University of Minnesota Student Tracks Increased Sedimentation in Minnesota River
University of Minnesota Master's student Brian Bohman is applying recent research findings to help the Lower Minnesota River Watershed District identify the sources of and solutions to their problem of excess in-channel sedimentation.
Arkansas Watersheds and Research Conference
The Arkansas Water Resources Center will host its annual Watersheds and Research Conference July 25-26, 2017 in Fayetteville, AR.
Improving Soil Moisture Monitoring by the Oklahoma Mesonet
With a seed grant from the USGS 104 (b) grant program, Dr. Tyson Ochsner's research team has been working to increase the functionality of the Oklahoma Mesonet with soil moisture monitoring.
2017 Mid-Atlantic Water Resources Conference
The 2017 Mid-Atlantic Water Resources Conference will be held October 13-14, 2017 at the National Conservation Training Center in Shepherdstown, WV. The Conference Planning Committee is currently accepting abstracts for oral and poster presentation.
Hawaii WRRC Researcher Receives USDA Grant
The Hawaii Water Resources Research Center has announced that the Hawaii WRRC's Dr. Sayed Bateni has received a major award from the US Department of Agriculture's Conservation Innovation Grants program. The $980,000 grant over three years proposes to demonstrate optimal irrigation management strategies.
Watersheds Across Texas Benefit From Bacterial Source Tracking Research Team’s Work
The Texas Bacterial Source Tracking Program has improved the identification process for bacterial pollution sources in watersheds across Texas to help restore water quality and protect human health.
Researchers Study Harmful Chemicals in Drinking Water Systems
We all need clean drinking water to survive, but many of us also probably take it for granted. However, drinking water treatment plants are constantly trying to stay ahead of the latest contaminant threat and some researchers are looking more and more at the distribution pipes as a source of new problems.
Where Are They Now?
Communications students with the University of Massachusetts Amherst recently interviewed three past recipients of funding from the Massachusetts Water Resources Research Center to find out what they are doing now.