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A World Without Water (film)

Posted By kevinthemann in Planning and Management , Miscellaneous

A World Without Water The world is running out of its most precious resource. True Vision's film tells of the personal tragedies behind the mounting privatisation of water supplies. -

India's Water Crisis (BBC Video)

Posted By kevinthemann in Planning and Management , Miscellaneous

India receives adequate rainfall for its billion-plus population, but the country is facing a crisis as water is diverted from poor rural areas to fill water tanks and swimming pools in richer cities like Delhi. -

Scientists Claim Flowing Water May Be on Mars (PHOTOS)

Posted By kevinthemann in Hydrology

NASA scientists said Thursday they have discovered the strongest evidence yet that there could be water on Mars.

Using the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) camera on NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, scientists were able to capture images of tell-tale signs of water within a crater called Newton, located at Mars' equator near its southern hemisphere. -

When Climate Changes Come and Water Policies Fails Pray for Rain

Posted By kevinthemann in Planning and Management

Texans and the rest of the country are getting a preview of the future of water when national and local leadership on climate and water policies fail.
Texas in the throes of its worst one-year drought on record according to the Texas State Climatologist Texas A&M Professor John Nielsen-Gammon. July was the warmest month ever recorded for Texas going back to 1895. July was the fifth consecutive m -

CalWater: Research project studies the clouds that provide California with much of its water

Posted By kevinthemann in Hydrology

A research project called CalWater is trying to determine why some clouds give up their moisture and others don't as they roll across the mountain ranges that provide the state with much of its water. -

Water Disputes In South Asia: Can Region Come Together?

Posted By kevinthemann in Planning and Management

Several factors drive water disputes in South Asia. To solve the problems, it is critical to involve even China. Solutions must foster the sharing of water resources through increasing dialogue and building mutual trust. -

Where the water resources are and where they go

Posted By kevinthemann in Miscellaneous

Drawing Water is a constructed landscape shaped by the relationship between where water falls and where it's consumed within the United States. It builds images to expose the reality that water is channeled, pumped, and siphoned to locations far from where it falls. Although the paths are imagined, Drawing Water is based on real data and it reveals a clear truth about water resources and use. -

The Vulnerability of U.S. Water Resources to Climate Change

Posted By kevinthemann in Hydrology

Here is a link to Peter Gleick's presentation at a jointly sponsored AAAS and AMS briefing on Capitol Hill as part of the "AMS Climate Briefing Series". -

Global Statistic: "Virtual Water" | Global 3000

Posted By kevinthemann in Planning and Management

We take water for granted in our everyday lives - using it to shower,do the laundry,cook and clean.We also use in less obvious ways: Every piece of paper we write on,every steak we eat and even the clothes we wear also add to our daily water usage. -