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Water Resources and Management

  1. Six reference evapotranspiration (ETo) methods including: Papadakis (1966), Turc (1961), Blaney and Criddle (1950), Blaney and Criddle modified by Shih et al. (1977), Penman modified by Frere and Popov (1979) ...

    Authors: Valentine Asong Tellen
    Citation: Earth Perspectives 2017 4:4
  2. Water security has become an increasing concern for many water system managers due to climate change and increased population. In order to improve the security of supply, alternative sources such as harvested ...

    Authors: Lisa J. Blinco, Martin F. Lambert, Angus R. Simpson and Angela Marchi
    Citation: Earth Perspectives 2017 4:3
  3. In the face of changing environmental and socio-economic drivers, access to, understanding of, and the use of probabilistic climate forecasts and other sources of scientific hydro-climate information are impor...

    Authors: Matthew Babcock, Gabrielle Wong-Parodi, Mitchell J. Small and Iris Grossmann
    Citation: Earth Perspectives 2016 3:3
  4. This article develop analyses water security in Mexico, a country where global environmental change requires social, political and economic actors to protect natural resources and ecosystem services in order t...

    Authors: Úrsula Oswald Spring
    Citation: Earth Perspectives 2014 1:7
  5. The link between water scarcity and public unrest is a close one. Groundwater is the only viable resource in most arid and semi-arid environments that can sustain rural and urban populations. Periodic drought ...

    Authors: Nicholas S Robins and James Fergusson
    Citation: Earth Perspectives 2014 1:6
  6. Though the benefits of centralized water systems (e.g. improved publichealth, environmental protection, streamlined operations, economy of scale, reliability) are well known, these systems are not always feasi...

    Authors: Heather C Galada, Franco A Montalto, Patrick L Gurian, Mimi Sheller, Tibebu B Ayalew and Stephen O'Connor
    Citation: Earth Perspectives 2014 1:5
  7. Human leptospirosis is currently one of the most widespread bacterial zoonoses and is the only epidemic-prone infection that can be transmitted directly from contaminated water. Transmission in humans is cause...

    Authors: Maria Cecilia Vega-Corredor and Jacob Opadeyi
    Citation: Earth Perspectives 2014 1:3