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Maven 20h
PANEL DISCUSSION: Emerging legal issues in SGMA implementation: Panel discusses water rights and pumping allocations, groundwater recharge as a beneficial use, public trust doctrine and groundwater, and the fee authorities for GSAs
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EOS Remediation, LLC 4m
Thanks, for an excuse to enjoy this postcard-perfect fall landscape at your 35th Annual Conference and greeting me by name at check-in! We appreciate what you do to support innovation and technology sharing in the industry.
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zenrainman Oct 16
Recharge wells in stormwater drains. Filtered rainwater into aquifers.
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The People's Archive Oct 18
Replying to @PARInetwork
"When you are desperate for water, you have to consume what you get,”says Madhukar Jadhav from Sawarkhed where recurring droughts have forced ppl to drink fluoride-contaminated from borewells,which has inflicted debilitating fluorosis on many.
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zenrainman Oct 20
The well at Hosakerehalli
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Marco Falconi 3h
Searching for an economic substrate for bioremediation? in : use of a new and cost-effective for by Andrea Campioni in
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EOS Remediation, LLC 2h
We are in the Halloween spirit at the EOS booth here at AEHS at UMass Amherst. Come talk site solutions with us and see what products and technical support we can provide.
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Geoscience EnvAgency Oct 17
In in the rocks under our feet provide a lot of our supplies. There are 3 main principal aquifer types in England. Can you spot which is which & where they are? 💧 💧 💧 ➡️
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FLUSH - WASH Oct 18
may make it impossible for you to the into a buried septic tank. Because of (both too much groundwater flooding them, and contaminating the water.
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Mike Jones Oct 16
Artesian discharge from old well into Great Oolite just upstream of Kemble. Probably contributing most of the flow in the River Thames at Kemble at the moment.
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ChilternChalkStreams 4h
Worth reading this really interesting report on work being carried out to identify nitrate pollution pathways in chalk landscapes.
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Jay Famiglietti 9h
Looking forward to today's talks at conference on . Great points from day 1 including lack of global groundwater governance, absence of groundwater in SDG#6, need for global inventories, etc.
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zenrainman Oct 20
The trip was well worth it.
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UK NRFA Oct 15
The Hydrological Summary for September 2019 has been published! ➡️
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Environment Guru 3h
Modern and fossil pockmarks in the New England Mud Patch: Implications for submarine discharge on the middle…
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Tim Sykes 2h
Replying to @RiversandPeople
The majority of the Candover winterbourne remains naturally bone dry - all that rain has not yet fully recharged the chalk aquifer
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Sarah Fletcher 9h
Important takeaways from day 1: governance must account for local social context; can improve governance while simultaneously improving information; global lens can prevent exporting environmental externalities to poorer countries.
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Msizi Nxele Oct 21
The Farm dwellers are approving the ground water to save them from the DROUGHT in order to produce the best food including the personal hygiene.
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GaonConnection Oct 20
India is the largest user of in the world, withdrawing about 230 billion cubic meters every year for irrigation alone. The underground level has been depleted fast as the area of keeps on increasing.
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Dr. Ankit Agarwal 13h
Kick-off meeting of We are very pleased to welcome dignitaries,speakers and participants from 17 countries at IIT Roorkee.
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