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Groundwater is of paramount importance for Ethiopia to supplement the available surface water resources in providing drinking water to its population and for economic development (agriculture, livestock, industry, tourism). Groundwater is especially important in regions with limited or polluted surface water and in areas affected by recurrent droughts. The use of groundwater in Ethiopia is hampered by a lack of understanding and information. This lead not only to missed opportunities for The Problem Groundwater development, also commonly known to failures in groundwater investments, due to inadequate well designs, wrong ...
developed by Hans-Georg Sobisch over the last 17 years initially in collaboration with the Geological Survey of Lower Saxony (Germany). For the past 7 years the British Geological Survey has been acting as a test bed for the accelerated development of the system. Since its roll-out throughout the Survey GSI3D has started to revolutionise the working practices, data standards and products of a geological survey as a whole. The software is written in Java and data is stored in extensible mark-up language XML . The BGS is currently undertaking a 3 year research and development project to further extend the GSI3D methodology to deal ...
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Globalisation and the Environment: Water Economics Conference
A place to find news, research and discussion on economic issues related to the impact of globalisation on the environment 17th Annual Conference of the European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists 24-27 June 2009, Amsterdam, The Netherlands PRECONFERENCE ON WATER ECONOMICS 24 June 2009, Amsterdam, The Netherlands www.eaere2009.org The "Preconference on Water Economics" will take place in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, on the 24th of June, immediately before the 17th EAERE Annual Conference and in the same venue. The workshop is organized with the support of EAERE. This one-day meeting will be organized ... market research, surveys and trends
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The College of Southern Nevada is proud to announce the availability of the web-based 2008-09 CSN Scholarship Application. The College has over 80 different scholarships and expects to award nearly $250,000 dollars. Student Financial Services will be collecting electronic applications until the end of October and will begin making awards for the 2008-09 academic year beginning in November. Follow this link to the website: http://www.csn.edu/admissions/aid/index.asp Tags: 2008 , 2009 , Application , available , College of Southern Nevada , CSN , online , Scholarship Don't forget to mention Scholarship-Positions.com when ... market research, surveys and trends

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The United States population has grown by more than 100 million people since 1960. ... Bottled water plants account for only a fraction of a percent of the groundwater ... comprehensive groundwater resource management policy and plan. ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
The Mall Of America As A Tourist Attraction - Research and Read ...
The study of leisure activities has expanded at a rapid pace in the past decade. Traditional studies of tourist venues concentrated largely on swimming, hiking, skiing, or cultural discovery. Many of these studies noted that tourists like to shop. In fact, tourists have always been shoppers, from the days of the Romans to the present. In his 1993 article "The Magic of the Mall," geographer Jon Goss noted that shopping is the second most important leisure activity, exceeded only by television watching. It makes sense that developers would build a place to attract tourist shoppers, and the Mall of America is the ultimate ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Tianjin to strengthen management of extraction of groundwater decreased by 12 ...
Reporter from the recently held conference of groundwater resource management was informed that the Water Supplies Department and other departments in the city the full promotion, in 2009 the city fell to ground water extraction 571 million cubic meters, compared to 2006 decreased by 12 ground water extraction %. The future, the city will implement the most stringent groundwater resource management system, through the planning, system, management, law enforcement and service five measures simultaneously, according to the law to strengthen the management of groundwater resources, development, utilization, conservation and ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
State water advice: Waste not, want less
Estimates on the potential water savings were based on efficient operations and maintenance routines for equipment and use of these added conservation steps: - Soil moisture sensor shut-offs on sprinklers - Efficient irrigation systems - Rain barrels - Cisterns - A high-efficiency toilet replacement program - A urinal replacement program - Replacing commercial kitchen pre-rinse spray valves - High-efficiency showerhead replacements - Changes to land development laws limiting water use - Ordinances setting higher indoor efficiency standards The results also included “natural savings,” improvements made when outdated equipment ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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Numerical modeling of groundwater resource management options in ...
Numerical modeling of groundwater resource management options in the East Oweinat area, SW Egypt. A. M. Ebraheem Æ H. K. Garamoon Æ S. Riad Æ P. Wycisk Æ ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Water Resources | Water Resources | Tribal Compliance Assistance ...
Tribes have a dual role in the area of water resources management. They may develop separate water quality programs and/or seek to implement federal programs like the CWA. To date, however, most tribes do not exercise federal program authority under the CWA. Where tribes have not received authorization to implement federal programs under the CWA, EPA directly implements programs in Indian country. In their other role, some tribal governments may be responsible for managing the water resources within their borders as part of their efforts to meet requirements in their NPDES permits for municipal wastewater treatment plants, ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Environmental Management Course Descriptions
A survey of the ethical issues facing the global/environmental community. Review of the foundations of ethical and environmental thought, and application of these perspectives to a wide range of topics. Topics include environmental justice, corporate responsibility, the shaping of a global community, valuing non-human species and biodiversity. A critical analysis of values and traditions of environmental thought. The philosophy of environmental policy issues and ethical systems related to environmental thought. A brief introduction to the institutions and forces which combine to make and implement environmental policy in the ...
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WikiAnswers - Why are supply chain and supply chain management so ...
Agriculture supply chains are fragmented due to their various stakeholders, processes, inputs and outputs. Presently, the problems of supply chain management lie in the lack of data collection, analysis and traceability. In addition to this it has been found that data regarding food safety is 'incomplete; inaccurate; untimely; not useful; inaccessible'. As such, we have developed a business strategy which will enable the implementation of a real-time tracking service, a common form of communication and a sustainable solution. This service will increase the transparency and traceability of agricultural products and ...
Name three sources of groundwater pollution and how do pollutants ...
About half the population in the United States relies to some extent on groundwater as a source of drinking water, and still more use it to supply their factories with process water or their farms with irrigation water. However, if all water uses such as irrigation and power production are included, only about 25 percent of the water used nationally is derived from groundwater. Still, for those who rely on it, it is critical that their groundwater be unpolluted and relatively free of undesirable contaminants. A groundwater pollutant is any substance that, when it reaches an aquifer, makes the water unclean or otherwise ...