Why is water so filthy in Mojave?
And how did it get that way?
This week, I spoke with Dr. Tom Tomsen, an expert on water pollution and sustainability.
And Dr. Tomseng has some questions for you about the world’s most important water source, which is actually not the Colorado River, but the Pacific Ocean.
In this interview, Tom Tomesen, a professor of environmental science and engineering at the University of Arizona, talks about how the Pacific ocean can help solve some of the world�s most pressing environmental problems.
Dr. Tomeseng was in charge of developing the Mojave Desert Watershed Management Plan.
He’s a major proponent of water management in the Mojaves, which includes improving water quality, protecting endangered fish, and reducing water pollution.
His plan calls for increasing water quality by 15 percent annually, improving water supplies to farmers, improving groundwater supplies, and improving fish and wildlife habitat.
But the plan has also included water pollution mitigation, and the plan is currently under review by the Mojavas Federal Water Management Board.
Tomsen was asked about the problems with water pollution in the Pacific.
He says it’s not as simple as just changing a few taps or pumping more water.
Water is a mix of nutrients and minerals, and it’s a complex mixture.
So, we�re going to have to be careful that we don�t increase levels of pollutants in the water we�ve been using.
Dr Tomsens view is that we need to have a much more comprehensive water management plan that looks at all the components, not just the one element.
That�s the plan that we�ll be working on in the future, which will include better water treatment plants, improving the distribution of irrigation water, improving irrigation systems, and even building a new aquifer to replace the one that was destroyed by the drought.
Tomesen says the solution to water pollution is more water, and he�s not just talking about the Pacific in general.
He�s talking about water in the Colorado Basin in particular, which contains some of our most valuable water resources, such as the Chihuahuan Desert, which we used to have.
Tomasen says one of the biggest challenges facing the Mojavenas is the problem of water pollution that we face in our state.
The Chihuahuas have a lot of water resources in the area.
Tommens says the Chiquitas are not happy that we are adding so much water.
Tommens said there�s been a lot that we can do, and we�d love to be able to do more, and that�s why we�m trying to do this comprehensive plan.
Tomansen says there are a lot more important issues that need to be addressed in our nation�s future, such the environmental problems, and how we manage water resources.