The EOS Science News magazine (Vol. 101 No. 5) by the American Geophysical Union (AGU) for May 2020, is now available for perusal. This issue covers topics such as coastal wetlands, farming, and Cuba’s water, water quality, climate, air pollution, as well as, coastal sediment modeling.
Persons wishing to view this issue can send me an email.
We have received our print version of the Water Policy Journal for December 2019 (Volume 21 Issue 6) from the World Water Council published by IWA Publishing.
This issue discusses topics such as water diplomacy, water security, groundwater management, recycling water, a Q-study for the segmentation of potable water customers, sustainable water services and incentives for water consumption reduction.
Persons wishing to view this document can send me and email or visit me at my desk.
On March 22 each year, World Water Day (WWD) is observed.. The theme for this year’s event is Water and Climate. To commemorate the day the Global Water Partnership – Caribbean (GWP-C) is inviting persons to take part in their World Water Day 2020 Photo Contest. The deadline for the competition is on March 22 2020.
Anyone can enter, up to a number of three times, with an original photo that depicts “taking good care of water” with a relevant caption. Each photo entered must be of a location in the Caribbean region.
The winning entrant will receive a US$100 Amazon Gift Card.
The Earth and Space Science News Magazine (Vol 101, No. 3) is now available for perusal. In this issue topics discussed include climate model collaboration, diagnosing the Twaithes glacier, coastal carbon, climate warming, farming and landslides in Peruvian deserts, storing water using Pre-Inca canal system and ocean maps.
Persons wishing to view this publication can email me or visit me at my desk.
We have just received our print copy of the latest World Meteorological Organization (WMO) Bulletin Volume 68 (2) – 2019. This issue discusses topics such as WMO 2030 Vision; climate services, greenhouse gases; climate change; early warning and coastal inundation.
Persons wishing to view this journal can send me an email.