Fractionation of chemical species in surface water from El Granero reservoir, Chihuahua, Mexico

Z. K. Ortíz‐Caballero, Rentería‐Villalobos, M. E. Montero‐Cabrera, G. Manjón‐Collado, E. Santellano‐Estrada, A. Rentería‐Monterrubio

Chemical species are highly dependent on the physical and chemical parameters of aquatic ecosystems. The aim of this work was to determine and characterise the fractionation of several chemical species (in colloidal and dissolved phase) in water from El Granero dam.

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Transboundary Aquifers at the 2019 UN General Assembly 6thCommittee:

The integrated and inter-disciplinary research conducted by the Strathclyde Centre for Environmental Law and Governance (SCELG)seeks to address real-world knowledge gaps in partnership with government institutions, NGOs, private institutions and local communities. Our researchers hold considerable expertise in the fields of comparative, EU and international environmental law, with regard to, among others, biodiversity, land, food and agriculture, climate change and energy, water and oceans, as well as corporate accountability, environmental justice, human rights and sustainable development.

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Water diplomacy and nexus governance in a transboundary context: In the search for complementarities

Gloria Salmoral, Nynke C.E.Schaap, Julia Walschebauer, Areen Alhajaj

Growing evidence within nexus research has highlighted the importance for sustainable governance of considering the interdependencies between water, energy, food and the environment, whereas water diplomacy has provided the necessary tools to address water conflicts of a transboundary nature. This paper therefore identifies and evaluates unrealised complementarities between nexus governance and water diplomacy, and discusses the benefits of integrating both for improved transboundary basin management.

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