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Press Release 12-213
Water Resources Management and Policy in a Changing World: Where Do We Go From Here?

Scientists at American Geophysical Union conference present new findings on a resource becoming more precious than gold

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Photo of a drop reaching water.

How long will water be available to nourish life on Earth? Scientists report new findings at the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Dec. 3-7, 2012.

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Photo of rice paddies and the water that nurtures them in China.

Rice paddies and the water that nurtures them in ChangQing in China's Qinling mountains.

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A woman works in rice paddies in ChangQing in the Qinling mountains of China.

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Photo of dessert, mountains, houses and a small body of water.

Fifty years after Rachel Carson's "Silent Spring," is a new silent spring on the horizon?

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Photo of a US woman soldier giving water to drink to a girl.

Across the U.S. and around the world, we are water-stressed.

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Will Earth someday be a dusty place where stream beds turn to sand?

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