Gigantic Nile dam prompts clash between Egypt and Ethiopia

Posted on 25th October 2019

Dr Kevin Wheeler discusses rainfall and impact to the GERD dam.

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Behavioural Start to Water Quality Series

Posted on 24th October 2019

This year, the Oxford Water Network is organizing a seminar series on water quality, led by Dr Katrina Charles. The series focuses on the interdisciplinary challenge of achieving safe water quality. Some might think of water quality as a technical subject, focused on how to measure or treat dangerous chemicals or pathogens. Actually, water quality […]

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Managing our water: Examples from the 2019 Dorset field trip

Posted on 23rd October 2019

By Jaswanth Dadi, Kate Cullen, Kavita Upadhyay The sky was overcast and raindrops, emboldened by fierce winds, dashed against our faces. For the twenty-five new students from Oxford University’s MSc in Water Science, Policy and Management (WSPM) 2019-20 cohort, October 3, the first of the three-day induction field trip to Dorset was just as forecasted […]

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Atlantic Salmon Management—An Ocean Away

Posted on 23rd October 2019

By Ellen Kujawa Bright and early in early October, the new students of Oxford’s Water Science, Policy and Management MSc program gathered for a three-day intensive field trip to Dorset. I was most excited to learn about a familiar water management challenge from another region’s perspective: namely, Atlantic salmon research and management on the River […]

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