These are links to the peer reviewed publications related to USA/Mexico water
AGU – 2021
Can upstream adaptation decisions in a catchment increase the impact of droughts on downstream regions?
Elsevier – 2021
EGU – 2021
Wouter J. Smolenaars, Sanita Dhaubanjar, Muhammad K. Jamil, Arthur Lutz, Walter Immerzeel, Fulco Ludwig, and Hester Biemans
Are you interested in the assessment of climate change and human activities on transboundary basins? Take a look at this study on Indus basins!
Lan, N. (2021) Evaluation of Transboundary Water Resource Development in Mekong River Basin: The Application of Analytic Hierarchy Process in the Context of Water Cooperation. Journal of Water Resource and Protection, 13, 498-537. doi: 10.4236/jwarp.2021.137029.
Mekong River is one of the major international freshwater sources in the world. The Lower Mekong Basin (LMB) comprised of four downstream countries, including Thailand, Lao PDR, Cambodia, and Vietnam.
USGS – 2021
David Dean, Katherine Jacques, Kimber Petersen, Jojo Mangano
The Big Bend region is located within the heart of the Chihuahan Desert of North America. Within this region, the Rio Grande, referred to as the Rio Bravo in Mexico, is the international border between the United States and Mexico. The area known as the Big Bend is named after the large northerly bend that the river makes before flowing southeast to the Gulfof Mexico. This region is environmentally protected by both countries.
Jeroen Verhagen, Pieter van der Zaag and Edo Abraham – 2021
Integrating the planning of a multi-reservoir system in nexus with agricultural and electricity infrastructure could alleviate security concerns for these resources in regions where demand is growing while water and land scarcity are exacerbated by climate change and anthropogenic pressures. …
Robert M. Hughes andRobert L. Vadas, Jr. – 2021
Don’t miss this interesting study about the agricultural effects on streams and rivers in the USA.
Lei Xie, Imad Antoine Ibrahim 2021
In the context of international environmental law and International Water Law (IWL), the Ecosystem Approach (EA) has become a source of heated debate. In recent years, there has been growing recognition of the negative impacts that human activities have on freshwater ecosystems. Accordingly, the protection of such ecosystems has been identified as integral to ensuring the good governance of water resources. This article reviews key areas of research around the conceptualization and application of EA.
Mariana Rivera-Torres & Andrea K. Gerlak (2021) Evolving together: transboundary water governance in the Colorado River Basin, International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10784-021-09538-3
Mariana Rivera-Torres, Andrea K. Gerlak & Katharine L. Jacobs (2021) Lesson learning in the Colorado River Basin, Water International, DOI: 10.1080/02508060.2021.1913782
Hector A. Zamora ,Christopher J. Eastoe ,OrcID,Jennifer C. McIntosh and Karl W. Flessa – 2021
Don’t miss this interesting research about the groundwater Origin and Dynamics on the Eastern Flank of the Colorado River Delta. Spoiler, some regions exhibited significantly lower rate than what is being withdrawn…
Eylon Shamir,Elia M. Tapia-Villaseñor,Mary-Belle Cruz-Ayala andSharon B. Megdal
Learn about how climate change is affecting the hydrological patterns of the transboundary Santa Cruz River Basin. Follow the full text in the link below
Jose M. Gonzalez1, Evgenii S. Matrosov1, Emmanuel Obuobie2, Marloes Mul3, Laetitia Pettinotti4, Solomon H. Gebrechorkos5, Justin Sheffield5, Andrea Bottacin-Busolin1, James Dalton6, D. Mark Smith7 and Julien J. Harou1,8 – 2021
Nishikant Gupta, Santosh Dahal, Anil Kumar, Chandan Kumar, Mukul Kumar, Anil Maharjan, Dinesh Mishra, Abinash Mohanty, Allwyn Navaraj, Sanjay Pandey, Anjal Prakash, Eklavya Prasad, Kanchan Shrestha, Mandira Singh Shrestha, Rajan Subedi, Toya Subedi, Rakesh Tiwary, Ramesh Tuladhar, Aparna Unni,
There has been an increase in the frequency and intensity of floods in the region straddling Nepal and northern Bihar. Stricken by acute poverty despite being rich in water resources, frequent floods, and shared vulnerabilities across borders, is a grave concern for the communities in the region. This hazard adversely impacts the lives and livelihoods of millions of people especially the poor and marginalised who draw their livelihood from the immediate environment…