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South aquifer water levels descend

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The secretary from the Department of Natural and Environmental Resources (DRNA), Carmen R. Guerrero Pérez, informed that there were decreases in the storage capacity of the three aquifers in the south regions. 

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Solution for drought in Puerto Rico

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Pedro Bosque Pérez

Connecting the forests and natural reserves in Puerto Rico could be a solution for the drought in Puerto Rico.

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Drought: it will get worse and it could had been prevented

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Sara Justicia Doll

This article discusses the drought that is affecting Puerto Rico and the measures that could had been taken to prevent it.

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Potential negative effects of cloud seeding in Puerto Rico

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Pedro Bosque Pérez

Dr. Arturo Massol Deyá spoke to ELNUEVODIA.COM about the adverse effects of the cloud seeding in Puerto Rico.

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Cloud seeding over water reservoirs

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The University of Puerto Rico and the AAA will  implement a cloud seeding project over the water reservoirs in collaboration with seeding Operations & Atmospheric Research (SOAR).

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Economic crisis affects USGS scientific program

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Gerardo E. Alvarado León

The economic crisis affecting the local government has caused the lost of data for some of the USGS scientific projects.

 

 

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UPR in Humacao presents website to monitor water reservoirs in Puerto Rico

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CienciaDatosPR, a project at University of Puerto Rico in Humacao created EmbalsesPR, a website to monitor water reservoirs in Puerto Rico. 

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University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez breeded the Senepol Cattle

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Aurora Rivera Arguinzoni

The University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez was able to breed the Senepol Cattle breed.

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Agencies and comunity working together to protect the Urban Forest Los Filtros in Guaynabo and to develop a reforestation plan for the watersheds in Puerto Rico

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The Aqueduct and Sewer Authority, the Department of Natural and Environmental Resources and the civil committee Los Filtro signed an agreement to protect the Urban Forest Los Filtros in Guaynabo and to develop a reforestation plan for the watersheds in Puerto Rico.

 

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The major challenges with water in Puerto Rico

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Puerto Rico has plenty of water resources, however there is a need to manage and utilize them efficietntly.

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