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7 Sep 2019 Dartmouth, NH, United States
Hot and dry conditions coupled with a rising population along the Nile River will reduce the amount of water available for residential, agricultural, and ecological uses in coming decades, according to a new study."Climate extremes impact people," said study leader Ethan Coffel of the Neukom Institute for Computational Science at Dartmouth College, US...
22 Apr 2019 GENEVA, Switzerland
In a fifth presentation of its “Water Talks” series, the Geneva Water Hub is sponsoring a seminar on "Exploring Dam Politics: Rivalries, Power and Hope".The April 25 discussion will take place at the Swiss Television Building in Geneva, and convenes an international panel of experts including:Prof Julien Harou, University of Manchester, UKProf Aysegül Kibaroglu, MEF University, TurkeyDr Filippo Menga, University of Reading, UKProf Christopher Sneddon Dartmouth College, USABrief presentations on the geopolitics of dams will also cover Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), issues in the Tigris-Euphrates basin, and the Mekong Delta, among other topics...
12 Jun 2017 HANOVER NH
Researchers at Dartmouth College have developed a new material that scrubs iodine from water for the first time. The breakthrough could hold the key to cleaning radioactive waste in nuclear reactors and after nuclear accidents like the 2011 Fukushima disaster.
26 Feb 2014 HANOVER, NH
Peru’s Quelccaya ice cap, the world’s largest tropical ice sheet, is shrinking because of rising temperatures, according to a study by Dartmouth College. Dartmouth’s research suggests “that these tropical glaciers are shrinking very rapidly today because of a warming climate,” said Meredith Kelly, one of the study’s authors, in a preview of the paper...
15 Jan 2008 BEIJING, China
— Lake Baiyangdian in northern China contains high levels of mercury and arsenic, according to a study by Dartmouth College researchers. The researchers studied three different locations on the lake. In all three they found that the levels of the toxic substances in fish were above the levels the U...