Proportional water allocation policies help federal countries cope with drought extremes

Posted on 3rd June 2013

Dr. Dustin Garrick (School of Geography and the Environment, Oxford Martin School) delivered a presentation on drought management in federal rivers at a conference on Water in the Anthropocene, held in Bonn on 21-24 May.

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Experts discuss changing extremes in hydrology in the UK

Posted on 16th April 2013

The conference ‘Changing extremes in hydrology’ was held at Exeter College in Oxford on 15 April 2013, and examined the characteristics and impacts of the extreme hydrological conditions experienced in the UK during 2012.

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More severe and widespread UK droughts expected with climate change

Posted on 7th March 2013

UK droughts are projected to be more severe and affect larger areas of the country over the next 100 years, according to a new study by Muhammad Rahiz and Prof. Mark New published in the journal Water Resources Management.

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Collaboration with Chinese Government and WWF identifies best practice for drought management

Posted on 5th February 2013

Paul Sayers is working with the Chinese Government and WWF to identify world best practice for risk-based drought planning and management. He will present findings at the Asian Water Week 2013 to be held on 13-15 March in Manila, Phillipines.

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