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Groundwater Management in the West

Jeffrey S. Ashley, Zachary Alden Smith - Nature - 1999 - 319 pages
One of the greatest conundrums facing the arid western United States is the availability, use, and quality of groundwater. In large sections of the West, groundwater is the ...
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Our Fragile Coastal Fisheries

Don Phillips - Nature - 2004 - 245 pages
Don Phillips takes the reader on a broad tour of all the issues that are threatening the long-term survival of our coastal fisheries. Don's three years of research for this ...
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The Muskegon: The Majesty And Tragedy of Michigan's Rarest River

Jeff Alexander - History - 2006 - 214 pages
A study of Michigan's second longest river examines the origins and history, settlement, use of for industry and transportation, devastation of by land development and ...
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Fuel for Growth: Water and Arizona's Urban Environment

Douglas E. Kupel - History - 2006 - 294 pages
Cities in the arid West would not be what they are today without water and the technology needed to deliver it to users. The history of water development in Arizona goes hand ...
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