By Joannah Otis for No Water No Life (NWNL) This is the 9th and final blog in the NWNL series on the Nile River in Egypt by NWNL Researcher Joannah Otis, a sophomore at Georgetown University. This essay addresses the human uses of the Nile River. [NWNL expeditions have covered the Upper Nile, but due … Continue reading The Great Giver: The Nile River
The short answer is an emphatic, "YES!" It is real. Even if El Niño arrives next year, as some climatologists have hinted, California currently uses too much water to allow replenishment of its reservoirs and ground water - now at historic low levels. It is predicted that precipitation levels will fluctuate wildly, as they have … Continue reading Is the California Drought here to stay?