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- Climatic Changes (NOT Climate Change!)
- Climate Change Mitigation
- Global Warming
- Water Reuse
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Selected resources that you may find useful. This is NOT a comprehensive list.
Following the news....and finding Statistics
Tracks legislation and general news from Washington and elsewhere.
FAO's database of worldwide water statistics.
Fast and easy to read charts and current, brief summary reports. Good examples: Global Water Demand 1980-2030 or a March 2016, 60 page report on Climate Change.
You can filter on the theme Water and Climate Change.
Engineering and Media Lab Librarian
Manage Your References
Any of the these tools listed below can help you organize and cite your references. The Overview at the top of the list explains the strengths and weaknesses for each.
Two Cool Journals
Review articles on water from 2014 to date. Try searching climate.
WIRES Climate Change
Review articles since 2010. Try searching water, or explore their Overview articles.