New study highlights how human activity such as drainage or borehole drilling can have far-reaching seismic effects.
Monthly Archives: October 2012
It’s important that people understand how much water they use. At Wellntel, we wholeheartedly agree.
Groundwater licensing likely coming to B.C. Canada
Photo Credit: The River Reporter by Sandy Long ‘The longer the record you have, the more powerful the data becomes,’ said Lisa Senior of the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), Pennsylvania Water Science Center in Exton. Senior was updating members of the Pike County Conservation District (PCCD) board of directors on the Pike County Groundwater Level… Read more »
Researchers have been keeping tabs on the seasonal ups-and-downs in groundwater stores all over the world, and tracking longer-term trends like the depletion of the Ogalalla aquifer under the southwestern U.S.
A forward-thinking Arizonan makes a strong case for the safe yield of Del Rio Springs #groundwater: Although it’s easy to overlook this slowly unfolding disaster, we should instead recognize that we can solve this problem and comfortably coexist with living springs and rivers. The drying of Del Rio Springs is a clear and present reminder… Read more »
Residents in Wilkes County Georgia have been spending the last week without running water. More than a dozen of people, including babies have to travel outside their city to get fresh water. Residential wells are no longer producing due to drought. via Dried Up Wells Leave Dozens Thirsty