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August 3, 2011, Ottawa - When Correctional Service Canada wanted to install geothermal heat pumps at its new Addictions Research Centre in Montague, PEI, it turned to Maritime Geothermal. | READ MORE
August 3, 2011, London, ON - Common in the country, geothermal systems are now making inroads in the city, where homeowners are attracted by savings and reducing their carbon footprint. | READ MORE
July 29, 2011 - Biohit's new Roboline automate can automate a single pipetting task or an entire application.
July 25, 2011, Westerville, OH - The 2011 Ground Water Expo and Annual Meeting is heading to Las Vegas for the second consecutive year, following a record-breaking run in 2010.
July 22, 2011, Calgary - Alberta government approvals of in situ oilsands projects have outpaced the province's development of rules to protect ground water, says a new report from a Canmore, Alta., based water conservation group. | READ MORE
July 20, 2011, Baghdad - The government of Iraq has completed the first stage of a national initiative to map the country's ground water resources. | READ MORE
July 20, 2011, Calgary - Residents of Calgary's Garden Heights community are blaming construction for raising and disrupting local ground water, causing basements to flood, a driveway to buckle and one road to be temporarily undriveable. | READ MORE
July 20, 2011, Westerville, OH – The National Ground Water Association (NGWA) supports a bill sponsored by Senator Jon Tester (D-Montana) that would establish a geothermal heat pump technology research and development program.
July 18, 2011, Nipissing, ON - Well Aware is offering rural homeowners in the Nipissing District a well check-up conducted by a certified guide. | READ MORE
July 14, 2011, Fort McMurray, AB – The Cumulative Environmental Management Association (CEMA) has launched a new Ground Water Working Group (GWWG).
July 13, 2011 - Canada - If there’s one thing we can take for granted in Canada it’s that the water coming out of our taps is clean and pure, right? Well, we may well be deluding ourselves, reports The Globe and Mail. |READ MORE
July 13, 2011, FL - As a young scholar, Fernando Rios loved science and computer programming equally. So when Rios — who holds a bachelor's degree in physics from Canada's University of Waterloo — went looking for a graduate program, he discovered the Department of Scientific Computing at Florida State University, which has about 35 graduate students and launched a new undergraduate program of computational sciences in fall 2010.
July 8, 2011, Calgary - The Geological Survey of Canada and a team of leading scientists in the field of geothermal energy released a report in June detailing the geothermal energy resource potential for geothermal energy in Canada.
July 5, 2011, Canada - Click read more to view the documentary Crisis on Tap, which highlights safe drinking water issues on Canada's native reserves.
July 5, 2011, Hamilton, ON - It's not often that people associate geophysics with global development, but Madeline Lee, a PhD candidate at McMaster University, knows the two go hand-in-hand. | READ MORE
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