Photo: A groundwater well near Estancia, New Mexico. Credit: Debra Perrone
The U.S. groundwater supply is smaller than originally thought, according to a new research study that includes a University of Arizona hydrologist.
The study provides important insights into the depths of underground fresh and brackish water in some of the most prominent sedimentary basins across the U.S.
The research by scientists from the University of Saskatchewan, the UA and … [more…]
Freshwater Is Disappearing; Can Technology Save Us?
Fresh water is the most important resource for human life on earth.
People can survive far longer without food than without water, and virtually all of our food sources require fresh water to grow or create.
Anna Kucirkova wrote a good story abut this topic for IQSDirectory.com and was kind enough to share it with McCombs Supply.
At McCombs, an appliance parts business … [more…]
BY PAULA GARDNER AND GARRET ELLISON
Michigan businesses are discharging high levels of PFAS that move into the state’s waterways on a daily basis.
An MLive investigation found that manufacturing sources are sending one version of the "forever chemicals" at up to 20,000 times the allowed amount into wastewater systems that discharge it into the state’s lakes, rivers and, ultimately, threatening drinking water supplies for millions of people.
That comes … [more…]
[pub. date August 11, 2018 —ed.] Ladner author Nina Munteanu will be at Stir Coffee House in Ladner Village on Thursday, Aug. 16. Ladner author Nina Munteanu will read from her latest book and host a discussion at Stir Coffee House in Ladner Village next week.
Water Is has received much praise throughout the literary world since Munteanu released the book last year. It has been an Amazon bestseller for … [more…]
Certain groups of animals are declining at an alarming rate—and none more so than those living in freshwater.
This year’s Living Planet Report shows that populations of animals—including mammals, birds, fish, reptiles, and amphibians—plummeted by 60% between 1970 and 2014. But those living in freshwater are experiencing a far more drastic decline: 83% since 1970. It’s a sobering statistic and one tied directly to the ever-increasing pressures that people are … [more…]