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22
Mar

6 Elementa Articles for World Water Day 2018

In honor of World Water Day 2018 on March 22, we are pleased to highlight 6 water-focused articles from our open access, trans-disciplinary journal Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene. With research on floods and droughts, …

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21
Apr

Earth Day and the Anthropocene

This post concludes our Earth Week blog series. Thank you for reading! by Jason M. Kelly, editor of Rivers of the Anthropocene On November 4, 2016, the Paris Climate Agreement went into effect. Signed and …

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14
Dec

Once Is Not Enough

by David Carle, author of Introduction to Water in California, Second Edition Water is the essence of life, the key to California’s history and its future. Today, water choices are complicated by …

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27
May

Last Stops on the 38th Parallel, For Now

Janet and David Carle have completed their travels through Europe and Turkey, investigating water issues on the 38th parallel. Their last two stops in Turkey were the vast, alkaline Lake Van, and …

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08
Jun

Drought-Inspired Farmers & Greywater Guerillas

We caught an interesting story this morning on the California Report about how farmers are adapting to drought conditions. Turns out water-stressed plants make delicious apples. Another piece on NPR’s Morning Edition …

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