A list of news and blog items we stumbled upon in the past week…
- The answer on human-caused climate change is in (The Sacromento Bee) When you ask the right questions, the answer isn’t surprising. Here, Peter Gleick discusses this in the context of the ongoing California (U.S.) drought.
- What did the Romans ever do for us? They left us a water warning (The Conversation) This post describes the Roman implementation of virtual water trade detailed in a new issue of Hydrology and Earth Systems Sciences
- Southeast Queensland less thirsty after millennium drought (Sunshine Coast Daily) Even after the drought ended, local water authorities notice continued conservation practices by residents.
- Transboundary Governance of Groundwater and Aquifers: You can’t separate one from the other (AWRA IMPACT, via WaterWired) Todd Jarvis provides an informal introduction to groundwater and its management
- Satellite sees green-up along Colorado River’s Delta after experimental flow (Phys.org) Describes the purpose and results from a March 2014 experimental water release, including a short video.
Contributed by Shafik Islam and Amanda Repella