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EGU: World’s “water towers” under threat

I’m in sunny Vienna this week for the European Geosciences Union general assembly, a yearly gathering where several thousand scientists abandon their field and lab studies for an entire week to get together and talk earth, planets and space. With over 8,000 participants, this year’s meeting, held at the Austria Vienna Centre on the banks of the Danube, will be the society’s largest yet. Climate change and energy occupy sizeable slots on this year’s programme; hence my schlep across to Austria to meet with some of the authors behind the 12,000 abstracts. Following from a spate of recent coverage in 


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