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Dr. Clifford B. Fedler

Wrong Dr. Clifford B. Fedler?

Associate Academic Dean

Texas Tech University
P. O. Box 43091
Lubbock, Texas 79409
United States

Company Description: Texas Tech University, located in Lubbock, Texas, is a public, comprehensive research institution of higher education chartered by the State of Texas. Through an...   more
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www.biogasworks.com, 26 Aug 2005 [cached]
Dr. Clifford B. Fedler, PE
Professor
Department of Civil Engineering
PO Box 41023
Clifford Fedler, Ph.D. - ...
www.bayoupreservation.org, 5 Feb 2009 [cached]
Clifford Fedler, Ph.D. - Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Texas Tech University (abstract); Presentation - Onsite Wastewater Treatment
News - Story Page
www.wef.org, 1 May 2006 [cached]
AS REPORTED by Clifford Fedler of Texas Tech University in the February 2005 issue of BioCycle, fresh water that is consumed is almost universally used once and then discharged into a receiving stream.Once in that stream, water is essentially sent to our coastal waters."With our population continuously growing, causing ever-increasing demands upon our natural resources, the future of our water resources will be reduced even further.It is time for a shift in our thinking," Fedler observes.
Regional Roundup :: BioCycle, Advancing Composting, Organics Recycling & Renewable Energy
www.jgpress.com, 28 Oct 2006 [cached]
Cliff Fedler of the Civil Engineering Department at Texas Tech University has been researching this topic. Observes Prof. Fedler: "If only half of the water from our municipal wastewater treatment systems in the U.S. were utilized to irrigate crops, over four million acres of crops could be produced.
Decision to kill Lubbock prairie dogs met with outrageĀ  Bad day down on the farm
www.leas.bizland.com, 19 July 2006 [cached]
Texas Tech University professor Cliff Fedler, who consulted on farm operations through the 1990s, warned in 1997 that the city's misapplication would cause nitrates to increase in the groundwater within three years.
"They could have done a better job of managing," said Dr. Fedler.
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Dr. Fedler, the engineering consultant, said he advised that rye grass was less effective at absorbing nitrates.
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