Judge rejects Riverkeeper challenge to rule on Silver Springs water levels

Posted By AHamed 123 days ago in Hydrology , Planning and Management , Water Quality

A state administrative judge on Wednesday upheld protective rules for Silver Springs that activist organizations including the St. Johns Riverkeeper challenged as so lax they’d allow more harm.
“Our scientists and engineers worked diligently to develop the Silver Springs MFLs [minimum flows and levels], and today’s ruling supports the result of years of hard work and commitment by district staff,” Shotelle said in an emailed statement. http://jacksonville.com -

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Posted By sevenatoms 168 days ago in Miscellaneous

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what is Natural skin care and Organic beauty products

Posted By mbotanicalsuk 381 days ago in Miscellaneous

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Toward a Comprehensive Assessment of the Combined Impacts of Climate Change and Groundwater Pumping on Catchment Dynamic

Posted By Sina 762 days ago in Hydrology

Under increasing anthropogenic pressure, it is becoming increasingly important to evaluate the combined hydrologic effects of climate change and groundwater overexploitation. Climate change impact studies traditionally rely on scenario projections, provided by General Circulation Models (GCMs) that are transformed via downscaling and bias correction and used to drive hydrological models. The potential impacts of climate change are then assessed by comparing the historical and projected hydrological responses. This approach assumes that downscaled GCM simulations can function as surrogates for http://www.sciencedirect.com -

The tech industry is threatening to drink California dry

Posted By teddyRIO 794 days ago in Planning and Management , Miscellaneous

With water in ever-shorter supply in drought-ravaged California, Silicon Valley data centres are trying to reduce their needs for cooling. http://www.theguardian.com -

California Water Infrastructure: A primer

Posted By ChrisAustin 810 days ago in Planning and Management

A primer on California's main water delivery systems: Central Valley Project, State Water Project, Los Angeles Aqueduct, Colorado River Aqueduct, Hetch Hetchy, Mokelumne, and All American Canal. Basic information on California's water, plus plenty of photos, links, and other resources. http://mavensnotebook.com -

US House Votes to Block EPA Waters of the US Rules - Florida Water Daily

Posted By AHamed 866 days ago in Planning and Management

House Republicans on Tuesday voted to block government rules that would clarify which water bodies should be protected under the Clean Water Act. http://floridawaterdaily.com -

Could California have one year of water left?

Posted By goopsgoops 923 days ago in Hydrogeology , Planning and Management

It depends which Jay you ask from.

While the drought is serious, a UC Davis scientist is casting doubt on Jay Femiglietti's dire prediction.

"It's not the right impression that one more year of this and we're toast," UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences Director Jay Lund said. http://www.11alive.com -