Category Archives: Newsletter

Newsletter #4 May, 2011

Here is the fourth and final newsletter in our first volume. We appreciate your reading and commenting. Click here to download Water Newsletter 4 Advertisements

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Newsletter #3

Please read and give us your comments on our latest Newsletter. Click here to download a copy: Water Newsletter 3

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Good Practice: Check Your Story (Hydrofracking) With Another Source

Given that we just finished Gas Land, it is always a good idea to see how other sources report that story. What do you think of this Time Magazine (a mainstream media source) report?,32068,876880045001_2062814,00.html By the way, if … Continue reading

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Climate Change=Water Problem??

I personally believe that climate change has huge impact on waters. As Karoline mentioned, when ice bergs start to melt, the water level is increasing. This might sound good the fact that we have more water, but the truth is … Continue reading

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Please Comment On Newsletter #2

Please click on the “comment” hyperlink below to leave a comment. We very much appreciate your thoughts. The Senior Elective Class, Humans and Water: Our Lifelong Relationship. Click here for a PDF copy: Water Newsletter 2

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Water Treatment Plant draft

Intro: History of sewage: what happened to waste in colonial times Purpose of  water treatment plants What people have done in the past with water waste What could happen if there weren’t any water treatment plants Problems without water treatment … Continue reading

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Nuclear Water Leak in Yankee Power Plant (draft)

Water leaks at Yankee Nuclear Power Plant Nuclear power plants in general How do they work? What are the positives/negatives? What role does water play in their power generation? Yankee Power Plant Brief history Specifications Location Problems Water leaks Why … Continue reading

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