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Ziemkiewicz analyzes data from untreated mine water used as a drinking source for Inside Appalachia

Ziemkiewicz analyzes data from untreated mine water used as a drinking source for Inside Appalachia

Morgantown, W.Va. – As mining companies close and leave Appalachia, water systems in these company towns are often abandoned. Eight water systems in southern...[Read More]
WVWRI to co-host regional water conference; announces Call for Abstracts

WVWRI to co-host regional water conference; announces Call for Abstracts

The West Virginia Water Research Institute at West Virginia University is accepting abstracts through March 27 for the 2017 Mid-Atlantic Water Resources Conference. The event will...[Read More]
FY17 WVWRI & USGS 104b Request for Proposals

FY17 WVWRI & USGS 104b Request for Proposals

Background The West Virginia Water Research Institute is requesting proposals for research expected to be funded March 1, 2017 through February 28, 2018. The U.S. Geological...[Read More]
WVU Study will Determine amount of rare earth elements in the region's coal mining waste

WVU Study will Determine amount of rare earth elements in the region's coal mining waste

MORGANTOWN, W.VA. –The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) National Energy Technology Laboratory recently awarded West Virginia University (WVU) a project to survey acid mine drainage...[Read More]
WVU a Hotbed of Research Activity

WVU a Hotbed of Research Activity

Which Fracking Water To Watch Paul Ziemkiewicz, director, West Virginia Water Research Institute, says the general public often worries about the wrong water in the fracking...[Read More]