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  • Climate Change Driving Weather off the Charts

    Meteorologists are calling the typhoon that slammed into the Philippines with 195-mile-an-hour winds on November 8, 2013, the most powerful tropical storm to make landfall on record. Super Typhoon Haiyan had gusts reaching 235 miles per hour and a storm surge swelling as high as 20 feet, so the destruction it left behind matched that of a tornado combined with a tsunami. Three days later, at the ...


    By Earth Policy Institute

  • Warmest Decade on Record Brings Record Temperatures and Weather Extremes

    In recent years weather events have whiplashed between the extremes of heat and cold, flooding and drought. Carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases—largely from the burning of coal, oil, and natural gas—have loaded up in the atmosphere, heating the planet and pushing humanity onto a climatic seesaw of weather irregularities. High-temperature records in many places are already being ...


    By Earth Policy Institute

  • Stevens Equipment Records Historical Information During Tsunami

    One of the longest lived products in water resource monitoring has been the Stevens’ chart recorder. In fact, the chart recorder, originally invented by Stevens’ founder and namesake J.C. Stevens in 1911, is the product that established Stevens’ leadership in the water monitoring business.  It’s no surprise then that some of these chart recorders have had long service lives and have recorded ...

  • Mutual fund companies show record high support for climate change shareholder resolutions

    Mutual fund companies are showing stronger interest in climate change and its financial impacts on companies in their vast portfolios, according to new proxy voting data announced today by Ceres, a sustainability advocacy group. During the 2013 proxy season, large mutual fund company support for climate-related shareholder resolutions reached an all-time high 29 percent, up from 27 percent in ...


    By Ceres

  • Water & Rivers Commission

    The Water and Rivers Commission manages the water resources of Western Australia with an area of about 2.5 million square kilometres. The Information and Systems Group in the Hydrologic Measurement Support Section at the Water and Rivers Commission maintains data archives SWRIS (State Water Resources Information System) and Hydstra. SWRIS is used predominantly for the storage of water quality ...


    By KISTERS AG

  • Monitoring Water Quality Runoff From a Coalmine

    Intelligent Monitoring Solutions from dataTaker CAS DataLoggers provided the intelligent datalogging solution for an open-cut coalmine managing a high salinity water runoff into local retaining dams. The water from these dams could only be released into the local river system when it was of sufficient quality to have no effect on the irrigation of the surrounding farming district. ...


    By CAS DATALOGGERS

  • Forest Fires, Water Security, and China’s Sustainability Challenges: WRI’s 11 Most Popular Blog Posts of 2013

    From U.S. climate action to growing global water risks, 2013 brought its share of highs and lows for the environment and development. WRI’s experts responded to these events with their own commentary, research, and analysis—and it’s clear that our readers were paying attention. Check out a handful of WRI’s most popular blog posts of 2013: 1. ...

  • Determining System demand case study

    The system demand is a function of water usage and location, expressed as gallon(s) per minute (gpm) and pound(s) per square inch gauge (psig), respectively. Usage or flow (gpm) can be determined using one of several methods (refer to Table IV.1.1 for typical demands): 1) Pressure required, as stated in pounds per square inch or PSI, is the pressure needed for the fixtures in the house or ...


    By Cycle Stop Valves, Inc.

  • Validation of the InQuest nitrate screen

    Purpose To determine if SDI’s InQuest Nitrate FS test kit produced results that were comparable to laboratory analysis of N03-N at levels below 10 ppm. Procedure The University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Services operates an Agricultural Services Laboratory that does analytical analysis of water samples for anyone in the State. One service this lab offers is a standard ...


  • Drying Sardine Fishes by Microwave Drying Machine

    1. Why Fresh Sardine Fishes Need to Be Dried by Microwave Drying Machine? Sardine fish is an important source of high-quality protein required in human diet, but it has not yet been fully utilized, due to the limited storage period and, sometimes, their strong fishy odor. Fresh sardine fish ...


    By Azeus Food Machinery

  • 2013 Marked the Thirty-seventh Consecutive Year of Above-Average Temperature

    Last year was the thirty-seventh consecutive year of above-normal global temperature. According to data from NASA, the global temperature in 2013 averaged 58.3 degrees Fahrenheit (14.6 degrees Celsius), roughly a degree warmer than the twentieth-century average. Since the dawn of agriculture 11,000 years ago, civilization has enjoyed a relatively stable climate. That is now changing as the ...


    By Earth Policy Institute

  • Problem Solving with InfoNet 2: The problem of wrong and missing data

    Untitled Document The problem Do you know the validity ...


    By Innovyze

  • BioStryke ERDEnhanced pilot study Saudi Arabian Refinery cVOC source area Bioremediation On-Site Evaluation – additive evaluation case study

    Pilot Study Evaluation Project Highlights PRS Based 6-month Pilot Study Evaluation, under actual Site biogeochemistry. >96% Decrease of Chlorinated Alkane Compounds. ERDEHANCED proven Green and sustainable, minimizing environmental impact - costs. ERDENHANCED cost-effective site compliance eliminating long-term Site operations and maintenance needs ...

  • The Time-Value of bioCycle

    BIOCYCLE’S 50th anniversary party in San Diego provides a perfect opportunity to write about the enormous contributions that have been made over the last five decades. Thinking about all the forward progress in organics utilization since 1960, I am humbled by the BioCycle legacy. To really appreciate the enormity of the biological utilization challenge 50 years ago, we need to reflect on what was ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Introducing LSPECS – Web-Based Integrated Field Program Management

    LSPECS is web-based software designed to simplify management of environmental field sampling programs. LSPECS represents a step-change in field sampling program communication and administration at all stages: Design & schedule sampling plans individually, or as part of a wider program Create a program team with variable permissions to ...

  • Catalytic Oxidizers…What You Should Know.

    Within the U.S., depending upon specific plant operations, geographic locations, etc.,  many companies concerned with controlling VOC emissions have been operating air pollution control systems for years.  However, due to business expansion, plant modifications or recent changes in EPA guidelines, an increasing number of companies are now finding it necessary to install new emission control ...


    By The CMM Group, LLC

  • TCP Sheds Light on Rare Earth Phosphor Crisis

    It's mid-July 2011, the construction industry is still trying to find a little traction and the lighting industry is bracing itself for historic price increases of epic proportions from fluorescent lamp manufacturers. In the 'post recession' this seems to be the new norm; not only do we have to bail water but do it during a hail storm as ...


    By Connexion

  • Regenerative Thermal Oxidizers…What You Should Know.

    Within industry today, the use of an Air Pollution Control System (APCS) to control harmful air pollutants is not new.  In response to Congressional guidelines passed in the 1970’s, a number of companies with VOC emissions have been operating air pollution control systems of one type or another for 25 years or more.  These guidelines have been revised and added to as the years ...


    By The CMM Group, LLC

  • A Breath of Fresh Air for Your

    As the full effect of the Federal Clean Air Act (CAA) Amendments continue to impact today’s industry, many companies will be required to install new or additional air pollution control equipment.  With over two decades of proven success, catalytic oxidation is a popular method for controlling volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions.During the past 25 years, industry has made progress in ...


    By The CMM Group, LLC

  • Doing more than you think

    China has a robust climate change policy, including ambitious energy efficiency and renewable energy goals and a long-standing reforestation program. This is not what you will generally hear in the United States, where many ignore China’s domestic programs and focus instead on its refusal to accept targets for reduction of greenhouse gases. Europeans – while more sympathetic to China’s argument ...

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