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…View More The Mekong: Slow Death of a River.
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…View More Pollution in major and small rivers continues increasing.
Water in the West: The future of irrigation and fisheries Christine Peterson Star Tribune staff writer December 01, 2014 U S. California is experiencing the worst drought in its recorded history, and experts say that much of the West, including Montana and Wyoming, could see…View More Water in the West: The future of irrigation and fisheries
Juan G.R. The Congo River can alleviate food crisis and migration to parts of Africa Water and Irrigation. Vol: 5, No. 1: 27-28, August 2014, Spain. The Congo River has a length of 4667 Kilometer and a basin area of 3.7 million km2, with an…View More The Congo River can alleviate food crisis and migration to parts of Africa
Juan G.R. Floods in the Balkans require more drainage works. Water and Irrigation. Vol: 5, No. 1: 13-16, June, 2014, Spain. Heavy rains as a consequence of the combined action of different meteorological factors within and outside the territory of the Balkans in 2014 has…View More Floods in the Balkans requires more drainage works.
The disappearing rivers of Bangladesh Climate change has caused that more than a third of 300 large rivers disappear in Bangladesh. The rivers are drying out as a result of barriers built upstream to divert water and protect people from floods that have become more…View More The disappearing rivers of Bangladesh
St. Lawrence River Environment Canada The St. Lawrence hydrographic system, including the Great Lakes, is one of the largest in the world. Its surface area of 1.6 million km2 is the third largest in North America, after the Mississippi and Mackenzie rivers. St. Lawrence river…View More St. Lawrence River
137 rivers in Peru need prevention works to prevent flooding Peru News Agency – Andina . O5/10/2013 , Lima, Peru It requires the execution 868 works of coastal defenses and cleaning channels in 137 rivers of Peru , by regional and local authorities , to…View More 137 rivers in Peru need prevention works to prevent flooding
Juan G. R. Abundant rains cause overflows in the major rivers of Spain. …View More Abundant rains cause overflows in the major rivers of Spain.
USA: Mississippi River Dredging Ensures Navigation Jul 23rd, 2012.USA. According to the National Weather Service this year’s drought is affecting nearly 61% of the country and is causing problems for commercial traffic on the Mississippi River and its tributaries. One of the primary missions of…View More USA: Mississippi River Dredging Ensures Navigation
Yangtze River pollution continues growing China.2007. The Yangtze River, the longest in Asia,with a long about 6300 Km and a basin of 1800.000 Km2, remains seriously affected by pollution. The first government study on environmental conditions reveals that far from diminishing, pollution of the…View More Yangtze River pollution continues growing
Fayanas E. E. Brazil:water contradictions. Rebellión: Social Ecology 10-03-2011. Brazil is the greatest world water reserve with 13% of the planet. This is unevenly distributed in its territory and 70% is in the Amazon region, 15% in the Midwest, 6% in the south and 3%…View More Brazil: water contradictions.
Juan G. R. The Guadalquivir river needs channel correction and drainage works against floods. Water and Irrigation, Volume 1, Nº 2: 7-8, 2010, Spain. During different months of 2010, heavy rains have affected the Guadalquivir river basin in the Community of Andalucia at Spain and…View More The Guadalquivir river needs channel correction and drainage works against floods
Juan G. R. For a better water exploitation in the Ebro basin. Newspaper Information. Page 23-24, 1/05/2008 . Alicante , Spain . The system of distribution of rainfall in the Ebro basin is highly variable and provoke that exist within the watershed, areas with rainfall…View More For a better water exploitation in the Ebro basin.