Finding an alternative water source for the Palouse

Idaho News
Moscow-Pullman Daily News The Palouse Basin Aquifer Committee is currently evaluating additional water sources for Latah and Whitman counties. Robin Nimmer, a senior hydrologist in the Water Resources Division at Alta Science and Engineering, spoke at the League of Women Voters of Moscow speaker forum Wednesday about how to ensure a lasting supply of water for the communities. "We've known about water level decline for a very long time," she said. "The wells aren't flowing anymore and we actually have data that shows us the water level is declining in our aquifer." Nimmer has recently been working with the Palouse Basin Aquifer Committee, which was formed in the 1980s, to evaluate alternative water sources for the region. The committee's mission since its start has been to plan for continued use…
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AGI Seminar – Water Supply Issues in the Delaware River System: A Tale of Tunnels, Transfers, Tumult, and Trout

AGI is hosting a webinar series will cover an array of thought-provoking, timely topics relating to the Earth Science Week 2021 theme of "Water Today and for the Future." These webinars are being presented for a general public audience.   Today's Seminar will be presented by Dr. David Wunsch, Director and State Geologist of the Delaware Geological Survey and President of the American Geoscience Institute   https://www.americangeosciences.org/webinars/water-supply-issues-delaware-river-system-tale-tunnels-transfers-tumult-and-trout  
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