Arizona Department of Water Resources. This state agency has jurisdiction over much of Arizona's surface and groundwater resources. The site includes extensive information on surface and groundwater basins, water management issues, a searchable version of the Groundwater Site Inventory (GWSI) database, and agency contacts.
Arizona Water Banking Authority. The AWBA web page supplies information on recent announcements about the Water Bank, biographies of the Authority members, links to Water Bank publications, the history of the Water Bank and links to other related web sites. The "Bank Ledger" section contains both planned and actual delivery tables and graphs for the entire state, AMAs, and irrigation districts
Arizona Water Protection Fund. The AWPF web page provides details on the projects funded by the Water Protection Fund, as well as recent announcements, the history of the Water Protection Fund and information on the Water Protection Fund Commissioners. The funded projects are in a database that can be searched, or project summaries can be selected by clicking on a map of the state.
AZMET. The Arizona Meteorologial Network (AZMET) has been in operation since 1986 providing weather data and information to agricultural and horticultural interests of the state.
Environment and Sustainability Portal. Developed by the UA's Institute of the Environment, provides details on the University's environmental news, events, student activities, research, academics, outreach programs, campus projects and more in one centralized online location.
Master Watershed Steward. Educates and trains citizens across the state of Arizona to serve as volunteers in the protection, restoration, monitoring, and conservation of their water and watersheds.
Salt River Project. Site provides information on the history and operation of SRP's extensive water and power delivery infrastructure.
Southwest Watershed Research Center. Conducts basic and applied research in global change, hydrology and water resources, erosion and sedimentation, water quality, and development of improved decision support systems.
Verde Watershed. Information regarding the management and conservation efforts within the watershed. Includes extensive G.I.S. content.
The WET Center - The National Science Foundation, Water & Environmental Technology (WET) Center is a Multi-University I/UCRC with a focus on water quality, emerging contaminants and technology for water treatment.
The Water Report - The Water Report is the monthly newsletter for water lawyers, engineers, regulatory agencies, tribes, municipalities, environmental organizations and anyone interested in water law, water rights, and water quality in the western United States.
National Project WET. Water Education for Teachers. Promotes awareness, appreciation, knowledge, and stewardship of water resources through the development and dissemination of classroom-ready teaching aids
Powell Consortium. Information on the alliance of seven Water Resources Centers and Institutes (AZ, CA, CO, NM, NV, UT & WY) that cooperate on water issues related to the Colorado River and Great Basin.
Water Infrastructure, Supply, & Planning Study. A City of Tucson and Pima County Cooperative Project. This project will progress in an iterative manner. All draft and final study documents will be forwarded to the committee and posted on this website prior to each meeting. All groups and individuals on the study mailing list also will be notifed of the opportunity to comment on study documents.
Western Waters Digital Library provides access to water-related resources regarding the Western United States that includes classic water literature,government reports, legal transcripts, water project records, personal papers, photographic collections, and audio/video materials associated with the major river basins of the west.