A handful of new studies analyze the depletion and contamination of groundwater, as well as the effects of climate change—and how communities are responding.
As Earth’s climate changes at an unprecedented rate, the Surface Atmosphere Integrated Field Laboratory is studying precipitation on an unprecedented scale.
Researchers mapped the environmental footprint of data centers, shedding light on how and where the industry can improve.
Living in Geologic Time: Will desertification overtake Nevada’s half-million-year history of wetlands?
By systematically turning valves off and on in water distribution networks, researchers can locate pipe leaks, which could help to save huge quantities of drinking water.
Scientists have devised a way of preserving privacy for smart water metering users while also providing water suppliers with information they can use to improve the efficiency of water services.
Researchers used remote sensing technologies to map Koh Ker’s buried reservoir and calculate its capacity to hold water during the rainy season.
Regions with dry climates and heavy agricultural industries may be the most hard-hit.
Naturally occurring contaminants and human-made pollution in drinking water supply may be harmful to human health.
Offshore aquifers may be a common feature along passive continental margins around the world.