Brasil Oyapock River (Tom Peyre Costa 2010)
Bubbles (Tom Peyre Costa 2008)
Spain Cabdella (Tom Peyre Costa 2010)
Spain Drought (Tom Peyre Costa2010)
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Elected Members IWRA Executive Board 2016-2018
A new Executive Board of IWRA for 2016-2018 has been elected and will assume office on 1 January 2016 for a three year period to terminate on 31 December 2018.
The officers elected are from 15 different countries, representing five continents and different disciplines.
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ESIOS - Energy Security & Innovation Observing System for the Subsurface Project
The Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) invites the UK science community to submit high-level ideas for the science capability and capacity requirements of the Energy Security & Innovation Observing System for the Subsurface (ESIOS) project.
ESIOS will establish world-leading knowledge that will be applicable to a wide range of energy technologies, both within the UK and internationally. ESIOS will provide national science facilities for:
1. Monitoring and observing – answering questions on how subsurface energy technologies interact with the environment.
2. Independent scientific evidence – answering questions on new and established energy supply and storage technology, increasing efficiency and environmental sustainability.
Full information on the call is available at: http://www.nerc.ac.uk/funding/available/capital/esios/
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IWRA Newsletter 2015 - Issue 3