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2009 - Nitrates
2009 - CO2 Sequestration
2009 - Water Conservation
2010 - Urban Watershed Management
2010 - Water for Renewable Energy
2010 - Emerging Measurement Technologies
• April 11 - 15 - Environmental and Engineering Geophysical Society. SAGEEP 2010. Keystone, CO - www.eegs.org/sageep/index.html.
• April 11 - 15 - National Ground Water Association. 2010 Ground Water Summit and Ground Water Protection Council Spring Meeting. Denver, CO - www.ngwa.org/summit2010/index.aspx.
• April 11 - 14 - Environmental and Water Resources Institute of ASCE. 2010 International Low Impact Development Conference: Redefining Water in the City. San Francisco, CA - content.asce.org/conferences/lid10/index.html.
• April 11 - 14 - American Water Works Association. Sustainable Water Management Conference and Exposition. Albuquerque, NM - find out more.
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Urban Water Management
(January/February 2010 - Vol. 9 No. 1)
New approaches to urban water management can result in greater water-use
efficiency and environmental benefits. Communities have begun using focused
recharge of urban stormwater to replenish the aquifer and offset consumption.
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