Category: Miscellaneous

Introductions, Open Thread (Posted By Gary Cutrer)

If you’ve newly found this blog and are interested and plan to visit often, please leave your name or handle and a short comment as an introduction. Feel free to suggest water topics or news of interest!

Monday December 7th, 2009 in Miscellaneous | 2 Comments »

Random Water News (Posted By Gary Cutrer)

U.S. water use has leveled off? Radioactive runoff heading for upper Rio Grande. Using 400-500 gallons of water daily to pressure wash chewing gum off the sidewalk at San Jose State. Decade-long drouth evident by Lake Mead’s “Bathtub Ring.” A good overview of California’s Central Valley water dilemma.

Tuesday November 10th, 2009 in Miscellaneous, Water News | No Comments »

Water Shortage; Water Surplus (Posted By Gary Cutrer)

Depending on where you live on Earth you no doubt experience either insufficient water or an abundance, even excess, of water. Growing up in South Arkansas, I never considered that having more water or more rain would be desirable. Winter and early spring, especially, seemed dismal, with rain that seemed to stretch for weeks on […]

Friday October 16th, 2009 in Miscellaneous | 1 Comment »