Latest Saltwater intrusion Stories
Invading seawater threatens to pollute or destroy scores of Australia’s coastal water supplies.
A portion of the groundwater in the upper Patapsco aquifer underlying Maryland is over a million years old.
The key to understanding how future hurricanes and sea level rise may trigger changes to South Florida's native coastal forests lurks below the surface, according to a new model linking coastal forests to groundwater.
With support from the National Science Foundation (NSF), biogeochemists are investigating how climate change and sea level rise may impact fresh and saltwater ecosystems, such as this marsh.
By Anonymous WATER ENGINEERING THE SECURITY AND QUALITY of the water supply is a major issue facing every South African community. From tiny dorps to big cities, the demands for potable and industrial or agricultural usage water are ever increasing.
By Anna Ferguson, The Brunswick News, Ga. Jul. 24--The conundrum of a fresh-water supply in Brunswick being contaminated by salt water may soon be resolved. The U.S.
WASHINGTON, July 9 /PRNewswire/ -- A group representing state environmental regulators across the country today told a congressional panel that current rates of water use are unsustainable and are already leading to critical shortages in some areas.
By Elaine De Valle, The Miami Herald Dec. 25--Not everyone who lives in Gables by the Sea is technically by the sea. About a quarter of the 360 homeowners in the affluent community do not have access to Biscayne Bay.
With the drought elevating a perpetual problem into a critical concern, state water managers are poised today to impose severe new restrictions to combat a seeping front of sea water that threatens the water supply for hundreds of thousands of coastal residents.
By Rotzoll, Kolja; El-Kadi, Aly I; Gingerich, Stephen B ABSTRACT: In recent years the ground-water demand of the population of the island of Maui, Hawaii, has significantly increased.