23 April 2011

MGhydro on Twitter, 20110423 edition

Continued from the previous edition, these are items appropriate to this blog that I have tweeted, RT'd, MT'd, or HT'd in the past few days up through the evening of the date in the post title.  You can follow me on Twitter to get these in real time, and I welcome contributions by comment, e-mail and @MGhydro!

20 April (Wednesday)
21 April (Thursday)
22 April (Friday)
  • Midland and its dry ground RT @: The Texas Tribune: A City Built on Oil Discovers How Precious Its Water Can Be
  • MT @: Country to have normal monsoon this year - Press Information Bureau:  
  • MT @ Paper: "Dilemmas in Delivering for the Poor and the Vulnerable in International Climate Policy" (pdf)
  • For Earth scientists, every day is Earth Day. Do good "green" things for our blue marble every day. Happy every day, everyone!
  • Textbook backward squall line over S Missouri and E Oklahoma right now... ground still saturated from yesterday, abt 2 get some more rain...
  • RT @ @: The increasing importance of Chinese investment in sub-Saharan Africa...  
  • MT @: China risks civil strife with support for foreign dams, say activists: Reuters
  • From Lester Brown: population, hunger both need water - RT @: This will be the Arab world's next battle: Guardian  
  • Some people just have the future of their science wired. This is one of them -- RT @: Polyclimate
23 April (Saturday)

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