How scientists at Austin’s Center for Space Research are measuring the loss of water around the world with a pair of aging satellites.
After being retired in 2009, the scientific San Francisco Bay Model that replicates the nearby estuary has water flowing through it once again.
How a 1950s-era, 1.5-acre mock-up of the hydrology of the Bay Area might still be able to complement real science in the age of computer modeling.
Charles Harvey traces the source of widespread arsenic poisoning in Bangladesh, setting the stage for programs that could benefit 20 million people.
The U.S. spends billions on levees, but river flooding still causes havoc across the country. Vermont has a better way.
A globe-trotting geologist uses satellites and other remote-sensing platforms to find water under some of the world's thirstiest places.
Aaron Wolf mediates disputes, helping enemies realize that no one deserves to have the water shut off.
To stave off water crises created by climate change, we need new systems that manage water, energy and ecosystems together. Here's why.
Humans are actually less likely to be harmed by traces of detergents and drugs in our drinking water than are other species.