Jenkins, Matt
October 2006
High Country News;10/2/2006, Vol. 38 Issue 18, p12
The article reflects on several journalists in the U.S. The author comments that some mediamen are just sneaking to what cyberspace can do to water resources. The first journalist that the author refers to is, Tim Stroshane, who published a striking newsletter concerning aquatic resources and economic growth of California. The second journalist noted, is Steve Malloch, who even considered himself as the enfant terrible of water on issues concerning water interests.


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