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Water wars

Today is World Water Day. Time to ask, yet again, what is the state of Philippine waters today? has water for drinking and household use in particular improved in quality and quantity? 1,799 more words

Institutions

The Watershed in Winter! Teaching Outdoors

Snow Lab!

Welcome to our ‘Watershed in Winter’ lab, it’s a lot of fun! One of the most beloved labs in our department, in this lab students explore the winter landscape, looking at how snow falls on landscape, and conducting some simple calculations to estimate water inputs to the watershed. 699 more words

HigherEd

The watershed in your yard: the WaterLA 2018 Annual Report

Books! OK… well – Reports! Part 3, the final of my recommended reads – the practical, the lyrical and

The Celebratory (also, yes, the Nerdy): … 225 more words

Now

The Lamoille Watershed as a Model for Storm Water Nutrient Runoff from Dairy Farms in Vermont

The following was my environmental studies senior thesis.

ABSTRACT

            Storm water runoff from agricultural areas carries excess nutrients with it, which leads to dead zones in nearby lakes. 3,524 more words

Education

Teaching Outdoors! Field Laboratories

This semester I volunteered to be a Teaching Assistant for a 400 level course in the Natural Resource Ecology and Management department, my home department here at Iowa State University. 794 more words

HigherEd

Darwin for Climate Action - improving watershed management from Morocco to Bolivia

In the second of our climate resilience themed blog posts (read out first one here!), we take a look at the different watershed management approaches used by projects to address both climate change adaptation and mitigation. 919 more words

Conservation

Watershed Management approach to Hydropower Development

Himalayan rivers have always been prone to floods and landslides. However, climate change is making the already precarious conditions worse, with glacier lakes filling up, because of melting ice. 575 more words

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