Serious Gaming in Water

April 23, 2016
Dr. Todd Jarvis, Director of OSU's Institute for Water and Watersheds, provides an overview of the different types of "serious games" and applications that are available as tools for training students in water negotiations.
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Cultural Costs of Tropical Dams

April 8, 2016
OSU Graduate Dr. Jennifer Veilleux and Dr. Elizabeth Anderson of Florida International University published a letter in Science discussing the cultural impacts of dam construction in tropical regions.
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Global List of Water-Related Conflicts Grows

February 18, 2016
The latest edition of the Pacific Institute’s Water Conflict Chronology shows a rise in the number of water related clashes in the past three decades. Oregon State's Dr. Michael Campana is quoted discussing the exclusion of groundwater in the latest estimates for describing water scarcity.
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Islamic State Uses Syria's Biggest Dam as Refuge and Potential Weapon

January 20, 2016
Islamic State militants are using Syria's Taqba Dam to hide prisoners and shelter senior officials. As this dam, and others, are vital to the region, Dr. Aaron Wolf comments that "These aren't the people you want controlling basically the arteries of the region."

Research and Documentation of Global Rivers - Dr. Jennifer Veilleux: River Geographer | Artist

December 2015
Geography and Photography website features scientific papers, resources, stories, and portraits from dam development on the Blue Nile and Mekong rivers by OSU graduate Dr. Jennifer Veilleux. Content is focused on global freshwater security.
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Aaron Wolf Wins AAG Gilbert White Public Service Award

December 9, 2015
Dr. Aaron Wolf, geography professor at OSU, was honored with the 2016 American Association of Geographers (AAG) Gilbert White Public Service Award for his work on mediating transboundary water resources conflicts in the Middle East.
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Mediation At the Paris Climate Summit

November 25, 2015
Oregon Public Broadcast's Think Out Loud hosts OSU Professor Dr. Gregg Walker on his forthcoming trip to the Paris climate talks. Dr. Walker has attended 20 of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change Summits and is an expert in environmental conflict resolution.
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Stormy Waters

October 15, 2015
Terra's article on OSU Master's student Joe Kemper, who is part of the Program in Water Conflict Management and Transformation, discusses his research into solving a local dispute over flodding and ditches.
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Promoting Transboundary Water Cooperation: Challenges and Model Solutions

September 28, 2015
Dr. Aaron Wolf was joined by Dr. Mark Zeitoun and Dr. Marian Patrick to present a Webinar for U.S. Water Partnership as part of their Member Webinar Series. The Webinar presented an overview of transboundary water conflicts and potential solutions.
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Scientific Mediation

September 2015
Oregon State University's Dr. Todd Jarvis has co-written an article on Mediate.com. The article discusses scientific mediators attempting to tread the path between “Merchants of Doom” and “Merchants of Doubt” as “Merchants of Discourse” uses multiple working hypotheses and multiple ways of knowing as their moral compass.
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