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    • Unruly Waters
      From Eric Perramond: a blog on water rights in the American West.
    • Aguanomics
      The economics of water (and some other stuff), courtesy of economist David Zetland.
    • Alltop Water
      An aggregation of the top water blogs and their five most recent posts - all in one place!
    • Aquafornia
      The California water news blog by the Water Education Foundation.
    • Authentically Wired
      Water and a lot more from Paul F. Miller.
    • AWRA
      The water resources blog of the American Water Resources Association.
    • Blogging On Water
      John Oldfield, CEO of WASH Advocates in Washington DC, writes about the world's gravest and most solvable public health crisis: unsafe drinking water and inadequate sanitation
    • Blue Living Ideas
      Blue Living Ideas is the ultimate Web resource for information, tips, news, and events related to Earth’s most precious resource — Water.
    • Building Bridges
      Anna Warwick Sears, Executive Director of the Okanagan Basin Water Board in British Columbia, provides an insider's view of water management.
    • California Water Blog
      A biologist, economist, engineer and geologist walk onto a bar…From the Center for Watershed Sciences at UC-Davis.
    • Campanastan
      That's 'Campana-stan', or 'Place of Campana', formerly 'Aquablog'. Michael Campana's personal blog, promulgating his Weltanschauung.
    • Chance of Rain
      Journalist Emily Green's take on water issues.
    • Chronicles of the Hydraulic Brotherhood
      The personal blog of Lloyd G. Carter, former UPI and Fresno Bee reporter, attorney, and California water observer for many years.
    • ClimateChangeWaterBlog
      Global travels in freshwater climate adaptation from John H. Matthews.
    • Cool Green Science
      The conservation blog of The Nature Conservancy. More than a dozen science and policy experts blogging away!
    • Dr. Anne Jefferson's Watershed Hydrology Lab
      Anne blogs from Kent State University on a variety of earth science topics.
    • Ecocentric
      A blog about food, water and energy.
    • Great Lakes Law
      Noah Hall's blog about - what else - all things wet and legal in the Great Lakes region!
    • GrokSurf
      George J. Janczyn opines on water, environment, technology, law and politics in the San Diego area.
    • Hydro-Logic
      Matthew Garcia reports on hydrology and water resources in the news and science media.
    • International Water Law Project
      Gabriel Eckstein, Director of the IWLP at Texas Tech University, comments on international and transboundary water law and policy.
    • JAWRA
      From Ken Lanfear, the editor of the Journal of the American Water Resources Association.
    • John Fleck
      Science writer at the Albuquerque Journal. Great stuff on climate, water, and more.
    • Legal Planet: Environmental Law and Policy
      From the UC-Berkeley and UCLA law schools, it highlights the latest legal and policy initiatives and examines their implications.
    • Living in Actively Moving Water
      Chris Corbin blogs about water rights and water markets.
    • Maven's Notebook
      A water, science, and environmental policy blog by Chris Austin, aka 'Maven'. Focus is on California.
    • Oklahoma Water Law
      Tulsa attorney Jim Milton provides information on Oklahoma water law and related news: litigation, water transfers, contracts, and more!
    • On The Public Record
      A 'low level civil servant who reads a lot of government reports writes about California water and related topics.
    • Rainbow Water Coalition
      From Todd Jarvis. A non-partisan, neutral perspective supporting diversity in the color of water. A blog mostly about greywater.
    • Random Groundwater Notes
      From Thomas Harter at UC-Davis:"Grundwasser" [groondvusr], German, n. groundwater, water below the surface of the earth
    • Wettit - the water reddit
      Water blog with tons of news items, other blogs, etc.
    • Riparian Rap
      Steve Gough on river geomorphology and the business, politics, and science of river ecosystem conservation.
    • Rising Tide
      The blog of Ned Breslin, Water for People's CEO, one of the world best thinkers on WaSH (water, sanitation, and hygiene) issues.
    • Significant Figures by Peter Gleick
      Peter Gleick, WaterWonk extraordinaire, tells it like it is and should be with respect to water.
    • Texas Agriculture Law Blog
      Don't let the name fool you - there are lots of water issues in agriculture and Tiffany Dowell of Texas A&M University does a fabulous job with this important Internet resource. Give it a read - I do every day!
    • The Water Blog
      From the Portland, OR, Water Bureau.
    • The Way of Water
      Oregon State University Geography PhD Student, Jennifer Veilleux, records her fieldwork, research, and thoughts about transboundary water resources development in the Nile River and Mekong River basins. Particular attention is given to Ethiopia's Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam and Laos' Xayaburi Dam projects.
    • Thirsty in Suburbia
      Gayle Leonard documents things from the world of water that make us smile: particularly funny, amusing and weird items on bottled water, water towers, water marketing, recycling, the art-water nexus and working.
    • This Day in Water History
      Michael J. 'Mike' McGuire, engineer extraordinaire, NAE member, and author of 'The Chlorine Revolution', blogs about historical happenings in the fields of drinking water and wastewater keyed to calendar dates.
    • WaSH Resources
      New publications, web sites and multi-media on water, sanitation and hygiene (WaSH).
    • Waste, Water, Whatever
      Elizabeth Royte's ('Bottlemania', 'Garbage Land') notes on waste, water, whatever.
    • Water 50/50
      From Jay Famiglietti at UC-Irvine. Fifty lectures in fifty weeks: The 2012 Birdsall-Dreiss Distinguished Lectureship. A global lecture tour delivering the message about our changing water cycle, groundwater depletion, and the future of freshwater availability.
    • Water For The Ages
      Abby, another PNWer, writes about global water issues with passion and concern.
    • Water Matters
      News from the Columbia University Water Center.
    • Water SISWEB
      From UC-Davis water students. More than just a blog, it's a water resources community social bookmarking site. The users run the show, and all can participate.
    • Water Words That Work
      From Eric Eckl, a communications and marketing expert for environmental and other progressive causes.
    • Waterblogged
      Shaun McKinnon of the Arizona Republic.
    • Watercrunch
      The sound when people and water collide. A curious blend of water, infrastructure, history, and science. Broadcasting from Clemson, SC.
    • WaterCulture
      David Groenfeldt adds value to water policies.
    • Watering the Desert
      Aptly-titled blog by CJ Brooks, a lawyer-hydrologist-geologist from Tucson, AZ.
    • Watershed Moments: Thoughts from the Hydrosphere
      From Sarah Boon - rediscovering her writing and editing roots after 13 years, primarily as an environmental scientist. Her writing centres around creative non-fiction, specifically memoir and nature writing. The landscapes of western Canada are her main inspiration.
    • WaterWired
      All things fresh water: news, comment, and analysis from hydrogeologist Michael E. Campana, Professor at Oregon State University.
    • Watery Foundation
      Tom Swihart, formerly of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, tells all about water management in the Sunshine State.
    • Western Water Blog
      The 'mystery blog' about Western USA water issues. What more can I say?
    • Wisdom in Water, Please...
      Kate Wilkins-Wells , who manages the Northwest Kansas Groundwater Management District No. 4, provides her wisdom on water issues.
    • xAnalytical
      Doug Walker's xAnalytical blog:Turning Data and Information into Knowledge

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