26 April 2011

MGhydro on Twitter, 20110426 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!

24 April (Sunday)
25 April (Monday)
  • RT @: Interior Releases Report Highlighting Impacts of Climate Change to Western Water Resources
  • Additional report (unconfirmed) that dam on Black River above Poplar Bluff, MO, may collapse, Nat Guard evac in progress...
  • MT @: Strong La Niña Winter Soaks Much of Western United States, Leaves Southwest Dry via @
  • Flooding pics: US160 over Norfork River/Lake, MO, 20 Mar + today note bridge supports...
  • MT @: NPR's "A struggle to fight back the sea" echoes my story "They fight the rising tides"
  • MT @: New series from @ - Proof Point: Market-Based Sanitation Solutions in Bolivia
  • Followers, I have started using the hashtag for tweets on water + sanitation work specifically contributing to Millennium Devel Goals
  • 1 more flood pic @ Norfork River/Lake, MO, today -- river height was ~15ft, forecast to reach 20ft+ by tomorrow...
  • RT @: In Case You Missed It: Public Entities That Own Stormwater Systems Must Treat Water Before Discharge
  • Regarding new DOI report on Impacts of CC on Western Water Resources - RT @: A 21st-Century Water Forecast  
  • More flooding @ Norfork River/Lake, MO, today: this road *was* clear in my earlier pics @ 1:30pm, this at 7pm:
  • Re: flooding pic @ Norfork River/Lake, MO: I measured 10'8" remaining bridge clearance @ 7pm, river rose ~5ft in ~6h, it's still raining...
  • Re: flooding pic @ Norfork River/Lake, MO: based on nearest upstream official gauges, 7pm flow @ bridge ~90k cfs, not even close to record.
  • SNWA reaching north... RT @: Utah -- Tribal leaders fear Las Vegas plan will steal their groundwater  
  • Correction re: flooding @ Norfork River/Lake, MO: based on upstream gauges, 7pm flow @ bridge ~84k cfs, *now* approaching 90k cfs fcst peak.
  • RT @: simple, elegant map from @ showing the extent of floods in Pakistan  
26 April (Tuesday)

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