Wesson Dry year fuels early water war: Delta farmers, coalition spar over water diversion Stockton Record / by Alex Breitler Old idea that’s new again: Rainwater harvesting Sacramento Bee / by Daniel Weintraub History [...]
Looking for invasive stowaways Nevada Appeal / by Annie Flanzraich New Climate Report Foresees Big Changes New York Times / by Andrew C. Revkin Nine of 10 tests show Las Lomas water clear of mercury: Test results must be verified Salinas Californian / by Dawn Withers Salton Sea air still up in air Imperial Valley [...]
Tom De Chant, a graduate student in environmental science, policy and management at UC Berkeley, has a new article published in the Berkeley Science Review entitled, "Watching the Watershed: Wireless sensor networks uncover the real water cycle." The article explains how understanding the hydrologic cycle better through wireless sensors will lead to a better understanding [...]