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Tropical Depression Florence continues to threaten rainfall
Tropical Depression Florence continues to threaten rainfall
Sep 17 2018
Updated Sept. 19, 8 a.m. Downgraded from a hurricane to a tropical depression, Florence has claimed the lives of at least 37 people and continues to…
Hurricane Florence downgraded to Category 2, flood risk remains
Hurricane Florence downgraded to Category 2, flood risk remains
Sep 13 2018
Read a Sept. 13 update here.  Hurricane Florence has been downgraded to a Category 2 hurricane, but the threat of dangerous winds, storm surges and…
Bottled water pallets discovered untouched post-Hurricane Maria
Bottled water pallets discovered untouched post-Hurricane Maria
Sep 13 2018
New photos have revealed millions of water bottles intended for survivors of Hurricane Maria sitting on a runway in Ceiba, Puerto Rico, more than a…
Hurricane Florence nears the Carolinas
Hurricane Florence nears the Carolinas
Sep 12 2018
Hurricane Florence is forecast to curve just off of North Carolina’s coast and turn south, hitting South Carolina with the brunt of its Category 4…
Hurricane Florence threatens mid-Atlantic coast
Hurricane Florence threatens mid-Atlantic coast
Sep 10 2018
The National Hurricane Center predicted that Hurricane Florence will hit the mid-Atlantic coast late Sept. 13 or early Sept. 14. Most storm models…
Sep 6 2018
Much of the pollution in the nation’s waterways comes from everyday materials, such as fertilizers, pesticides, motor oil and household chemicals.…
Sep 6 2018
With nearly 10 million people living in Los Angeles County, each resident's contribution to storm water trash pollution adds up quickly and creates…
Sep 6 2018
The I-4 Ultimate Improvement Project in Orlando, Fla., is one of the largest transportation projects in the U.S., and the largest highway project in…
Sep 6 2018
This project's requirements were to meet or exceed the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality storm water permit benchmark for zinc using…
Sep 6 2018
The city of Eugene, Ore., considers street sweeping a vital component of storm water management and uses storm water user fees to pay for the…
Hurricane Lane downgrades, yet flooding remains a risk
Hurricane Lane downgrades, yet flooding remains a risk
Aug 24 2018
Updated 9/29/18: Hurricane Lane was downgraded to a tropical storm and did not make landfall on the Hawaiian islands. The islands experienced…
Hurricane Lane nears Hawaiian islands, bringing flood risk
Hurricane Lane nears Hawaiian islands, bringing flood risk
Aug 23 2018
Hurricane Lane has moved closer to the Hawaiian islands with sustained winds of 145 mph. The storm is expected to pass near or potentially make…
Aug 12 2018
The MyDro series of remote terminal units (RTUs) augment legacy unit functionality with the addition of enhanced electronics and an onboard,…
New buoys monitor Lake Michigan erosion
New buoys monitor Lake Michigan erosion
Aug 6 2018
Scientists have installed two new buoys in Lake Michigan that record lake conditions in real-time. Placed approximately a mile offshore Waukegan…
Jul 30 2018
I suspect most of us keep lists of the things we would like to see change or be done differently in many aspects of our lives. Our professional lives…
Jul 30 2018
After hurricanes Harvey and Irma wrought havoc last year, experts in storm water management helped disaster response teams assess infrastructure…
Talking Under Water discusses plastic water pollution and water scarcity
Talking Under Water discusses plastic water pollution and water scarcity
Jun 22 2018
In the second episode of Talking Under Water: One Water, One Podcast, hosts Storm Water Solutions Managing Editor Lauren Baltas, Water Quality…
Texas faces flood control obstacles as storms rise
Texas faces flood control obstacles as storms rise
Jun 21 2018
Heavy rains have triggered flash flood warnings in sections of coastal southeast Texas, including Aransas, Goliad, Refugio, Hidalgo and Bee counties…
Washington DC improves Anacostia River water quality
Washington DC improves Anacostia River water quality
Jun 18 2018
For the first time, the Anacostia River received a D- on its State of the River report card, issued by the Anacostia Watershed Society. The group…
Storm Alberto leads to landslides and evacuations near Lake Tahoma
Storm Alberto leads to landslides and evacuations near Lake Tahoma
May 30 2018
Residents living below Lake Tahoma Dam, N.C., were ordered to evacuate following numerous landslides. The landslides were triggered by heavy rains in…
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