- Researchers Find Link Between Climate Change and Gastrointestinal IllnessesPosted 1 month ago
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- Researchers Track Glacial Meltwater On Its Surprising JourneyPosted 3 months ago
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Researchers Find Link Between Climate Change and Gastrointestinal Illnesses
Florida State University researchers predict that increased rainfall caused by climate change will affect Americans that rely on untreated water sources.
- Posted 1 month ago
Drinking Water: Tracking Fluoride Key For Michigan Water Plant
Operators of the Monroe, Mich., water plant track fluoride levels of drinking water withdrawn from Lake Erie before and after treatment.
- Posted 10 months ago
Penn State University Projects Help Drinking Water Well Owners
More than 3 million Pennsylvanians use nearly 1 million private wells to get their drinking water, yet the state doesn’t mandate well-construction or maintenance standards, according to a release from Penn State University. In addition, more than...
- Posted 11 months ago
Developing Smartphone App To Help Those Affected By Flint Water Crisis
Google is partnering with the University of Michigan’s Flint and Ann Arbor campuses to launch a smartphone app that could help residents of Flint, Michigan, affected by the water crisis there. Hopes are that the app can...
- Posted 12 months ago
Ohio EPA, U.S. Army Corps Disagree On Lake Erie Sediment Threat To Drinking Water
The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers are in disagreement about the threat to northeast Ohio drinking water posed by sediment buried deep beneath Lake Erie, according to WKYC in Cleveland. The...
- Posted 12 months ago
Amid Flint Water Crisis, GIS Effort Maps City’s Pipes
University of Michigan - Flint scientists use a GIS approach to map Flint water pipes and pinpoint the ones most likely containing lead.
- Posted 1 year ago
Yosemite watersheds burned by Rim Fire studied for water quality impacts
After the giant Rim Fire threatened San Francisco’s water supply, scientists are studying burned watersheds to learn more about water quality impacts.
- Posted 2 years ago