For most of you who are already familiar with ArcGIS 10 (and its extensions, 3d Analyst & spatial Analyst), converting between different digital elevation model formats is a no brainer. For example, it would be fairly...
Abandoned water wells present health/safety risks. It's the responsibility of landowners to properly cap Them. Special section about Baby Jessica McClure, 1987 victim of an uncapped abandoned well.
This article provides summaries of various internet stories regarding water pollution in the United States, emphasizing the need for people to reduce their exposure to bad drinking water.
Has nature's altered hydrologic cycle contributed to global warming? Here are some interesting facts about the water cycle you may not have learned when young.
Soil erosion is caused by water, wind, and even human (mechanical) means. Some of the erosion is natural. Some, however, is created or exacerbated by humans. This type can be slowed or stopped.
Did you know that there are devices out there that can create water out of thin air? Atmospheric Water Generators may be our solution to solving the world's water crisis.
It is easily accepted that that water pressure increases with depth, and yet if we were to ask someone why does water pressure increase with depth, not many would be able to answer that question. Fortunately, after...
Water harvesting is a great way to help curtail your dependence on municipal water to irrigate your landscaping. If you are thinking about constructing some swales, micro-basins, or even rain barrels to capture...
The evaporation and transpiration, or evapotranspiration, of water are a small but vital part of the hydrologic cycle. What exactly are these processes, and how do scientists measure them?
This article explores world water challenges such as water treatment, additives including fluoride, measuring per capita usage, water scarcity, and conservation.