Meet the Sixaola River Basin. The Sixaola River between Panama and Costa Rica is considered by the people as a “living space” where hundreds of people travel from one side to the other, to live, trade and communicate with one another every day. Thus, it is an area that requires comprehensive and joint efforts, supporting […]Read more "SIXAOLA: Sharing Waters in Central America"
Community values and beliefs may play a key role in international transboundary water resource management.Read more "Navigating Cultural Currents: Sharing Water in Central America"
Mother and daughters’ team blossom organic farming business out of a matriarchal town along Oregon Wild Rivers Coast.Read more "Queen bees: holding the reigns to sustainable agriculture"
An Oral History Narrative on the Columbia River BasinRead more "Story of People and Place: Mouth of the Columbia"
Researchers look at sustainable compounds used in electronics.Read more "Water: a path to greener chemistry"
Researchers develop understanding for how salmon navigate waters using magnetic fields 50 times weaker than a refrigerator magnetRead more "GPS: Salmon have an app for that"
Researchers seek answers to support health of oysters when confronting acidificationRead more "Oysters on Acid"