TGIF! Weekly Water News Summary, 25 – 31 March 2017
Weekly Water News Summary, 25 – 31 March 2017.
Last week it was Pat Mulroy’s The Water Problem; Climate Change and Water Policy in the United States.
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Big Data, Big Judgment, Big Deal: RNRF Publication: ‘Congress on Harnessing Big Data for the Environment’ http://bit.ly/2mPXKzT From Blue Marble Earth Blog: A Tale of Two Sandstones: Giant City State Park http://bit.ly/2naHHZd Elaine Hanford’s Bulletin Boards: 1) Geosciences; 2) Environ Sciences; 3) Coastal Zone Mgmt – 27 March 2017 http://bit.ly/2nnD5Qy Tracy Mehan Op-Ed: ‘Cleaning Water & Cutting Budgets: A Case for the Water Infrastructure Finance & Innovation Act http://bit.ly/2o6wQAE Enough Groundwater for Los Turistas y La Gente?
Paper: ‘When Wells Run Dry: Water and Tourism in Nicaragua’ http://bit.ly/2nN31YL Elaine Hanford’s Bulletin Boards: 1) Geosciences; 2) Environ Sciences; 3) Coastal Zone Mgmt – 27 March 2017 http://bit.ly/2nnD5Qy March-April 2017 cover @ngwatweets ‘Groundwater’: Tom Prickett & electrical-analog groundwater model.
– Jonathan Swift (via @dailybeast & @TheWeek) "We live on an island surrounded by a sea of ignorance.
– Jimmy Breslin in @JournalRecord (via @TheWeek) "Pragmatism always beats principles.
Paper: ‘When Wells Run Dry: Water and Tourism in Nicaragua’ http://bit.ly/2nN31YL "Pragmatism always beats principles….