A new reef the size of Delaware, Houston underwater, the Mexican Navy sails into Francis Scott Key territory to a rapturous welcome, Arizona hopes for shorter shortages for California on the Colorado and more in the week's water news.
The grand man of California water bows out, Feinstein smacks Cadiz (again), water-skiing squirrel, Caravaggio in the attic and more in the week's water news.
Sorry, no news round-up this week. For water news junkies, methadone may be found at Circle of Blue, Climate Central, On the Public Record, Maven’s Notebook, Water Deeply, JFleck@Inkstain, WaterWired, Environment in Focus, The Bay Journal and other good sources from the blog roll, right. Back next week.…
Futurama II, four years out, buried castles, time is relative, dear reader. Water news as it crossed my radar, The week that was, March 20-26, 2016
Weekly water news: the National Gallery fountain flows again; lead, arsenic & PFOS crises expand; maiden flight of the Waterbird on Windermere; Australian crackdown on foreign H2O prospectors; celebrity water wasters; Irvine Water District at odds with OC neighbors on proposed Huntington Beach de-sal plant and more.
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