. Water crisis in Spain, its effects at the end of autumn 2017.

Juan G. R and Juan G. R. Water crisis in Spain, its effects at the end of autumn 2017.

Water and Irrigation Vol .: 8, No. 1: 14-16, November 2017, Spain.

The current volume of water stored in Spain is 20768 hm3, which represents only 37% of the capacity of the reservoirs. The rivers of . Water crisis in Spain, its effects at the end of autumn 2017. …

Juan G. R. Drought in Spain, its effects at the beginning of summer 2017.

Juan G. R. Drought in Spain, its effects at the beginning of summer 2017.

Water and Irrigation Vol .: 8, No. 1: 5-6, June 2017, Spain.

The current volume of water in Spain is 31326 hm3, which represents only 56% of the capacity of the reservoirs. The rivers of the large basins are affected by Juan G. R. Drought in Spain, its effects at the beginning of summer 2017. …

Climatic effect of irrigation over the Yellow River Basin.

Climatic effect of irrigation over the Yellow River Basin.

April 21, 2017, China.

As a sensitive region of global climate change, the Yellow River basin, situated in arid and semiarid regions, also plays an important role in food production. However, using water resources in the Yellow River basin is challenging due to the drought Climatic effect of irrigation over the Yellow River Basin. …

Floods in the corridor of US tornadoes.

Juan G. R. and Juan P. J. A. Floods in the corridor of US tornadoes.

Water and Irrigation Vol .: 7, No. 1: 19-20, August, 2016, Spain.

In 2016 torrential rains have caused flooding in the states of Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Mississippi, Tennessee, Missouri and Illinois. Being the most damaged Louisiana and Texas to Floods in the corridor of US tornadoes. …

Maryland flooding: Never seen such devastation.

Maryland county official: Never seen such devastation.

By Steve Visser and Chandrika Narayan, CNN.

Mon August 1, 2016

The flood that devastated downtown Ellicott City, Maryland, killed two people and destroying or damaging at least 25 buildings, was the worst in memory of a 57 year old county executive. The 6 inches of rain Maryland flooding: Never seen such devastation. …

The Mekong: Slow Death of a River.

The Mekong: Slow Death of a River.

A commentary by Dan Southerland, Radio Free Asia, 2016-07-08

Mekong River has it origin in Tibet, is the Southeast Asia’s longest river, with 60 to 70 million people depending on it for food, commerce, irrigation, transportation, and drinking water. But the river’s slowly developing crisis rarely gains The Mekong: Slow Death of a River. …

Pollution in major and small rivers continues increasing.

Juan G. R., Juan G. R., Juan A. P. J. Pollution in major and small rivers continues increasing.

Water and Irrigation Vol .: 7, No. 1: 13-15, June, 2016, Spain.

As a result of continuous discharges into rivers waste from industry, agriculture, urban areas, the mining sector and inadequate treatment of wastewater, water pollution has Pollution in major and small rivers continues increasing. …

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