Final Report: The Impacts of Assimilative Capacity of Reservoirs on Coastal Inflows, Prepared by Dr. Stephanie Glenn and Ryan Bare, April 30, 2019.
Funding Resilience in the Greater Houston Region: Synopsis from a Public-Private Sector Workshop: A Green Paper Report by Gavin Dillingham, Lisa Gonzalez, Marina Badoian-Kriticos, and Stephanie Glenn (2019)
HARC and the TCWP conducted an on-the-ground assessment of compensatory wetland mitigation.
Vibrio Vulnificus Cases By Year 2001-2015
Rates of siltation vary considerably from country to country, within river basins, and from reservoir to reservoir, depending upon surficial geology, watershed landuse, and hydro-meteorology.
SERIDAS River Basin Study Phase I - Nile Basin: Current conditions, history and plans document.
The Rio Grande, called the Río Bravo (del Norte) in Mexico, is the fifth largest river on the North American continent.
For the SERIDAS project, the semiarid Central Chilean region was selected as its water bodies are highly modified to irrigate intensive agriculture and water resources availability is expected to decrease due to climate change triggered temperature rise and seasonal precipitation shifts.
This issue paper is intended to list—not analyze—tasks, concerns and solutions related to water governance (water policy, water management) in arid/semi-arid basins.
Water budgeting is one of the fundamental activities underlying the management of water resources (as well as much of the science of hydrology).
The Murray-Darling Basin Authority has prepared this Basin Plan for subparagraph 44(2)(c)(ii) of the Water Act 2007.
"The two greatest rivers of the Eurasian landscape, namely the Euphrates and the Tigris originate in a particular climatic and topographic zone (i.e., Turkey) and end up in quite a different one (i.e., Persian Gulf).
The iconic Colorado River and its tributaries may be the most heavily managed and legally contested in the world.
Growing water extractions from agriculture and urban uses combined with emerging demands for environment protection are increasing competition for scarce water resources worldwide, especially in arid and semiarid regions.
The Júcar River Basin District (RBD) has an irregular hydrology characteristic of Mediterranean basins. Drought and flood episodes are highly common within its territory, even during the same year, and the balance between water supply and demand is very fragile.
This document is a summary of Nile Basin characteristics.
Final report for Freshwater Aquarium Hobbyists and Invasive Species in the Houston-Galveston Region.