Week of Nov. 9–13, 2020
Studies and reports that appeared in BC Water News
New biomimetic membrane enhances desalination
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Cheaper 3D-printed weather stations could enable more science
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Water may be naturally occurring on all rocky planets
Early Oxidation of the Martian Crust Triggered by Impacts

Researchers say governments can curb over-fertilization
Countries Influence the Trade-Off Between Crop Yields and Nitrogen Pollution

Climate change causes landfalling hurricanes to stay stronger for longer
Slower Decay of Landfalling Hurricanes in a Warming World

Extreme rainfall projected to get more severe
Increased Flood Exposure Due to Climate Change and Population Growth in the United States

Researchers say sea-level rise will have complex consequences
Nonlinear Landscape and Cultural Response to Sea-Level Rise

Methods developed by biorobotics engineers help make hydropower plants more fish-friendly
Multi-Species Assessment of Injury, Mortality, and Physical Conditions during Downstream Passage through a Large Archimedes Hydrodynamic Screw (Albert Canal, Belgium)

Study projects more rainfall in Florida during flooding season
Identifying the Externally Forced Atlantic Multidecadal Variability Signal Through Florida Rainfall

Boron nitride is key ingredient in hypersaline desalination technology
Multifunctional Nanocoated Membranes for High-Rate Electrothermal Desalination of Hypersaline Waters

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