5 March 2015
By Bret YagerWest Hawaii Today, email@example.com
In a dry land with the highest utility rates in the country, conflicts over water and power generation are never far from hand. Now, residents who want to wade into these sometimes hot waters — or simply understand where they live — have a new database at their disposal. The University of Hawaii at Manoa this week announced the creation of the Hawaii Groundwater &Geothermal Resource Center, an online clearing house of data on island — and state — water wells and also the volcanic hotspots where new geothermal ventures could be added to the often controversial existing ones.
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The HGGRC on the Web: higp.hawaii.edu/hggrc