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Increase in mosquito population throughout Orange County — particularly in Santa Ana — has vector officials on alert

SANTA ANA – Wilshire Square resident Raul Ramos was tossing out trash in his backyard on a Saturday two weeks ago when he noticed some standing water. Then he noticed he had mosquito bites. A few hours later, he was rushed to the hospital with symptoms that included nausea and aching all over his body. He […]

WaterWired Water Jobs & More - 19 September 2017

6 days agoUtilities / Water : WaterWired

More jobs and resources! Scary graphic about Hurricane Maria.... Here is a link to the weekly water news for 9 - 15 September 2017. Click here for Elaine Hanford's Bulletin Boards: 1) Geosciences; 2) Environmental Sciences; 3) Coastal Zone Management - 18 September 2017. Jobs Check out the AGU Career...

World Water Week: 2 Key Takeaways

A key theme in World Water Week was “un-tapping” wastewater; that is, viewing wastewater as a valued resource instead of as something to discard. Currently repurposed wastewater accounts for only 2.41% of all water use globally. With...Show More Summary

CIF boys water polo rankings (9-18-17)

This week’s CIF-SS rankings in boys water polo: Division 1-2 1.Orange Lutheran 2. Mater Dei 3. Newport 4. Oaks Christian 5. Harvard-Westlake 6. Huntington Beach 7. Foothill 8. Santa Margarita 9. Loyola 10. Corona del Mar 11. Agoura 12. Laguna Beach 13.  Murrieta Valley 14. Redlands East Valley 15. Dana Hills 16. Mira Costa 17. […]

Orange County boys water polo athlete of the week: Newport Harbor’s Max Sandberg

The Register’s boys water polo athlete of the week for Monday, Sept. 18. MAX SANDBERG NEWPORT HARBOR The senior goalie blocked two penalty shots to help lead the Sailors past host Foothill, 7-4, in a clash of O.C. ranked teams. He had nine saves and three steals in a 9-7 victory at The Bishop’s of […]

Northwood boys water polo team tops top-ranked Sonora, 12-2

Northwood’s boys water polo team defeated Sonora, top-ranked in CIF Division 4, 12-2, last week to remain undefeated on the season with a 4-0 record. Northwood, with a strong defensive effort, had a 10-0 lead going into the fourth quarter. Max Abravanel led the Timberwolves with three goals in the match on Sept. 14. Seniors […]

EKWB’s Rampage VI Monoblock Comes In Two Flavors, Available Next Week

EK Water Blocks announced that it’s now accepting pre-orders for two versions of the EK-FB Asus ROG R6E RGB Monoblock for ROG Rampage IV motherboards, including the Rampage VI Extreme and the Rampage VI Apex.

The Best Free Events in Miami This Week

We did it, Miami. We've got another hurricane under our belt, which has brought strife for some and pride for others. But we can all attest to the incredible amount of money we spent on price-gouged gas and water bottles, not to mention the materials you might have gathered to...

GoBoat launches Canberra adventures on the lake with European pizazz

A new Canberra attraction takes to the water in the next six weeks with potential appeal for everyone from romantic couples to families to mates after a few beers on the lake. Canberra will be the first location outside Europe to experience GoBoats, which are self-drive electric picnic boats which seat up to eight people. […]

Elaine J. Hanford's Bulletin Boards: 1) Geosciences; 2) Environmental Sciences; 3) Coastal Zone Management - 18 September 2017

Elaine has a lot of information about Hurricanes Harvey and Irma - check out her three Bulletin Boards! Sh also has a couple of links to the Cassini demise on the morning of 15 September. Here is a link to the weekly water news for 9 - 15 September 2017....

Citroen C4 Aircross, Peugeot 4008 recalled for wiper fix

last weekVehicles / Cars : Car Advice

The Citroen C4 Aircross and Peugeot 4008 have been recalled this week over concerns the windscreen wiper motors could fill with water and seize. According to the French manufacturers, affected vehicles are fitted with a motor venting device that may not be to the correct specification – potentially allowing water to enter the wiper motor. If the condition […]

Tim Duncan Raises $3M & Distributes 60,000 Pounds of Food to US Virgin Islands For Hurricane Irma Relief

Over the past few weeks, hurricanes, rain, and flood water has devastated parts of the United States and athletes have stepped up in a big way to not only lend a hand, but raise an insane amount of money to help those in need. After Harvey devastated the Houston area–Houston Texans  defensive end JJ Watt […]

New York TV stations smear Roger Waters, for praising BDS as ‘one of most admirable pieces of resistance world has seen’

Roger Waters brought his national tour to New York this week. Tonight he is on Long Island, and regrettably the New York media have given a platform to Israel fanatics to smear the songwriter/bassist. Local TV stations have passed on outrageous statements, that Waters is an anti-Semite and that Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) is bigoted.

TGIF! Weekly Water News Summary, 9 -15 September 2017

Back home for a while. School starts next week. Yes, we're on the quarter system. Also back to the books this week. Just received notice of a new book from the UC Press by two top water scientists, Jeffrey J. Opperman and Peter B. Moyle, Floodplains: Processes and Management for...

Best Actress Watch: Is The Shape of Water’s Sally Hawkins Our Front-runner?

This year’s Best Actress race is stacked with laureled veterans and exciting newcomers, and it promises to be a real contest. Many of those leading-lady contenders will be appearing at this week’s Toronto Film Festival, and Vulture is on the ground in Canada to help you sort through their Oscar ... More »

Five Notable Releases of the Week (9/15)

This week's Notable Releases include Myrkur's genre-defying new album, Hundred Waters' anticipated return, Lee Ranaldo's dark, psychedelic new album, and more. Continue reading…

Australia’s swim school shame

When I was growing up, I learned to swim at school. We brought our swimming bags twice a week and swam in the 25-metre pool on the grounds of our Brisbane state school. These days, very few schools even have water safety on the curriculum — let alone their own pool — and a new [...]

This South Pacific island will change how you think about health care

For the last several weeks, I have been working as a medical volunteer on a remote island off the coast of Fiji called Batiki. Home to 234 natives, Batiki has no running water, and no electricity (other than solar generated power). The inhabitants are subsistence fishermen and farmers. They are filled with joy and a […]

Brewers Stamp Out the Stigma of Recycled Water with Craft Beer

Three brewing companies in the Denver area have begun brewing beer made from recycled water. The breweries received shipments of direct potable reuse water produced by a mobile water treatment plant this week; the 330 gallons of water...Show More Summary

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