Ed Ross, former MN state hydrogeologist, discusses NAWAPA's Dakota Canal, which will bring 11 Million Acre Feet of water per year to the Dakota's and supplement the Mississippi River flows.
LPAC TV talks with Mark Riley, head of University of Arizona's Agriculture and Bio-Systems Engineering Dept., about the new areas of study in water and living processes as one effect of NAWAPA. And, why the country must look to great projects to prepare for the future.
LPAC interviews Joseph Montgomery, Senior Staff Geologist, Murrieta, CA, about the geology of the NAWAPA project area and NAWAPA's potential to revolutionize Geological Sciences.
John Sparlin of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Ret.), from his experience with the USACE, discusses how a project like NAWAPA is approached, as well as some engineering considerations.
NAWAPA Interview: On Pumping Stations