National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration advances powerful tools to help water districts and utilities address climate variability
2014 will go down as the driest year on record for California, calling for creative solutions to meet the state’s water needs
Water utilities are viewed as trustworthy information sources for climate change and its impact on water resources, opening up opportunities to lead the conversation
It is often said that we live in an increasingly complex and interconnected world. It may be overlooked that our water systems have always been interconnected, integrated systems that are managed by numerous utilities, municipalities, and governing bodies. Water systems impact how the world’s communities develop, are key economic drivers, and offer public health and […]
A five millimeter long insect triggers complex changes in the hydrology of entire watersheds.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers predicts that both Lake Michigan and Lake Huron will continue to decline, reaching water levels not seen since 1964 at the end of 2012, and set new records for low water levels in early 2013. Connected by the Staits of Mackinac, the lakes are a single body of water […]
After nearly running dry, the Navasota River is flowing again, thanks to an emergency pipeline constructed to deliver water to the 6500 residents of a small city in Central Texas. The pipeline bypasses Fort Parker Lake, tapping into the Navasota further upstream. The lake was at capacity earlier in the year, but dry conditions and […]
Groesbeck plans emergency pipeline to provide water for the town.