New Mexico WRRI Staff Participate in Mexican Agricultural and Water Expo
The New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute and New Mexico State University’s Water Science & Management graduate program were invited to attend the Agricultural & Water Exposition in Chihuahua City, Mexico along with a delegation from NMSU's College of Agriculture, Consumer and Environmental Science.
An 8,000-Year Old Paleoperspective on Hydroclimate Variability in the Southern Sierra Nevada
A Nevada researcher is evaluating the sensitivity of the Methusela Walk bristlecone pine from the White Mountains to different components of the hydrologic system. Methusela and another bristlecone pine nearby are the oldest known non-clonal organisms on Earth.
WVWRI Director Recognized for Work in Land Reclamation
The American Society of Mining and Reclamation awarded its 2017 Pioneers in Reclamation Award to Dr. Paul Ziemkiewicz for his significant impact to and advancement of the art and science of land reclamation over his career.
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Minnesota Water Researcher Receives Lifetime Achievement Award
The Universities Council on Water Resources has awarded Deborah Swackhamer, former Minnesota Water Resources Center co-director, the Warren A. Hall Medal in honor of her lifetime achievements in water resources research and education.
2016 Long-Term Water Supply and Demand Forecast for Washington State
The State of Washington Water Research Center played a role in drafting the most recent long-term water supply and demand forecast for the State of Washington. The forecast provides a system-wide assessment of how future economic and environmental conditions will impact water supply and demand by the 2030s.