A fairly brief Snippets this time!
From Sanitation Updates:
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Posted: 03 Aug 2016 06:43 AM PDT
Posted: 01 Aug 2016
From email alerts:
WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT -DORDRECHT-
VOL 30; NUMB 10 (2016)
- pp.3409-3426 Recommendations for Capacity Development in Water Resources Engineering and Environmental Management in Latin America Bormann, H.; Steinbrecher, J. r.; Althoff, I.; Roth, H.; Baez, J.; Frank, C.; Gonzalez, M.; Huenchul
- pp.3459-3473 Impact of El Niño and Climate Change on Rainwater Harvesting in a Caribbean State Aladenola, O.; Cashman, A.; Brown, D.
- BMC Public Health Vol. 16; (2016) Determinants of stunting in Indonesian children:evidence from a cross-sectional survey indicate a prominent role for the water, sanitation and hygiene sector in stunting reduction HickmanHickmanTorlesse, MatthewMatthewHarriet; Cronin, Aidan Anthony; Sebayang, Susy Katikana; Nandy
- PLoS ONE Vol. 11; No. 7 (2016) High-Resolution Spatial Distribution and Estimation of Access to Improved Sanitation in Kenya Jia, Peng; Anderson, John D.; Leitner, Michael; Rheingans, Richard
- INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY VOL 45; NUMB 2 (2016) pp.460-469 I get height with a little help from my friends:herd protection from sanitation on child growth in rural Ecuador Fuller, J. A.; Villamor, E.; Cevallos, W.; Trostle, J.; Eisenberg, J. N.
- GEOJOURNAL VOL 81; NUMB 4 (2016) pp.555-570 The influences of land use and sanitation infrastructure on flooding in Kumasi, Ghana Owusu-Ansah, J. K.
- Biomass and bioenergy VOL 91; (2016) pp.288-295 Methane production for sanitation improvement in Haiti Lansing, Stephanie; Bowen, Holly; Gregoire, Kyla; Klavon, Katherine; Moss, Andrew; Eaton, Alexander;
- Earth VOL 61; NUMBER 7 (2016) pp.54-54 “P” IS FOR PHOSPHATE:Could Urine Solve a Fertilizer Shortage? Phosphorus is essential to plant growth, but there’s a looming shortage. Some scientists think, with some tweaks to our sanitation system, human urine could be mined for the necessary phosphorus Jansen, Tiffany R.
From The Water Network Newsletter 02 Aug 2016:
|Graphene Oxide and Sunlight for Water Purification|
|Scientists at Washington University have found a way to purify drinking water using graphene oxide and sunlight. The approach combines bacteria-produced cellulose and graphene oxide – to form a bi-layered biofoam for water purification.|