User: flenvcenter Topic: Water-Regional
Category: Resource Management :: Wells
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Hong Kong police make first arrests under new security law 1.7.2020 Denver Post: National News Headlines
Hong Kong police made the first arrests Wednesday under a new national security law imposed by China’s central government, as thousands of people defied tear gas and pepper pellets to protest against the contentious move on the anniversary of the former British colony's handover to Chinese rule.
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The only catfish native to the Western U.S. is running out of water 1.7.2020 Current Issue
The Yaqui catfish was going extinct. Then came the border wall.
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Guest commentary: Colorado should do more to control PFAS contamination 26.6.2020 Headlines: All Headlines
The incredible persistence and mobility of PFAS chemicals in the environment also means that even small amounts can effectively contaminate large quantities of ground and surface waters.
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Colorado drinking water tested for “forever chemicals” did not exceed limits, health officials say 24.6.2020 Denver Post: Local
State health officials on Tuesday announced that statewide water sampling found that no treated drinking water tested for toxic fluorochemicals, known as "forever chemicals" because of their resistance to breaking down over time, exceeded the Environmental Protection Agency's health advisory level.
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Sugar snap peas with yogurt recipe: Crunchy, creamy and just sweet enough 23.6.2020 Denver Post: Lifestyles
Although their name suggests that they’re defined by sweetness, sugar snap peas are really about the crunch.
Water-related recreation pumps $18B into Colorado economy, business group says 22.6.2020 Headlines: All Headlines
As the outdoor recreation industry steers through the rapids of the coronavirus-era economy, a business group has released a report that puts the value of water-related recreation in Colorado at nearly $18 billion.
Three essential things your plants need to survive Colorado summers 17.6.2020 Headlines: All Headlines
Yes, your plants need sunscreen, too.
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Three essential things your plants need to survive Colorado summers 17.6.2020 Denver Post: Entertainment
Yes, your plants need sunscreen, too.
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Tinned fish recipes, three ways 15.6.2020 Denver Post: Food
I’m an avid home cook, but preparing three meals a day, as many of us have been doing during lockdown, can be taxing, to say the least. Food shopping becomes an ordeal, rather than a pleasure, and the mere thought of planning ahead may seem too much.
Get Cooking: Keeping foods from spoiling 11.6.2020 Denver Post: Food
“Stay at home” can feel like “rot at home” when your fruits and vegetables totally show you how. A couple of weeks ago, yet again, another bunch of cilantro morphed into black slime despite my customarily diligent efforts to prevent it. Immediately on returning with it from the store, I wash cilantro, spin it (almost) […]
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State strengthens rules protecting groundwater from oil, gas operations 11.6.2020 Denver Post: Business
Colorado regulators are considering new rules that are intended to protect groundwater from the time a well is drilled until it's shut off. The hearing by the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission is part of ongoing revisions to oil and gas regulations mandated by Senate Bill 181, approved by the legislature in 2019.
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State looks at strengthening rules protecting groundwater from oil, gas operations 11.6.2020 Denver Post: Business
Colorado regulators are considering new rules that are intended to protect groundwater from the time a well is drilled until it's shut off. The hearing by the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission is part of ongoing revisions to oil and gas regulations mandated by Senate Bill 181, approved by the legislature in 2019.
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How to protect nature during uncertain times 19.5.2020 High Country News Most Recent
Opportunity, not opportunism.
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How to make the most of potatoes 16.5.2020 Denver Post: Lifestyles
Cheap, nourishing, eminently available and fuss-free, the humble potato is just the thing for these days and weeks of stay-at-home, nearly nonstop cooking.
Fast-growing Western cities face megadrought 8.5.2020 High Country News Most Recent
Eleven states and northern Mexico will likely experience a drought more severe than any since the 1500s.
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Monique the space elk and the wild history of tracking wildlife 21.4.2020 High Country News Most Recent
The legacy of scientific researchers, and a couple intrepid ungulates, endures half a century later.
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Get Cooking: Moroccan harira breaks a Ramadan fast 21.4.2020 Denver Post: Lifestyles
On a trip to Morocco in January, I learned that the most common food with which to break the fast is harira, a thick, substantial soup that may be either vegetarian or meat-based, but that always includes hefty portions of legumes and pulses such as lentils or beans, or both.
Denning: Texas, like OPEC, can’t turn back time for oil 21.4.2020 Denver Post: Opinion
Bernstein Research estimates that when oil is at $25, a typical marginal well needs to produce 12 barrels a day just to break even, before counting any natural gas. Two-thirds of Texas’ wells produce less than 10 barrels a day equivalent, including gas, and benchmark West Texas Intermediate crude crashed below $0 on Monday afternoon
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Triumph and tragedy: Trump’s border wall expands 20.4.2020 Current Issue
Anger and despair rise as new projects are announced in the Southwest.
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How to make The Market’s famous Spring Fling Cake at home 16.4.2020 Denver Post: Entertainment
The Market may be closed, but you can still remember it by making the Spring Fling Cake at home.
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