Ecological Meltdown in the Firth of Clyde, Scotland: Two Centuries of Change in a Coastal Marine Ecosystem

[tweetmeme http://www.URL.com] Ruth H. Thurstan and Callum M. Roberts (Environment Department, University of York) have published a good new article titled „Ecological Meltdown in the Firth of Clyde, Scotland: Two Centuries of Change in a Coastal Marine Ecosystem.“  The abstract to their article reads: The Firth of Clyde is a large inlet of the sea that … Continue reading

Analysis: Paradoxically increasing river flows in the Sahel despite long-term drought

A Water and Marine Sustainability Month Feature Article [tweetmeme http://www.URL.com] Okechukwu Amog , Luc Descroix (Grenoble Laboratoire d’étude des Transferts en Hydrologie et Environnement) and co-authors listed in the citation issued a paper addressing paradoxical increases in river flows in the West African Sahel, despite ongoing long-term drought.  The abstract to their good article is: Despite … Continue reading

Socio-Technical Aspects of Water Management: Emerging Trends at Grass Roots Level in Uzbekistan

A Water and Marine Sustainability Month Feature Article [tweetmeme http://www.URL.com] Iskandar Abdullaev and Peter P. Mollinga of the ZEF Center for Development Research, University of Bonn recently issued a paper titled „The Socio-Technical Aspects of Water Management: Emerging Trends at Grass Roots Level in Uzbekistan,“  the abstract of which is: In Soviet times, water management was … Continue reading

Pros and Cons of Adopting Water-Wise Approaches in the Lower Reaches of the Amu Darya: A Socio-Economic View

A Water and Marine Sustainability Month Feature Article [tweetmeme http://www.URL.com] Maksud Bekchanov (Center for Development Research (ZEF), Bonn University), John P.A. Lamers (ZEF/UNESCO (Khorezm) Project, Urgench State University) and Christopher Martius (Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research) have published a paper titled “Pros and Cons of Adopting Water-Wise Approaches in the Lower Reaches of the Amu … Continue reading

Coastal and Offshore Wind Energy Generation: Is It Environmentally Benign?

[tweetmeme http://www.URL.com] Jennifer C. Wilson, Mike Elliott, Nick D. Cutts (University of Hull ) and the co-authors listed in the citation have published a new paper analyzing the environmental benefits (and risks) associated with coastal and off-shore wind energy generation.  The abstract to this paper: Offshore and coastal wind power is one of the fastest growing … Continue reading

A Review on Concepts, Applications, and Models of Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage Systems

A Water and Marine Sustainability Month Feature Article [tweetmeme http://www.URL.com] Kun Sang Lee  of the Department of Environmental and Energy Systems Engineering, Kyonggi University has published a useful technical paper on the concepts, applications, and models of aquifer thermal energy storage systems.  The abstract to this paper: Being a heat source or sink, aquifers have been … Continue reading

Inadequately Treated Wastewater as a Source of Human Enteric Viruses in the Environment

A Water and Marine Sustainability Month Feature Article [tweetmeme http://www.URL.com] Anthony I. Okoh, Thulani Sibanda  and Siyabulela S. Gusha (Applied and Environmental Microbiology Research Group (AEMREG), Department of Biochemistry and Microbiology, University of Fort Hare) have published a paper titled “Inadequately Treated Wastewater as a Source of Human Enteric Viruses in the Environment”, the summary of … Continue reading

Market-Driven Solutions to Economic, Environmental, and Social Issues Related to Water Management in the Western USA

A Water and Marine Sustainability Month Feature Article [tweetmeme http://www.URL.com] Jordan A. Clayton  of the Department of Geosciences, Georgia State University has published an interesting analysis titled „Market-Driven Solutions to Economic, Environmental, and Social Issues Related to Water Management in the Western USA,“ the abstract of which reads as follows: Water management issues continue to plague … Continue reading

Construction of an Environmentally Sustainable Development on a Modified Coastal Sand Mined and Landfill Site—Part 2. Re-Establishing the Natural Ecosystems on the Reconstructed Beach Dunes

A Water and Marine Sustainability Month Feature Article [tweetmeme http://www.URL.com] Anne Marie Clements, Appollonia Simmonds (Anne Clements and Associates) and the co-authors listed in the citation have published an excellent paper focusing on the re-establishment of natural ecosystems on reconstructed beach dunes in a former sand-mining and landfill location.  The abstract/introduction to this good paper reads: … Continue reading

Water Footprinting: How to Address Water Use in Life Cycle Assessment?

A Water and Marine Sustainability Month Feature Article [tweetmeme http://www.URL.com]   Markus Berger and Matthias Finkbeiner of the Department of Environmental Technology, Technische Universität Berlin, have published an interesting article titled „Water Footprinting: How to Address Water Use in Life Cycle Assessment?“  The abstract and introduction to their paper reads: As freshwater is a vital yet often … Continue reading

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