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"For this they (deceitful scoffers) are wilfully ignorant of, that the heavens were before, and the earth out of water, and through water, consisting by the word of God." (2 Peter iii. 5; in Theiler, 1909 p.7) Strang (2014) suggests that water is a [...]
An extract "Outside a bar one evening, I asked a friend if he thought paddling Birmingham’s canal network was achievable. Over 100 miles of canal run through the city, with aqueducts, roundabouts and tunnels. Where most cities have one or two branches, [...]
This river is part of the Hydrocitizenship Project A fascinating example of an rural - urban river Another chance to catch the River Lea episode of the excellent BBC series on rivers tomorrow at 3:15pm (or on the I Player afterwards).. http://www.bbc. [...]
Richard S. Newman. Love Canal: A Toxic History from Colonial Times to the Present. New York: Oxford University Press, 2016. Reviewed by Angela Creager (Princeton University) Published on H-Environment (March, 2017) Commissioned by David T. Benac Opening [...]
Rather amazing photos following the course of the Yellow River, China, and its fluctuating forunes Traces II: The Source Traces II: The Middle