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Water Resource Specialists: The U.S. Department of Labor Kindly Requests Your Assistance in Defining ‘Water Resource Specialist’

Last summer about this time I asked you for assistance in helping the US Department of Labor ensure that the occupational term ‘Hydrologist’ was properly defined. You responded and the folks (Tammy Belcher) at RTI (Research Triangle Institute), a Department of Labor contractor, were very…

Groundwater and Surface Water Hydrologists: The U.S. Department of Labor Requests Your Assistance

The following message from Tammy Belcher of RTI (Research Triangle institute), a Department of Labor contractor, is directed to all of you who consider yourselves groundwater or surface water hydrologists: Hydrologists:  Research the distribution, circulation, and physical properties of underground and surface waters; and study…

More thoughts on pricing water

In response to the large volume of questions following the AWRA webinar “Pricing Drinking Water for Conservation & Fiscal Stability,” presenter David Zetland agreed to answer several additional questions. The questions and his answers follow: In the complex web of…