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TODAY

WATERSHEDS
With the Flow
Watershed Report for the week of June 27 to July 3, 2022.

Previous Reports


NANO PLASTICS
Trust your municipal sand filtration water treatment process, the standard technology removes nano-plastics: Swiss Study
Interview with Ralf Kaegi, Ph.D., Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology, Switzerland


CLIMATE CHANGE
Climate change in your town, how to mitigate its effects, where to start, and the software to figure it out
Interview with Atkins Global, SNC-Lavalin Climate Team advising FEMA


TOXIC ALGAE
Identifying toxic blue-green algae species through mass spectrometry
Interview with Dr. Aneika Leney, Ph.D., Biological Mass Spectrometry, UK


WASTEWATER
Canadian company, SciCorp, wins first prize for innovative and transformative wastewater technology
Interview with Derk Maat, SciCorp


WT WOMEN
Scientists from Scripps Institution of Oceanography detect vast amounts of groundwater beneath Antarctic ice.
Interview with Chloe Gustafson, Lead Author


CITY WATER
ROSWELL, GA
City of Roswell honored with three awards by Georgia Association of Water Professionals

ATHENS-CLARKE COUNTY, GA
The J.G. Beacham Plant has won the Platinum Award from the Georgia Association of Water Professionals for 11 years


DESALINATION
No filters or high-pressure pumps. Researchers build portable and energy efficient desalination units
Interview with Junghyo Yoon, Ph.D. and Bruce Crawford, Research Laboratory of Electronics, MIT


MAP PICKER
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WATERSHEDS RIVERS COUNTIES TOPOGRAPHY

WATERSHED DATA
Complete data on Georgia watersheds, rivers, streams, reservoirs, regulators and community water systems.

STREAMFLOW
The USGS Network of Streamflow Monitors: A 24/7 Flood Warning System
WTOH Interview with Thomas Harris, Chief, Hydrologic Networks USGS, Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana Water Science Centre.


INFRASTRUCTURE
Georgia scores C-, higher than New York or Ohio In 2019, the overall grade for Georgia’s infrastructure improved for the first time ever, but many challenges remain.

WATER SHORTAGE
Feuding Neighbors
For more than three decades, Georgia, Alabama, and Florida have disputed the use of two shared river basins, the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint (ACF) and the Alabama-Coosa-Tallapoosa (ACT).


LEAD PIPES
Getting the Lead out
Interview with MIT researchers working on a new way of getting lead out of water.


WT RECENT

GROUNDWATER

Decades in the making, Ohio launches DRASTIC, a groundwater assessment tool for aquifer planning
Interview with James Raab, Ohio Department of Natural Resources

ARCTIC SEAFLOOR
Arctic sinkholes the size of a Manhattan block show up on Beaufort Seafloor
Interview with Charles Paull, Senior Scientist Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI)

TAP WATER
A Toxic Cocktail In Your Tap Water? Nonprofit Organization provides data-based resources proving a passing grade from the government does not necessarily mean the water is safe.

peCOD ANALYZER
Provides results in 10 minutes Interview with Robert Menegotto, CEO of MANTECH - Part 2

MULTI-PURPOSE ANALYZERS
Fast and efficient.
Interview with Robert Menegotto, CEO of MANTECH - Part 1


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