Tags » Ogallala Aquifer

Circle of Blue: Ogallala Aquifer water level dropped again in 2015 in the Texas Panhandle

Ogallala Aquifer water level dropped again in 2015 in @HPUWCD of Texas Panhandle, but less than in 2014: @kyfo http://t.co/5EbDNB8MC8

— Circle of Blue (@circleofblue) April 24, 2015

Colorado Water

Kansas water forum targets pumping in Colorado

ST. FRANCIS, Kansas (AP) – A meeting is planned for this week in Kansas to discuss concerns about using water pumped from the Ogallala Aquifer in northeast Colorado to help satisfy streamflow requirements on the Republican River. 98 more words

Kansas

Kansas water forum targets pumping in Colorado

ST. FRANCIS, Kan. (AP) — A meeting is planned for this week in Kansas to discuss concerns about using water pumped from the Ogallala Aquifer in northeast Colorado to help satisfy streamflow requirements on the Republican River. 119 more words

News

Kevin Mulligan - The Story of the Ogallala Aquifer

Dr. Mulligan has an amazing collection of maps that tell the story of the Ogallala Aquifer in the Texas Panhandle (south of the Canadian River). To view the map, simply click the image. 334 more words

Science

How Many Permanent Jobs Will the Keystone XL Pipeline Actually Create? About 50.

Recently, this has become the central focus of the KXL debate: How many jobs it will create for America.

This may have to do with the fact that oil prices are currently hovering around… 284 more words

Barack Obama

Plutocracy: The Kochs, GOP, and Keystone

Last month, December 2014, delegates from 190 nations met in Lima, Peru, to set the stage for saving the planet from human-induced climate change. Each nation agreed to document plans on how that nation will reduce greenhouse gas emissions and present them a month before the big Paris climate-change meeting in December 2015. 1,116 more words

David Offutt

Kansas to host Central Plains Irrigation Conference February 17-18 -- Rural Radio

Significant portions of the Ogallala Aquifer, one of the largest bodies of water in the United States, are at risk of drying up if it continues to be drained at its current rate. 460 more words

Colorado Water