Manganese in Underground Drinking Water is Cause for Concern

Scott Fendorf co-contributor in study that looks into potentially high and dangerous levels of manganese in U.S. Glacial Aquifer and 3 Asian countries.
August 24, 2017 - By Sarah Nightingale, UCR Today

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A picture of seawater intrusion in Marina's aquifers is unveiled.

Rosemary Knight is mention in relation to her study on groundwater data collection
August 8, 2017 - By David Schmalz, Monterey County Weekly

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Commentary: Desalination will not solve California’s water woes

Op-ed by Water in the West researchers Leon Szeptycki and Newsha Ajami.
June 1, 2017 - By Leon Szeptycki and Newsha Ajami, Mercury News

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"Living Map" created for financing water projects in U.S.

Discusses Water in the West project, and quote Newsha Ajami on the need for new ideas and solutions for aging infrastructure.
April 24, 2017 - By , Xinhua

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Oxygen-infused 'super water' could protect NYC schools from lead hazards,technology CEO says

Richard Luthy on the importance of replacing lead piping.
April 20, 2017 - By Amanda Mikelberg, Metro

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California’s wet year eases drought but many still lack water

Noah Diffenbaugh on ongoing effects of California drought.
April 17, 2017 - By Chelsea Whyte, New Scientist

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USGS finds vast reserves of salty water underground in California

Newsha Ajami discusses water sector progress, the importance of diversified regional water supply portfolios and the possibility of a return to drought conditions in California.
April 15, 2017 - By Devika G. Bansal , San Francisco Chronicle

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Groundwater over-pumping found reducing ability to store water in California: study

Discusses research by Rosemary Knight and colleagues.
April 14, 2017 - By Tian Shaohui, Xinhua

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California groundwater supplies remain a mystery

Leon Szeptyck on the difficulty of quantifying individual withrdrawls from aquifers.
April 12, 2017 - By Tom Elias, Ventura County Star

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JPL Scientists: Overpumping Reduces California's Groundwater Storage

Discusses research by Rosemary Knight and colleagues.
April 12, 2017 - By , Pasadena Now

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Mega-dams, like Hoover, probably wouldn't be built today

David Freyberg discusses environmental and economic costs of dams.
March 29, 2017 - By Sarah Gardner, Marketplace

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Opinion: Consumers need to pay more for water safety, improvements

Cites 2015 study by ReNUWIt and Water in the West that found a water public goods charge could help revitalize water systems less expensively than bonds. Such a fee could also help advance a 21st century water system.
March 28, 2017 - By Matt Mahan, The Mercury News

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Quarter of California’s snowpack loss is from human-made warming

Noah Diffenbaugh discusses possible solution to California's water storage woes.
March 22, 2017 - By Chelsea Whyte, New Scientist

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Celebrating the End of California's Drought? Not so Fast, Say Water Experts

Richard Luthy and Sebastien Tilmans explain how the Codina Resource Recovery Center demonstrates Stanford's ability to deal with the one million gallons of wastewater the campus creates per day.
March 9, 2017 - By Angela Johnston, KALW Local Public Radio

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In arid Southwest, cities expand but use less water

Richard Luthy explains why water recycling, not just conservation, is critical to the future of Western cities.
March 1, 2017 - By Zack Colman, Christian Science Monitor

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California’s Water System Built for a Climate We No Longer Have

Noah Diffenbaugh discusses climate changes in California and the effects on the state's water system.
February 27, 2017 - By Lauren Sommer, KQED Science

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Every 200 Years California Suffers a Storm of Biblical Proportions — This Year’s Rains Are Just a Precursor

Quotes Newsha Ajami and Noah Diffenbaugh on recent heavy rain in California and what it means for infrastructure.
February 21, 2017 - By Rachel Becker, The Verge

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How the Syrian refugee crisis affected land use and shared transboundary freshwater resources

Global Freshwater Initiative researchers discuss their investigation of the relationship among civil conflict, land use and water consumption.
February 13, 2017 - By Steven Gorelick, Marc Muller and Jim Yoon, Brookings Institution

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Study tracks memory of soil moisture

Article discusses recent work by Alexandra Konings on the remote sensing of soil moisture.
January 16, 2017 - By David L. Chandler, MIT News

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California Case Could Set National Precedent on Indian Water Rights

The Agua Caliente tribe in Palm Springs argues it has a right to groundwater. Stanford's Barton H. “Buzz” Thompson explains how a federal court could soon resolve century-old uncertainties around the issue.
November 29, 2016 - By Matt Weiser, News Deeply

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