The President of the association, Engr. Michael Ale, who said this on Wednesday, warned of the looming dangers of exposing vulnerable citizens to the health risks of consuming unclean water. Ale maintained that Abuja, Taraba, IMO, Bauchi and others are states where scarcity of water is endemic, saying the cause is traceable to the high cost of drilling which mounts pressure on the government to provide potable water for its citizens. He added that the development had given rise to individuals and corporate organizations patronizing unprofessional drillers which degenerates to haphazard drillings, while many operators engage in dubious acts. The AWDROP president, therefore, tasked the government to take drastic decision to address the anomalies before it gets out of hand. Invariably, the cost of drilling is high which is mounting more pressure on the government to provide water.
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Earthquakes can occur in Indiana at any time. Citizens should plan and practice what to do in the event of an earthquake in order to properly respond before, during, and after the shaking begins. Before an earthquake occurs : Prepare for three to seven days of electricity, water, gas, and telephone outages. Keep an earthquake disaster kit on hand, including a well-stocked first aid kit a supply of medicines required for life-threatening conditions, copies of important documents, extra money, a flashlight, a hand crank or solar-powered radio, extra batteries, blankets, drinking water and nonperishable food, and tools to shut off utilities. Store the kit in a secure, waterproof location that is easily accessible.
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Two holes, BZ and BZ, were recently drilled during the winter drill program at the Betty Zone and were later surveyed by a borehole electromagnetic EM survey at the end of the winter drill program. Initial modelling suggests the anomaly has the potential of a m long strike length, that is also supported by airborne VTEM data. The anomaly is directly on strike with the Brabant-McKenzie Deposit with similar conductivity values.
In the past, anyone interested in using historical aerial photos would have to physically visit an archival collection, and use the paper copies of index maps to locate an area of interest and find the photo ID. IHAPI allows users to easily locate a site of interest and determine unique identification numbers for individual photos on all index maps for a given area of interest. Copies of the photos can then be ordered from various archival collections, including the IGWS archive. Before attempting to use the IHAPI map, we strongly recommend that users read the Archival Organization to better understand the way archives captured the imagery and then organized and indexed the large numbers of paper copies of images that comprise a survey for any given county. Also please read the instructions page to better understand the tools available on the interactive map, and the suggested methods of discovering IDs for photos that show a particular area of interest.