Not a drop of water that can be imagined. Not even a trickle of a seasonal or intermittent stream that might provide water. Y'know, the kind on topo maps that are designated with dashed blue lines.
Water in Arizona is scarce, often a matter of life or death.
However, we read this....
"Ohio will soon be in the business of selling water to industry throughout shale-gas regions," a blogger claims. Speaking of native amphibians of the Ohio River watershed, this blogger continues with the thought, "let's not forget who resides in that water."
"Amphibians are the canaries in the aquatic 'coal-mines.' Their health should be important to us, as they are bio indicators for our future. We should all be thinking about this a little more," she continues.
If the supply of water in the Ohio River is being questioned because mining operations require water, what solution do we have in Arizona where mining companies are tapping underground aquifers? Just a thought . . . . .