More musings---see previous blog post. This time I was reading a recent issue of Eos (August 2021), published by the American Geophysical Union (AGU). One article (Climate Clues from One of the Rainiest Places on Earth, page 11, by A. J. Wight) contained a wonderful quote. "In the atmosphere, we are all connected," and the [low-level jet stream] "is part of the engine that redistributes the heat from the tropics to higher latitudes." So stated John Mejia, associate professor of climatology at Nevada's Desert Research Institute. The water-from-air industry's main resource is the water vapour in the atmosphere. Water vapour is transported great distances between regions on Earth by the global atmospheric circulation processes. We are all connected in seeking to utilize this water resource residing in our "atmospheric commons". Atmospheric water vapour is, of course, just one part of the water cycle, one of the many essential planetary cycles of natural materials.
I have been researching and developing drinking-water-from-air technologies since 1984. As a physical geographer, I strive to contribute an accurate, scientific point-of-view to the field.