In the post linked below, Emily Underwood, discusses a new study by Yamazaki et al. highlighted in the Water Resource Research journal, which uses an updated version of the the Multi-Error-Removed Improved-Terrain Digital Elevation Model (MERIT DEM) data set to develop a computer algorithm that predicts where rivers flow with very little human guidance.
Source: A More Accurate Global River Map
In a recent article by Emily Underwood, published February 8 2018, via EOS Earth, Space and Science News, one looks at how public concept of water scarcity affects the consumption of the valuable resource. To read further just click on the link below.
Source: California’s Water Savings Dwindle When Drought Fears Subside
In the article below, Emily Underwood, discusses research by Apurv et al, published in the Water Resource Research journal, which looks at the various types of droughts, as well as, how different annual rainfall patterns impacted on one’s water usage, which may point to possible strategies for making resources last longer.
Source: How Drought Plays Out
This article by Emily Underwood highlights research by Bogoni et al. in terms capturing the complex process of changing river paths after floods.
Source: A New Model for River Meanders