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Will Victoria's desalination plant need to get bigger? | theage.com.au

Will Victoria's desalination plant need to get bigger? | theage.com.au | Water | Scoop.it
The capacity of Victoria's desalination plant could be expanded by another 25 per cent if water storages suffer another 9 per cent decline in a year.
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Ice Cover Affects Lake Levels in Surprising Ways

Ice Cover Affects Lake Levels in Surprising Ways | Water | Scoop.it
The announcement last week that $300 million was included in the 2014 federal spending bill for the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative was followed this week with more good news about water levels. The recent Arctic blast that gripped much of the nation will likely contribute to a healthy rise in Great Lakes water levels in 2014,…
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Chemical leak prompts ship to anchor in Port Phillip Bay

Chemical leak prompts ship to anchor in Port Phillip Bay | Water | Scoop.it
Chemicals have leaked from a container on a ship anchored in Port Phillip Bay, and will be inspected by authorities before it is allowed to berth.
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Rising Seas - Photo Gallery

As the planet warms, the sea rises. Coastlines flood. What will we protect? What will we abandon? How will we face the danger of rising seas?
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Filmy firn

Filmy firn | Water | Scoop.it
Greenland’s firny mountains FIRN is the name given by glaciologists to the partly compacted snow which lies, sometimes hundreds of metres thick, on top of...
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Drinking recycled effluent 'inevitable' in smarter Australia

Drinking recycled effluent 'inevitable' in smarter Australia | Water | Scoop.it
It is inevitable that Australians will be drinking recycled effluent in coming decades, the lead author of a scientific report launched on Wednesday says.
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China's river of dead fish

China's river of dead fish | Water | Scoop.it
Thousands of dead fish floating along a 30-kilometre stretch of a river in Hubei province in Central China were killed by pollutants emitted by a local chemical plant, provincial environmental officials said.
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