News

  • WVU Study of Rare Earth Elements Moves to Second Phase

    WVU Study of Rare Earth Elements Moves to Second Phase

    The U.S. Department of Energy’s National Energy Technology Laboratory has selected West Virginia University to move forward with its program to extract valuable rare earth elements, vital to the technology industry, from coal mining by-products.

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  • Guam Water Institute and USGS Work to Improve Drinking Water Resouces

    Guam Water Institute and USGS Work to Improve Drinking Water Resouces

    The Water and Environmental Research Institute of the Western Pacific and the USGS Pacific Islands Water Science Center are collaborating to expand groundwater monitoring, data management, and modeling needed for effective management of Guam’s drinking-water resources.

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  • Minnesota Water Researcher receives national lifetime achievement award

    Minnesota Water Researcher receives national 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.
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Events

Research

  • Researchers Find that Added Salts Affect Stream Organisms

    Researchers Find that Added Salts Affect Stream Organisms

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  • An 8,000-Year Old Paleoperspective on Hydroclimate Variability in the Southern Sierra Nevada

    An 8,000-Year Old Paleoperspective on Hydroclimate Variability in the Southern Sierra Nevada

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  • 2016 Long-Term Water Supply and Demand Forecast for Washington State

    2016 Long-Term Water Supply and Demand Forecast for Washington State

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  • Oregon Project Video Showcases Solutions to Stormwater Issues

    Oregon Project Video Showcases Solutions to Stormwater Issues

  • Improving Soil Moisture Monitoring by the Oklahoma Mesonet

    Improving Soil Moisture Monitoring by the Oklahoma Mesonet

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  •  Watersheds Across Texas Benefit From Bacterial Source Tracking Research Team’s Work

    Watersheds Across Texas Benefit From Bacterial Source Tracking Research Team’s Work

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People

  • Profiles

    Profiles

    Learn about the people conducting research with the nation's 54 Water Research Institutes.

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