Tag: water quality monitoring program

Stormwater Monitoring

Stormwater Monitoring

The most dramatic and identifying characteristic of water is that it is always moving. Even so-called standing water is never completely static; it’s either being drawn by gravity to seep down into the earth or being agitated by warmth at the surface to rise into the air as a vapor.

Making Every Drop Count

Making Every Drop Count

The most dramatic and identifying characteristic of water is that it is always moving. Even so-called standing water is never completely static; it’s either being drawn by gravity to seep down into the earth or being agitated by warmth at the surface to rise into the air as a vapor.

When Nature Strikes: Two California Experiences

When Nature Strikes: Two California Experiences

Look at Japan, where an almost-unheard-of 8.5 earthquake– and a tsunami–happened right next to a nuclear power plant. How much preparation is enough, and what happens when it’s not? What do you do when your system is threatened by outside events such as a wildfire, a flood, tsunami, or earthquake

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