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The Clean Water Act Might Just Survive This Latest Attack By Cale Jaffe – The Regulatory Review – November 25, 2019 The most important Clean Water Act case in more than a decade was recently argued before the U.S. Supreme … Continue reading

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Tracing Water’s Path through the Santa Clara Valley Aquifer By Sarah Witman – EOS – November 10, 2017 California governor Jerry Brown declared a drought state of emergency in January 2014, following years of wintertime rainfall levels dipping below historic … Continue reading

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With One-Third of Largest Aquifers Highly Stressed, It’s Time to Explore and Assess the Planet’s Groundwater By Sandra Postel – National Geographic – July 9, 2015 “[I]n most cases, we do not know how much groundwater exists in storage,” write … Continue reading

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Is underground water storage the answer to water security? By Russell Sticklor – CGIAR – April 22, 2014 Groundwater is arguably the most important aspect of our collective water security in the 21st century. Farmers draw upon it as a … Continue reading

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