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China's Water: Circle of Blue, Wilson Center Panel & Exhibit Jan. 20

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Join Circle of Blue, the China Environment Forum and Western Kentucky University for Hidden Waters, Dragons in the Deep, a special discussion and photography exhibit opening at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars on January 20 in Washington. Following the footsteps of centuries of scholarship within China, scientists around the world are studying China's complex karst landscape, working to empower local populations to gain access to water that flows in giant rivers unseen beneath the ground. Presented with support from USAID. RSVP here.

NASA Satellite Photos Capture a Decade of Land and Water Changes

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As part of its 10-year anniversary, NASA’s Earth Observatory has compiled a gallery of images showing annual changes in the Earth’s land, water and atmosphere in places such as Central Asia, Australia, Iraq and the Amazon.

Alternative Adventure: Eco-explorer David De Rothschild to Travel the Pacific in Plastic Ship

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After traversing Antarctica in 2004 and spending more than 100 days crossing the Arctic in 2006, in mid-November British adventurer and ecologist David de Rothschild will hoist sail across the Pacific Ocean on a boat made of plastic, or what he calls “the dumbest” product on the planet.

Visioning Flowing Waters, From Laos to Cambodia

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Mouth to Source brings remote locations along the Mekong River to life

War on Water: A Clash Over Oil, Power and Poverty in the Niger Delta

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Thousands Search for Fresh Water, Food in a Monumentally Contaminated War Zone

Ed Kashi: Oil and Conflict in the Niger Delta

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Circle of Blue reporter Aubrey Parker spoke with Ed Kashi. He is a photojournalist for National Geographic.

Spaceborne Perspectives: Earth's Water From Above

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Spaceborne perspectivesDistancing the View to the World's Fresh Water to Get to Know It Better

Photo Slideshow: The Thirsty West Bank

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In a Drying Land, a Constant Struggle for Water PHOTOGRAPHS…
Video: The Biggest Dry, Stories of Australia’s Waning Rivers & Worried Towns

Video: The Biggest Dry, Stories of Australia’s Waning Rivers & Worried Towns

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A love song, a hymn of mourning: where has Australia's beloved water gone?

The Biggest Dry: Photo Gallery

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From any eye and all angles, the Murray-Darling River Basin conjures…