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dotSubmarine sediment helps Chinese researchers delve into secrets of Antarctic Ocean[2024-02-22]
dotScientists now know how the Brumadinho dam disaster happened, and the lessons to learn[2024-02-22]
dotPapers Published in the International Journal of Sediment Research Volume 39, No. 1, 2024[2024-02-18]
dotAntarctic scientists gather crucial information to learn vital climate secrets[2024-02-01]
dotNew Zealand Seas Dying from Land Sediment Runoff, Urgent Action Needed[2024-01-30]
dotConfirmation of ancient lake on Mars builds excitement for Perseverance rover''s samples[2024-01-29]
dotExtended abstract submission deadline for the 8th International Conference on Estuaries and Coasts[2024-01-25]
dotWater security crucial for a beautiful and green China[2024-01-23]
dotJinglinxi, China: Ditches and ponds could be used in upland catchments to balance drainage and inter...[2024-01-22]
dotNo turning back: The largest dam removal in U.S. history begins[2024-01-16]
dotSediment temperature characteristics and their relation to distribution patterns of two sentinel cra...[2024-01-10]
dotResearchers, tribes, residents prepare for a century of sediment released from the Klamath dams[2024-01-03]
dotVice President of WASER, Prof. Weiming Wu Visited IRTCES and Presented a Seminar[2023-12-28]
dotNew publication reveals cancer-causing metals in waterway, fish[2023-12-25]
dot2024NewYear-President Message[2023-12-22]
dotThe Great Sediment Shortfall: Why Rivers Can’t Rescue Coastal Wetlands[2023-12-20]
dotProtection project brings old town back to life (Three Gorges Reservoir, China)[2023-12-19]
dotTapping into science to support soil erosion solutions in Africa[2023-12-19]
dotChina''s mega project diverts over 67 billion cubic meters of water to dry north[2023-12-19]
dotRiver Sediment Study Published in Science[2023-12-08]
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