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When groundwater saturates a river basin, the risk for flooding goes up. So does the strength of Earth's gravity in that region, ever so slightly, because of the extra mass of the underground water. By using tiny variations in gravity detected from space, researchers report...

source: Science Magazine

Water plant managers and city officials in Ohio and Ontario are bracing for an above-average toxic bloom of algae that is forecast to spread across Lake Erie later this summer. The 2014 algae bloom is anticipated to be the second or third largest in more than a decade, according...

source: Circle of Blue

The Supreme Court of Canada backed the right of the province of Ontario to grant forestry licenses, after an aboriginal challenge to licenses it had granted to a predecessor of Resolute Forest Products. It was a decision that also had positive implications for the ability...

source: Reuters

After Premier Gold Mines's positive resource estimate yesterday, the equity research analysts at Cantor Fitzgerald put a target of $4.15 on the miner's shares, up from a previous target of $3.85. Premier Gold Mines announced...

source: Mining.com

GTA Resources and Mining provides an update on its projects in Northern Ontario and outlines exploration plans for the second half of 2014. To supplement its present treasury of approximately $1.2 million, GTA also announces...

source: Junior Mining Network

Conservation Authorities are encouraged by a report released recently by the Environmental Commissioner of Ontario which highlights the need for additional investment in Conservation Authority flood programs in order to address the growing threat from extreme weather.

source: Conservation Ontario


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