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WATERSHEDS
With the Flow Ohio – Watershed Report for the Week of May 16 to May 22, 2022
Normal Flows Statewide

Previous Reports


CITY WATER
DAYTON DRINKING WATER
A Groundwater guardian community- Dayton's groundwater protection program has received 25 awards


DESALINATION
No filters or high pressure pumps
Researchers build portable and energy efficient desalination
Interview with Junghyo Yoon, Ph.D. and Bruce Crawford, Research Laboratory of Electronics, MIT


Previous Reports


CITY WATER
CINCINNATI DRINKING WATER
The City's two water treatment plants earn national recognition for water quality excellence


GROUNDWATER
Decades in the making, Ohio launches DRASTIC, a groundwater assessment tool for aquifer planning
Interview with James Raab, Ohio Department of Natural Resources


WT WOMEN
Cathy Bernardino Bailey a.k.a. FLOW (First Lady of Water)
Executive Director of the Greater Cincinnati Water Works


SUGARING
The RO Bucket - From maple syrup to water
Conversation with Carl Nylen, Founder of the Ro Bucket


ARCTIC SEAFLOOR
Arctic sinkholes the size of a Manhattan block show up on Beaufort Seafloor
Interview with Charles Paull, Senior Scientist Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI)


MULTI-PURPOSE ANALYZERS
Breaking through Normal: Finding Efficiency with a Multi-purpose Analyzer.

Interview with Robert Menegotto, CEO of MANTECH - Part 1


peCOD ANALYZER
PeCOD COD (chemical oxygen demand) Analyser: provides results in 10 minutes Interview with Robert Menegotto, CEO of MANTECH - Part 2



MAPS




Ohio watershed map

WATERSHED DATA
Complete data on Ohio watersheds, rivers, streams, reservoirs, regulators and community water systems.

STREAMFLOW
The USGS Network of Streamflow Monitors: A 24/7 Flood Warning System
Interview with Thomas Harris, Chief, Hydrologic Networks USGS, Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana Water Science Centre.

Streamflow Matters
Interview With John Massen, Public Relations, Ohio Coastguard

DRINKING WATER
Ohio Drinking Water systems & Sources

In Ohio, around 4,800 public water systems serve approximately 11 million people daily. ➤

AQUIFERS
Ohio citizens fight to protect their only source of water
Genetically engineered salmon farm threatens Michindoh Aquifer


INFRASTRUCTURE
ASCE Report card: Ohio rated C-
Ohio roadways and bridges carry the third highest freight volume in the U.S., and accommodate the sixth most vehicle miles travelled, making the state an essential tool in the national economy.

LEAD PIPES
'Get the Lead Out' report: Ohio rated F
1,200 tests in Cleveland schools showed lead over 15 ppb, and 40 out of 54 schools tested in Cincinnati showed some level of lead.

Lead pipes are widespread and used in every state Ohio ranks second in number of lead pipes.

How to Get the Lead out
Interview with MIT researchers working on a new way of getting lead out of water.

HARMFUL ALGAE
HABS in Lake Erie
Tile drainage exacerbating HAB severity in Western Lake Erie basin

CHROMIUM-6
EWG Report - ‘Erin Brockovich’ Chemical Taints Tap Water Of 251 Million Americans






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