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Historic Missouri River Flood Damages Water Infrastructure

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Sewage spills, pollution risks, and reduced capacity at drinking water plants.

Guess Who Proposed the Missouri River Pipeline in the Federal Government’s Colorado River Basin Study?

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Hint: It’s not who you might think, says Circle of Blue reporter Brett Walton.

Satellite Data Shows U.S. Water 'Hotspots'

Scientists who use the GRACE satellite say they need more resources…
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The Stream, December 10: U.S. Intelligence Analysts: Water, Food, Energy Shortages Will Transform World by 2030

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Shortages in water, food, and energy comprise one of four "megatrends"…
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The Stream, December 6: Water Wars Raging in Midwestern States

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States in the midwestern United States, still reeling from this…
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The Stream, December 5: Typhoon Triggers Floods, Leaves Trail of Destruction

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At least 283 people have died in the Philippines following the…
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The Stream, October 1: Tensions Flare Over U.S. Urban Water Availability

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In Kansas, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers drained billions…
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Forecasting Western U.S. Water Supply in 2012: La Niña Again Delivers a Wet North and a Dry South

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As water availability data starts coming in, this year's water allocations and the potential consequences for irrigation, hydropower, wildfires, and flooding are being assessed — La Niña weather patterns have returned this year, but water supply conditions generally are not as extreme as they were 2011.
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The Stream, December 23: Water Concerns In Argentina

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Water access and use are a concern in Argentina, where 11 percent…
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The Stream, October 14: Asian Carp Reach North Dakota

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Invasive Asian silver carp are in North Dakota for the first…
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The Stream, August 18: Floods in Pakistan

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A year after heavy monsoon rains devastated southern Pakistan,…
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The Stream, June 30: Water Highs and Lows in the U.S.

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Georgia officials are smiling after Tuesday’s verdict from…