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Water & Environment News

The Isotope Hydrology newsletter — produced approximately twice a year — contains the latest information from the Isotope Hydrology Section as well as project insights, and in-depth stories. The hard copy is distributed to individuals and institutions in IAEA Member States free of charge upon request, subject to availability. All of the published issues of the newsletter are available in PDF format.

Issue Number Published Date File Size
Issue No. 33 September 2016, Full Text 3.2 Mb
Issue No. 32 July 2013, Full Text 3 Mb
Issue No. 31 September 2012, Full Text 2.2 Mb
Issue No. 30 April 2012, Full Text 3.3 Mb
Issue No. 29 September 2011, Full Text 4.3 Mb
Issue No. 28 February 2011, Full Text 6 Mb
Issue No. 27 August 2010, Full Text 3.4 Mb
Issue No. 26 February 2010, Full Text 4.7 Mb
Issue No. 25 September 2009, Full Text 1.9 Mb
Issue No. 24 December 2008, Full Text 3.9 Mb
Issue No. 23 December 2007, Full Text 3.5 Mb
Issue No. 22 May 2007, Full Text 1.16 Mb
Issue No. 21 September 2006, Full Text 1.5 Mb
Issue No. 20 March 2006, Full Text 1.6 Mb
Issue No. 19 September 2005, Full Text 1.3 Mb
Issue No. 18 August 2004, Full Text 1.4 Mb
Issue No. 17 March 2003, Full Text 3.9 Mb
Issue No. 16 October 2002, Full Text 1.7 Mb
Issue No. 15 March 2002, Full Text 1.6 Mb
Issue No. 14 May 2001, Full Text 1.4 Mb
Issue No. 13 January 2001, Full Text 0.4 Mb
Issue No. 12 October 2000, Full Text 0.7 Mb
Issue No. 11 July 2000, Full Text 0.7 Mb
Issue No. 10 July 2000, Full Text 0.7 Mb
Issue No. 09 December 1999, Full Text 1.4 Mb
Issue No. 08 December 1999, Full Text 1.4 Mb
Issue No. 07 April 1999, Full Text 0.7 Mb
Issue No. 06 January 1999, Full Text 1.6 Mb
Issue No. 05 October 1998, Full Text 1.2 Mb
Issue No. 04 July 1998, Full Text 2.4 Mb
Issue No. 03 April 1998, Full Text 2.0 Mb
Issue No. 02 January 1998, Full Text 2.1 Mb
Issue No. 01 September 1997, Full Text 1.4 Mb
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Videos

Title
03 Isotope Hydrology—The Fingerprints of Water, 2011, Watch
02 Isotope Hydrology—Science of Water, 2010, Watch
01 Isotope Hydrology—Search for Water, 2009, Watch
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Posters

Title
44 The IAEA Water Availability Enhancement Project, An IAEA /Peaceful Uses Initiative (PUI) Funded Project, 2012, Full Text
43 Philippines, IWAVE Project, An IAEA /Peaceful Uses Initiative (PUI) Funded Project, 2012, Full Text
42 Oman, IWAVE Project, An IAEA /Peaceful Uses Initiative (PUI) Funded Project, 2012, Full Text
41 Costa Rica, IWAVE Project, An IAEA /Peaceful Uses Initiative (PUI) Funded Project, 2012, Full Text
40 IAEA support for Laser Absorption Spectroscopy (LAS), 2012, Full Text
39 Laser Absorption Spectroscopy for δ18O and δ2H in natural waters, 2012, Full Text
38 Isotope-ratio mass spectrometer, 2012, Full Text
37 Finding Arsenic Safe Water in Bangladesh, Full Text
36 New Approaches to Understanding the Nubian Aquifer, Full Text
35 Water Fingerprints Where Do they Come From?, Full Text
34 Groundwater Resources of the World, Full Text
33 The IAEA Water Availability Enhancement Project, Full Text
32 Global Water Challenges and the Need For Resource Assessments, Full Text
31 Securing enough water for 2025, Full Text
30 UN Decade for Action, “Water for Life”, 2005–2015, Full Text
29 Groundwater management in Ethiopia,Full Text
28 Optimizing investments for arsenic mitigation,Full Text
27 Groundwater contamination in Santiago, Chile, Full Text
26 Transboundary aquifers in northern Africa, Full Text
25 Isotopes and the water cycle, Full Text
24 What can we learn from rain and moisture?, Full Text
23 Where does river water come from?, Full Text
22 Does groundwater contribute to lakes and wetlands?, Full Text
21 Are our groundwater resources renewable?, Full Text
20 Where does the groundwater go?, Full Text
19 Supporting the Management of Shared Aquifers in Africa,Full Text
18 UN Millennium Development Goals and the IAEA's Water Resources Programme, Full Text
17 Chuho Springs, Kisoro, Uganda, Full Text
16 Mitigation Strategies for Arsenic Contamination, Full Text
15 Contamination of the Urban Aquifers of Santiago, Chile, Full Text
14 Groundwater Management in Ethiopia, Full Text
13 Enhancing Water Resources by Managed Aquifer Recharge, Full Text
12 Current Activities in Member States, Full Text
11 Isotopes and the Water Cycle, Full Text
10 What can we learn from rain and moisture? Full Text
09 Where does river water come from? Full Text
08 Are our groundwater resources renewable? Full Text
07 Does groundwater contribute to lakes and wetlands? Full Text
06 Where does the groundwater go? Full Text
05 Partnerships with the UN and Other Agencies, Full Text
04 UN Decade for Action “Water for Life” 2005–2015, Full Text
03 Securing enough water for 2025, Full Text
02 Water Resources Programme – At a Glance, Full Text
01 Water “fingerprints” – Where do they come from? Full Text
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Brochures & Factsheets

Title
18 Transboundary Aquifers and River Basins—Guarani Aquifer System, 2011, Full Text
17 Transboundary Aquifers and River Basins—The Nile River Basin Project, 2011, Full Text
16 Transboundary Aquifers and River Basins—Nubian Sandstone Aquifer System, 2011, Full Text
15 Transboundary Aquifers and River Basins—Water Resources Programme, 2011, Full Text
14 Isotope Hydrology Factsheet , 2011, Full Text
13 IAEA Water Availability Enhancement Project (IWAVE), Brochure, 2011, Full Text
12 IAEA Water Availability Enhancement Project (IWAVE), Leaflet, 2011, Full Text
11 Water Resources Brochure, 2011, Full Text
10 Nuclear Sciences and Applications Factsheet on Water Resources, 2011, Full Text
09 H2O Know–How, IAEA Bulletin, Vol. 47/1, 2005, Full Text
08 Optimizing investments for arsenic mitigation in Bangladesh using isotopes, Full Text
07 Global Network of Isotopes in Precipitation, Full Text
06 Global Network of Isotopes in Precipitation, IAEA, 1996, Full Text
05 Empleo De los Isotopos En la Gestion De los Recursos Hidricos Y Del Medio Ambiente, OIEA, 1995, Full Text
04 Isotopes in Water and Environmental Management, IAEA, 1995 Full Text
03 Water Resources Programme Brochure, Full Text
02 Addressing Groundwater Sustainability Needs, Full Text
01 With a Push From the U.N., Water Reveals Its Secrets — The New York Times, Full Text
SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATION

Atlas

Title
04 Atlas of Isotope Hydrology—Morocco, Full Text
03 Atlas of Isotope Hydrology—The Americas, Full Text
02 Atlas of Isotope Hydrology—Asia and the Pacific, Full Text
01 Atlas of Isotope Hydrology—Africa, Full Text
Responsible/Contact: Isotope Hydrology Section | Last update: 23 September 2016

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