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Monday, April 02, 2012

2 things- Brown bag seminar and DEC Air Quality Intern

All are invited including ENVS and GEOG students to the following AWRA Brownbag seminar on Wednesday, April 4th at noon for the next presentation in the American Water Resources Association (AWRA) Brown bag series:

Rorie Watt of the City and Borough of Juneau Engineering Department will present the draft report of the A.J. Mine related Water Study for the City and Borough of Juneau. The discussion will cover the CBJ Water System, Gold Creek Watershed, available water resources, system improvements, and potential scenarios associated with mine development and city drinking water supplies.

Wednesday, April 4th. 
Noon - 1pm
UAS HB110 

For more information about the project please see:
http://www.juneau.org/engineering/AJ_MINE/AJMINE_Water_Study.php

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AK Dept. of Environmental Conservation - Air Quality Division seeks an intern starting in September.  Interested ENVS/GEOG students should contact Ivy Smith

ivys.ak@gmail.com

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