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NEW Delaware SWAPP Site
Delaware has recently completed the redesign and re-location of our source water web site. The new address is http://delawaresourcewater.org/ but the old address will re-direct for some time yet. Please circulate this as needed and also if there are any critical locations where you house these source water links, would you please substitute this new one.
SUBJECT: Final Nonpoint Source Program and Grants Guidelines for States and Territories
FROM: Denise Keehner, Director
Office of Wetlands, Oceans and Watersheds
TO: State and Territorial Water Division Directors and § 319 Program Directors
The Omnibus Public Land Management Act of 2009 (Public Law 111-11) was passed into law on March 30, 2009. Subtitle F, also known as the SECURE Water Act, calls for the establishment of a “national water availability and use assessment program” within the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). A major driver for this recommendation was that national water availability and use have not been comprehensively assessed since 1978.
This special technology transfer session for seismologists, regulators, and other stakeholders entitled “Assessing & Managing Risk of Induced Seismicity by Injection” was a part of the GWREF Spotlight Series.
Florida country radio morning-show hosts Val St. John and Scott Fish are currently serving indefinite suspensions and possibly worse over a successful April Fools' Day prank. They told their listeners that "dihydrogen monoxide" was coming out of the taps throughout the Fort Myers area. Dihydrogen monoxide is water.