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SpringerOpen celebrates World Water Day 2018!

World Water Day, held on 22 March every year is a day New Content Itemdesignated by the United Nations (UN) which reinforces the importance of water. 

Our open access journal, Smart Water is joining the campaign, together with a few of our highly influential research content. 




From Smart Water

Featured Water research

New Content ItemRevealing water’s secrets: deuterium depleted water

​​​​​​​This study presents fundamental properties of deuterium depleted (light) water at 4°C and 20°C .
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New Content ItemWater in Las Vegas: coping with scarcity, financial and cultural constraints

This paper analyses and compares the main water policy elements in several Western cities, with a special focus on Las Vegas.
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New Content ItemCommunity Perception and Adaptation to Safe Drinking Water Scarcity: Salinity, Arsenic, and Drought Risks in Coastal Bangladesh

This article explores community perception of vulnerabilities in daily life, livelihood, and environment, and investigates how communities and institutions cope with or adapt to drinking water scarcity. 
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New Content ItemHuman health risk assessment of cyanide levels in water and tuber crops from Kenyasi, a mining community in the Brong Ahafo Region of Ghana

This study evaluates the levels of free and total cyanide in fish, water, cassava and cocoyam in Kenyasi, a mining community in the Brong-Ahafo region of Ghana.
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New Content ItemFlood modelling for cities using Cloud computing 

This study investigates urban flood risk modelling, a highly topical example of intensive computational processing. Read more about this study

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