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.
On the request of management, several journal subscriptions, have been submitted so that their subscriptions would be renewed. Quotations have already been sourced from the publishers and submitted for approval, and we are currently awaiting news on whether they would be purchased.
Let’s keep our fingers crossed. 🙂
These journals include:
Hydrological Sciences Journal Volume 2015 Issues 1 to 12 – IAHS – Taylor and Francis
Water Resources Research Year 2015 Volume 51, 12 Issues – American Geophysical Union – John Wiley & Sons
Water Resources Research (Electronic) Year 2015 Volume 51, 12 Issues – American Geophysical Union – John Wiley and Sons
Journal of the American Water Resources Association
Combined Subscription -Print and Electronic (Includes Online Access) Year 2015 Volume 51, 6 Issues
The award- winning Water Well Journal (winner of the APEX Award for 11 consecutive years) is known as a leading resource for business owners and decision makers in the groundwater industry for over 60 years.
The publishers of the Water Well Journal at the National Ground Water Association (NGWA) have approved the Agency as free subscribers to the Water Well Journal in print.
As such, the newest Water Well Journal was recently emailed to us, with the print journal on its way. This issue provides information on topics such as secure equipment, safety, buyers guide, well inspections and ethics.
Members of staff can access the journal online via the link below or email me for a soft copy version:
The Water Resources Agency recently received the newest copy of the Water Policy Journal (Volume 17 Supplement 1). This issue discusses Water and Disasters, Flood Disasters, mega-disasters, flood risk reduction in Netherlands, policies and action, prevention policies, integrated actions and management and water related disaster risk reduction.