A preview of Barnard College’s World Water Day events
Water Archives - Page 2 of 71 - State of the Planet
I am back in Bangladesh to explore the distribution of fresh and saline groundwater in the coastal zone, needed for drinking in the dry season.
Fires may increase stream flow for years after sweeping the surface, and temporarily increase downstream water supplies. But they may also increase the risks of landslides and floods in affected areas.
A new study further cements how global warming, by drying soils, is raising the odds of megadrought conditions across a swath of the western United States.
This U.N.-designated day aims to accelerate gender equity and improve access to and participation in science for women and girls.
The engineer and environmental health researcher studies the intersections of gender, water, sanitation, and hygiene.
Columbia’s School of the Arts will present Jana Winderen’s “The Art of Listening: Under Water,” February 3-13.
Pal and her team identified how a data-driven approach would enhance the state’s ability to predict water supplies.
A practice used to manage glacial water resources that is central to cultures in northern Pakistan is facing enormous transformation in the modern day.