Tag Archives: water

Is it easy to understand a hydrologist?

This text, about the language we use to talk about water, was born in my [...]

Winter burbot spawning

The burbot Lota lota is a true mallard among fish, as it is the only [...]

Unusual inhabitants of the ocean depths

The abyss of the oceans is a fascinating place, but extreme in terms of living [...]

Water issues, or issues for all of us

I place in your hands the twenty-sixth anniversary edition of "Water Matters". It's hard to [...]

Water, hydrogen and coal, or the 3W Report – future prospects

During the 3W Congress, which took place on November 27-28 this year. in Warsaw, presented [...]

The world’s most impressive aqueducts

The world's most impressive aqueducts are monumental engineering structures that shaped the fate of civilizations, [...]

Earthworks in the vicinity of water bodies – legal basis

Properties located in the vicinity of water reservoirs are highly developed for both recreational and [...]

Soil water retention – is it needed for agriculture?

Soil is a key, non-renewable and irreplaceable resource. Its good condition is essential for the [...]

November 13-19 – Global Education Week

Every year, Global Education Week (TEG) is celebrated around the world in the third week [...]

Aquatic publication review

We begin our current review of the water literature with a series of papers on [...]