WRRC Water Harvesting Tool on National Climate Resilience Website
A tool, developed by the University of Arizona Water Resources Research Center (UA-WRRC), has been added to the nation's Climate Resilience Toolkit. Throughout the Southwestern United States, climate change challenges communities to meet water demands, obtain additional water supplies, and construct additional infrastructure, all while...
Arroyo 2016 - Potable Reuse of Water - Out Now
Potable reuse of water is the subject of the new WRRC Arroyo, released on May 9, 2016. As population grows and water supplies are over-tapped, water planners and managers are looking for ways to expand and diversify their water portfolios. One source of water that has been...
Arizona Water Resource - Spring 2016
A strong El Niño event has been taking place this year. People in Arizona generally welcome the wetter winters brought by El Niño, but in other parts of the world, El Niño can mean droughts, floods, crop failures, and looming food shortages.
The UA Water Network continues to build cross-campus connections among water programs and experts at University of Arizona. Most recently, the program produced a large-format poster for display at many departments and centers around UA. It highlights the numerous water-related themes that are a... more
The WRRC is happy to announce the winner of the 2016 Montgomery & Associates Summer Writing Internship at the WRRC. The new intern, Noah Silber-Coats, is a Ph.D. student in the School of Geography and Development, whose academic research has focused on small-scale hydropower development in... more
Effective stakeholder engagement is fundamental to water management, yet there are as many approaches to consultation as there are efforts. “Explore, Synthesize, and Repeat: Unraveling Complex Water Management Issues through the Stakeholder Engagement Wheel”, a paper published open... more