An Interdisciplinary Approach to Water Management – Drs Marcellus Caldas & Melinda Daniels, Stroud Water Research Centre
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According to the WHO, half of the world’s population will be living in water-stressed areas by 2025. Therefore, managing our water resources is vital, especially in a changing climate. On that front, an interdisciplinary team from Kansas State University, led by Dr Marcellus Caldas and Dr Melinda Daniels from the Stroud Water Research Centre, seeks to understand how human-environment interactions and climate change affect water management and sustainability on the Central Great Plains of the United States.
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