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.
In recent research, noted in an article published by Jesse Kathan in the Eos Earth and Space Science Magazine on January 30 2020, it has been noted that plans for full-scale negative emissions technologies can impact land, water and energy use on a global scale.
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The latest issue of the EOS Earth and Space Sciences News magazine (Volume 101, Issue 1) is now available for perusal. This issue provides articles related to topics such as groundwater modeling, climate change and the water cycle.
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The November 2019 issue of the EOS Earth and Space Science News magazine (Volume 100 Issue 11), published by the American Geophysical Union (AGU), is now available for perusal. This issue highlights topics such as natural disasters, safe water, precipitation, climate change, land use, water pollution, as well as, other relevant articles and information from the American Geophysical Union (AGU).
Persons wishing to view this magazine can send me an email or visit me at my desk. Happy reading!
The article below, published in the EOS Earth and Space Science News by Kate Wheeling on October 15, 2019 highlights a research article from the Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, which discusses the relationship between forest structure and the water cycle.
The EOS Earth and Space Sciences News magazine for October 2019 is now available for perusal. Published by the American Geophysical Union this issue discusses topics such as aquifers, groundwater systems, climate change, chemical releases, warming of streams, and other relevant AGU news.
Persons wishing to view this issue can either email me or visit me at my desk.