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Thursday, 31st January 2008

Briefs: Dpreview.com Extends Its Authoritative Reviews to Camera Lenses; USGS Makes New Information on Arizona’s Ground Water Available on the Web

+ Dpreview.com Extends Its Authoritative Reviews to Camera Lenses
Dpreview.com Limited, a comprehensive resource for reviews and original content regarding the latest in digital cameras and an Amazon.com, Inc. subsidiary, announced today the launch of digital camera lens reviews. Visit www.dpreview.com/lensreviews to read the first set of reviews today.

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+ USGS Makes New Information on Arizona’s Ground Water Available on the Web

Where in Arizona are ground-water levels falling? Where are they stable or rising? How much has the water table changed since large-scale pumping has occurred? A new online system developed by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) is designed to answer these and other questions for the most developed ground-water areas in the State. The system uses water-level measurements from wells, collected over the past 75 years by USGS and the Arizona Department of Water Resources. Visit the new online system, called "Arizona Ground-Water Conditions Interactive Map Service."


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