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IDAHO SCIENCE JOURNAL

Water & Growth

  • Aired: 04/29/2015
  • 04:09
  • Rating: TV-G
How will growth impact water use in the Treasure Valley for the next 30 years? Reporter Joan Cartan-Hansen talks with a researcher at Boise State University who have developed computer models to allow policy makers and residents to understand how building roads, homes and businesses could impact water availability and quality for all the valley’s residents
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Computer modeling can project impact of future growth for Boise area.
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