Submitted by James Dalton on Fri,02/22/2019

Blog by James Dalton. One of the increasingly common messages proposed for the management of water resources is ‘systems thinking’. The hydrological cycle is after all, a ‘system’ – a set of constituent parts and processes that work independently but also together, allowing water to flow, drain, infiltrate, evaporate, condense and precipitate. This water system is also a key part of the overall climate regulation process – a process we are distorting through fossil fuel burning.Read more