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This Week in #MOWater News

Posted in: News- Sep 09, 2016 No Comments

Some of this week’s highlights: Missouri levee woes, U.S. and Mexico aquifer research, and safety concerns for the Hudson.

MISSOURI

Dam Complications

Endangered salamander complicates removal of dam where Springfield teen died

News-Leader

 

Levee Too High

Valley Park levee was built too high, and neighbors paid the price

St. Louis Post-Dispatch

 

Working Program

How government can regain voters’ confidence

Agri-Pulse

 

EPA Settlement

EPA reaches settlement with Marshall agriculture facility over alleged Clean Water Act violations

Marshall Democrat-News

 

Current R. Comment

Missouri seeks comment on Current River

Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette

NATIONAL

Tribes Gather

Uniting Nations

Santa Fe Reporter

 

Bold Bizarre

Sun-powered desalination device transforms seawater into clean drinking water

Mother Nature Network

 

Border Aquifer

U.S., Mexican scientists collaborate on border aquifer research

Circle of Blue

 

Hudson Safe?

How safe is the Hudson?

Popular Science

 

Wastewater Reuse

Efficient effluent blending wastewater for ag reuse

Forester Daily

 

Nanoparticles

Nanoparticles in wastewater, oilfield regulations

Water Technology Online