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  • 16 Nov 2009- 19:59 by OOSKAnews Correspondent united states, CO, BOULDER A U.S. study, published in "Geophysical Research Letters" suggests that the devastating 7.9 magnitude Wenchuan earthquake could have been hastened by tens to hundreds of years by the creation of the Zipingpu
  • 14 Oct 2009- 16:02 by OOSKAnews Correspondent united states, MA, CAMBRIDGE Innovations are not enough to solve water scarcity, according to former technology officer of General Electric Water and Process Technologies Ramesh Rengarajan. An effective solution to the water problem will involve a
  • 14 Oct 2009- 14:48 by OOSKAnews Correspondent united states, MA, CAMBRIDGE Innovations are not enough to solve water scarcity, according to former technology officer of General Electric Water and Process Technologies Ramesh Rengarajan. An effective solution to the water problem will involve a
  • 12 Oct 2009- 20:58 by OOSKAnews Correspondent united states, MA, CAMBRIDGE Innovations are not enough to solve water scarcity, according to former technology officer of General Electric Water and Process Technologies Ramesh Rengarajan. An effective solution to the water problem will involve a
  • 12 Oct 2009- 14:47 by OOSKAnews Correspondent united states, MA, CAMBRIDGE Innovations are not enough to solve water scarcity, according to former technology officer of General Electric Water and Process Technologies Ramesh Rengarajan. An effective solution to the water problem will involve a
  • 20 Jan 2009- 10:17 by OOSKAnews Correspondent Mexico, MEXICO CITY Mexico and the United States are believed to have revived talks on the crucial issue of sharing the Colorado River water, a move that is being welcomed by parched communities in Nevada, Arizona and California. The two sides also seek
  • 19 Jan 2009- 21:41 by OOSKAnews Correspondent Mexico, MEXICO CITY Mexico and the United States are believed to have revived talks on the crucial issue of sharing the Colorado River water, a move that is being welcomed by parched communities in Nevada, Arizona and California. The two sides also seek