Nancy Gladstone and Saskia Nowicki, part of of the Oxford University-led Gro for GooD (Groundwater Risk Management for Growth and Development) project share experience from a recent field visit to Kwale County, Kenya.
Bettina Lange, Chris Decker and Kevin Grecksch presented the results of their research on drought and water scarcity in the UK as part of the MaRIUS Live event, held on 2 November in London.
Oxford University researchers propose a scheme to position, focus, and sort magnetic particles in a microchannel with a magnetic field.
The global effect and impact of atmospheric rivers on rainfall, flooding and droughts has been estimated for the first time – revealing that in some regions the risks can be enhanced by up to 80 percent. The work, of which Oxford University is a key partner, also considers the number of people affected by these atmospheric phenomena across the globe.