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  • Hi Hall, Thanks for your response and great recommendation. We have not used Diatomaceous earth...we'll give it a try. Thank you. ------------------------------ Abtin Shahrokh Hamedani Ph.D., A.M.ASCE San Antonio TX -------------------------- ...

  • Have you tried Diatomaceous earth?  It is commonly used for crawling insects and should not harm your water quality. ------------------------------ Hall Charles EIT, A.M.ASCE civil eit / designer Renton WA ------------------------------

  • Hi Dr. Dilip. Thank you for your responces and recommendations! ------------------------------ Ebissa Gadissa S.M.ASCE PhD Scholar Addis Ababa ------------------------------

  • There have been many discussions in the ASCE Collaborate forum on various aspects of Warming Climate. At least two recent ones are: Climate Change and Causes (July 2018); and Empirical Data on Global Warming and CO2 (July 2020). You may consider revisiting ...

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  • Remember the situation happened on the globe [shortage of food and water] due to climate change on water resources. There is a high gap between supply and demand. What are the main manmade causes for climate change? If we know the causes, how we can control ...

  • Hi Roger, thanks for your recommendation, I'll give it a try for sure. Thank you and happy 2022! ------------------------------ Abtin Shahrokh Hamedani Ph.D., A.M.ASCE San Antonio TX ------------------------------

  • Hi Hadi, Thanks for your response. We have been monitoring the outflow for 2 years and multiple factors can cause changes in the outflow including aging, plants cycles, clogging and ... so we can not be sure of the sole impact of fire ants in this cell. ...

  • Environmental Impact assessment is the basic assessment during project establishment. we may find positive or negative impact or both. However, if the climate change is not considered, can we accept the project if its impact for the society is high? How ...

  • Here's a 4th issue - why would a white blanket be better than the glacier itself (is it blue and therefore absorbs radiation?) Are there sensitive real-time, measuring techniques that can show whether the blanket is effective? ------------------------------ ...

  • Abtin,  Can't you meter the flow rate on the outfall to evaluate the impact? What type of filter media is used? Do you know the soil/filter ingredients? You can also try steam injectors which still uses hot water, but I guess hot water may kill the plants ...

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