Protecting America’s Waters

Groundwater and the importance of clear writing

Do you feel it is important to have universal acceptance of scientific terms for consistency in written communications and writing? I believe it is vital that science writing be clear and consistent! As an example, "Groundwater" is defined simply as water located beneath the earth's surface in soil pore spaces and in the fractures of rock formations. The term "groundwater" has evolved and there is still an alternate ...more »

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I we accept the Bible as an historical document. We find that Mathusala lived 1059 years and Noah lived 1050 years. When the great flood was over lifespan was reduced to 100 years plus or minus. This conveys that the terrestrial mineral trace elements had largely been moved from the terrestial to the deep marine oceanic. Since the beginning of ON-OFF irrigation and other agricultural practices the mineral trace elements ...more »

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Enforcement Action, Against The Department Of The Navy:

The Department of the Navy, has violated the 1974, 1986 and 1996 safe drinking water act, from 1957 - 1987 in regards to the Camp Lejeune contaminated drinking water. The Department of the Navy, has also violated the TSCA, from 1957 - 2001. The Department of the Navy, has violated the 1972 clean water act in 2001 aboard Camp Lejeune at lot 203. No written or any other form of citations has been issued to the Department ...more »

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