Mafi-Gholami, Jaafari, Drought mapping, modeling, and remote sensing, Editor(s): Salim Lamine, Prashant K. Srivastava, Ahmed Kayad, Francisco Muñoz-Arriola, Prem Chandra Pandey; Remote Sensing of Soil and Land Surface Processes: Monitoring, Mapping, and Modeling, Elsevier, 2023, ISBN 9780323910682, https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-443-15341-9.00005-8

This chapter aligns with SDG 6 by showing applications of mapping various data sources such as rainfall, temperature, soil moisture, and vegetation cover, based on several drought indices. The utilization of these maps can aid in the identification of drought-affected regions and, subsequently, prioritize the allocation of water resources accordingly.
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This paper provides the most recent and accurate quantitative and qualitative assessment of available water resources and demands in the GCC countries.

Daniel A. Vallero, Trevor M. Letcher,
Chapter 7 - Leaks,
Editor(s): Daniel A. Vallero, Trevor M. Letcher,
Unraveling Environmental Disasters (Second Edition),
Pages 171-205

This chapter aligns with SDGs 3 and 6 by distinguishing hydrogeological plumes from atmospheric plumes in this chapter by referring to them as leaks, considering environmental or potential disasters from the perspective of groundwater contamination.

UN's Summit of the Future 2024: Paving the Path for SDG Resources

The research highlights the health rights of indigenous adolescent girls in Bangladesh by examining the challenges they face in maintaining proper menstrual hygiene due to seasonal water scarcity, underscoring the need for targeted interventions to support their right to healthful living conditions. [indigenous population]

Hygiene and Environmental Health Advances, Volume 7, September 2023

This interview-based study investigated the perceptions of safety and acceptability of the water supply in rural Greenlandic households.
The authors analyse global patterns of green water fluxes (key for sustaining crops) and blue water fluxes (water that sustains aquatic ecosystems). They show that green fluxes are beginning to dominate, elevating blue water vulnerability.
The authors explore the impacts of the virtual water trade (i.e. water used in the production of agricultural products). The authors find that increasing trade of agricultural products could lead to significant water savings.
The authors introduce a new method for wastewater management. OCTOPUS merges individual treatment plants into one, leading to significant cost savings.