New Conversations About Water Resource Demands Kids Talk Radio science students are reading the book “Ecological Engineering Design,” by Marty Matlock and Robert Morgan. We are in agreement that water is the first need for human survival. An estimated 30 percent of people currently live in areas of chronic water stress (Vorosmarty et al. 2000, […]
Kids Talk Radio Science will be using the new book by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar to train new backpack journalists and backpack scientists. Kareems new book talks about the lost history of African-American inventors. We will keep you posted. Our own Stone Houston is scheduled to interview Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for Kids Talk Radio. We will be joining […]
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State of the Science FACT SHEET: USA & Cabo Verde Tenth Island Project Comparative Research U.S. Drought Droughts are among the most damaging of all natural hazards, with annual economic losses for the U.S. often in the billions of dollars. Droughts differ from most other hazards because of their gradual onset and accumulation of impacts […]
1.1 Geomorphology in arid environments (David S.G. Thomas)
Arid environments may not be the most hospitable places on Earth. We are going to be working with the island of Santa Luzia, Cape Verde. We will experience many hardships in the early stages of the project. Your job is to create the worlds most perfect island on paper, computer and in our virtual software. […]
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