Scientists and collaborators from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) doubt that a high number of plastics has been transported in flowing waters compared to what was thought earlier and are currently developing new modeling approaches.
At the beginning of 2022, an IPCC report discovered that most of all adaptation actions (alters that humans will require to make in reaction to climate change) are water-related.
A new study performed has shown that chemical analysis of sediment cores from the North Pacific Ocean displays a persistent pairing of volcanic ash and hypoxia.
Carbon emissions from lakes, rivers, and reservoirs include a huge proportion of the carbon cycle worldwide. New studies on carbon release from inland waters in China have concentrated on single rivers or lakes, and the fundamental factors driving carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions remain vague.
A study performed by three UK researchers has warned the world of microplastics in the ocean, for which they have been awarded the Volvo Environment Prize 2022.
A study performed at the University of California, Davis, has displayed that the cloud cover and air temperature have been firmly impacted by the buoyancy effect of water vapor. This was an effect that has been ignored at present in a few chief global climate models.
Plant engineers responsible for municipal or industrial wastewater treatment operations will find the versatile LQ800 Multi-Channel Controller from Electro-Chemical Devices offers them a complete process measurement analytical platform suitable for treatment of municipal wastewater or industrial effluent to ensure water quality.
Have you ever thought about where your waste goes? For people living in cities, it goes to a treatment plant. However, treated wastewater ultimately finds its way into a local waterway. This means it could end up in your nearby stream, river, or lake.
Argonne scientists assess energy, nutrients and water resources from U.S. wastewater facilities.
Asahi Kasei, a diversified Japanese multinational company, and subsidiary Crystal IS have concluded in a bacterial performance test, an experimental Klaran™ WR water treatment reactor demonstrated over 75% higher performance than a traditional low pressure mercury lamp system using an equivalent power consumption level.