Latest Hydraulic engineering Stories
When you dive into that salad full of lettuce grown in the American West, there's a good chance you are enjoying the product of irrigation from an underground water source.
Once lost in the mists of time, the colonial hydrology of the northeastern US has been reconstructed by a team of geoscientists, biological scientists and social scientists.
Researchers from North Carolina State University have developed a sensor that allows engineers to assess the scour potential of soils at various depths and on-site for the first time â€“ a technology that will help evaluate the safety of civil infrastructure before and after storm events.
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RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif., Nov. 5, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- The California - Nevada Section of the American Water Works Association is now recruiting applicants for the position of Executive Director.
AWWA to Lead Study on Water Demand, Climate Change The American Water Works Association (AWWA) today announced it will lead a ground-breaking new study on how municipalities forecast water demand within the context of anticipated climate change. Washington, DC (Vocus) November 2, 2010 The American Water Works Association (AWWA) today announced it will lead a ground-breaking new study on how municipalities forecast water demand within the context of anticipated climate change. The project,...
The nationâ€™s top groundwater experts gather in Canberra on Monday for the first national summit on threats, opportunities and policy solutions for one of our most vital resources.
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BOSTON, Sept. 30 /PRNewswire/ -- On Tuesday, September 28, 2010, New York City Mayor, Michael Bloomberg, spoke from the roof of P.S. 118 in Queens on technologies that the City will be considering to reduce stormwater flow impacts to wastewater treatment plants.
Elevated concentrations of nitrogen and phosphorus, nutrients that can negatively impact aquatic ecosystems and human health, have remained the same or increased in many streams and aquifers across the Nation since the early 1990â€™s.
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