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Diversion plans for the Gila would have major impact, critics say
Small and medium-sized flows could be most affected.
Sep 15, 2014
A dam difficult job
California’s drought through the eyes of a water manager.
Sarah Jane Keller
Sep 2, 2014
Shaken and stirred in California's recent earthquake
How seismic events can make drought impacts worse.
Sep 1, 2014
Washington’s new clean-water plan is a mixed bag
Jul 18, 2014
California gears up to fine water wasters: Should we turn our neighbors in?
Judith Lewis Mernit
Jul 17, 2014
The water-energy nexus could become a collision in a warming world
Jul 11, 2014
Lake Mead watch: At lowest levels since 1937
Jul 10, 2014
My town wasted scarce water for a celebration
Jul 9, 2014
Reflecting on groundwater from the Owens Valley Watershed
Growing up in the high desert, I learned water doesn't just fall from the sky.
Jul 6, 2014
Divers explore national parks' underwater treasures
The last frontier of the national parks lies underwater.
Jul 2, 2014
River of no return
Seattle’s Duwamish has been straightened, dredged and heavily polluted. Can a Superfund cleanup bring it back to life?
Jul 1, 2014
Why is this guy kayaking the San Joaquin River?
Jun 27, 2014
Let's protect all our nation's water
Jun 25, 2014
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