David Kreamer In The News

The National News
May 9, 2022
More human remains were discovered at Lake Mead at the weekend, less than a week after a barrel containing a possible murder victim was discovered at the body of water located near Las Vegas, Nevada.
Jutarnji
May 2, 2022
Ambitions to start a uranium industry on American soil are being reawakened - but so are fears of the pollution the industry is bringing.
World News Era
May 2, 2022
David Kreamer, a professor of hydrology and an authority on groundwater contaminants at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, disputed that assertion.
UK Time News
May 2, 2022
David Kreamer, a professor of hydrology and a specialist in groundwater contaminants at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, disputed that claim.
The New York Times
May 2, 2022
If imports end because of the war, American companies may look to increase domestic mining, which has a toxic history on Indigenous lands.
New Express News
May 2, 2022
David Kreamer, a professor of hydrology and an authority on groundwater contaminants at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, disputed that assertion.
Sierra Nevada Ally
January 3, 2022
Highlights from a Discussion of the Colorado River Basin and Glen Canyon Dam
K.T.N.V. T.V. ABC 13
December 12, 2021
A virtual conference is scheduled on Monday to discuss the future of the Colorado River with some of the nation's leading scientists, Indigenous community leaders along with former and high-ranking federal officials.