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Winter Issue of The Bridge on Sustainable Water Resources


Articles
  • [Periodical Article]

    Critical Issues and Sustainability Challenges for a Large Metropolitan Water-Wastewater Facility

    Water-wastewater utilities face critical issues in every aspect of their operation. Water and wastewater (W-WW) utilities and the people who operate them are public servants dedicated to protecting public health and the environment by providing safe drinking water and managing wastewater in ... Read More

    Author: Mohammad Habibian

    Winter Issue of The Bridge on Sustainable Water Resources

    Release date: Winter 2011

    Volume: 41

    Number: 4

  • [Periodical Article]

    A Plea for a Coordinated National Water Policy

    The United States has no national policies or institutions in place to deal with the major water challenges that lie ahead. U.S. scientists chartered by Congress through the National Academies have affirmed that climate change is occurring, identified its potential impacts, and concluded that ... Read More

    Author: Gerald E. Galloway Jr.

    Winter Issue of The Bridge on Sustainable Water Resources

    Release date: Winter 2011

    Volume: 41

    Number: 4

  • [Periodical Article]

    Managing Sustainable Water Supplies

    The New York City and Metropolitan Boston Experience 1 New York City and metropolitan Boston have been pioneers in protecting their source waters through effective watershed management. In the mid-19th century, New York City (only Manhattan Island at the time) and Boston, Massachusetts, ... Read More

    Author: Rutherford H. Platt

    Winter Issue of The Bridge on Sustainable Water Resources

    Release date: Winter 2011

    Volume: 41

    Number: 4

  • [Periodical Article]

    Nutrient Control in Large-Scale U.S. Watersheds

    The Chesapeake Bay and Northern Gulf of Mexico Hypoxic conditions in the Chesapeake Bay and northern Gulf of Mexico are examples of the challenges posed by large-scale nonpoint discharges of nutrients. Nutrient contamination of surface waters, especially from nitrogen and phosphorus, has ... Read More

    Author: David A. Dzombak

    Winter Issue of The Bridge on Sustainable Water Resources

    Release date: Winter 2011

    Volume: 41

    Number: 4

  • [Periodical Article]

    The Sustainability of Water Resources in the Colorado River Basin

    Winter 2011 Bridge paper by Jeffrey Jacobs Read More

    Author: Jeffrey Jacobs

    Winter Issue of The Bridge on Sustainable Water Resources

    Release date: Winter 2011

    Volume: 41

    Number: 4

  • [Periodical Article]

    Ron Latanision Named New Editor-in-Chief of The Bridge

    Editor’s Note With the publication of this issue, NAE welcomes Dr. Ronald M. Latanision as the new editor-in-chief of The Bridge . Dr. Latanision replaces former editor-in-chief and NAE Foreign Secretary George Bugliarello, who passed away in February 2011. Dr. ... Read More

    Winter Issue of The Bridge on Sustainable Water Resources

    Release date: Winter 2011

    Volume: 41

    Number: 4

  • [Periodical Article]

    Protecting Our Most Precious Natural Resource

    Editor’s Note Global challenges related to water, a precious and limited resource, will become increasingly difficult over the coming decades. These challenges encompass: providing adequate amounts of clean water; controlling polluted runoff and groundwater; maintaining healthy ... Read More

    Author: Stephen D. Parker

    Winter Issue of The Bridge on Sustainable Water Resources

    Release date: Winter 2011

    Volume: 41

    Number: 4