The loss of Antarctica’s ice has been accelerating ominously since 2012, and could lead to big rises in sea level if the rate of loss keeps increasing
Trees repeatedly move their branches up and down during the night, and this may reflect water being pumped along the branches – just like a human pulse
Starting as early as December, the city of Modesto, CA will sell its highly treated wastewater to struggling nearby farmers. The post Veggies Grown With Toilet Water Could Be Headed to Your Table appeared first on WIRED.
As climate change continues tightening the state's water supply, farmers will have to become more calculating. The post Silicon Valley’s Mission to Save California Ag From Dying of Thirst appeared first on WIRED.
Bangalore was once the icon of a globalized, high tech, utopian future. Now it's the thirsty sign of a global catastrophe The post India’s Silicon Valley Is Dying of Thirst. Your City May Be Next appeared first on WIRED.
According to new research, the state had a 1 percent chance getting enough rain in just two years to end its epic drought. The post California Overcame 1/100 Odds to Beat Its Epic Drought appeared first on WIRED.
A day in the field as researchers wring water data from Colorado's snowpack. The post It Takes More Than a Shovel to Decode Colorado's Snowpack (Like Lasers) appeared first on WIRED.
Federal protection for water is way bigger—and way more technical—than the Clean Water Rule. The post Lasers and Galoshes: How the Feds Divine if Rivers Need Help appeared first on WIRED.
Keeping California properly hydrated requires some of the most complicated plumbing in the world. The post Why Is Oroville a Big Deal? Look at All the Places That Need Its Water appeared first on WIRED.
More than a month of storms have pushed California's water infrastructure to its limits. And another series of storms is set to hit tomorrow. The post A Wet Winter Is Overwhelming California’s Ancient Infrastructure appeared first on WIRED.