This content aligns with SDG Goal 6 and SDG Goal 14 by evaluating river pollution using AI to estimate dispersion coefficient.
This content aligns with SDG Goal 6 and SDG Goal 14 by providing a detailed review on the role of GIS and remote sensing for monitoring the quality of water and management and water body remediation.
This content supports the SDG Goal 3: Good health and well-being and Goal 6: Clean water and sanitation by emphasizing the presence of pathogens, particularly virus, in the waste and leachate materials of some landfills, and also on the waste management, awareness, precaution, needed to be considered to overcome the diseases caused by viral particles.
This Article supports SDG 6, focusing on the variation in water insecurity between different sociodemographic groups in low-income and middle-income countries. The authors suggest that indiviudal-level measurements are needed to guide policy interventions that will serve those most in need.
This Comment article supports SDGs 3, 6, and 13 by highlighting that Africa has suffered disproportionately from the climate crisis; extreme weather such as severe flooding has damaged the water and food supply, increased food insecurity and malnutrition, and led to loss of cultivated land, shelter, and livestock.

Shunlin Liang and Jindi Wang; Advanced Remote Sensing (Second Edition), 2020, Pages 765-787

This chapter contributes to SDG 6 and 9 by providing satellite techniques to monitor water storage in the Earth's cycle.

Visualization Techniques for Climate Change with Machine Learnng and Artificial Intelligence, Sukanya S, Sabu Joseph, 2023, Pages 55-76

This chapter contributes to SDG 6 by describing the potential impacts of climate change on water resources.

Gouri Sankar Bhunia, Pravat Kumar Shit, Soumen Brahma; Case Studies in Geospatial Applications to Groundwater Resources, 2023, Pages 371-385

This chapter contributes to SDG 6 by using satellite-based information to monitor and forecast for sustainable water resource management.
In China, efforts to use water more efficiently has led the increasing trend of crop irrigation water use to decelerate, a win for water sustainability. However, this study finds that since 2011, crop irrigation is increasingly using water resources considered "scarce" which is not sustainable.