The water resource field is among those areas expected to benefit from nanotechnology, its application holding special promise for treatment and remediation; sensing and detection; and pollution prevention. That cuts a rather wide swath in the water resources field. The nanorevolution or movement is being met with both optimism and caution as scientists ponder how best to take advantage of its benefits and at the same time understand and reckon with its possible risks.
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WRRC News and Information
Leadership, Focus of WRRC’s 2010 Conference
Legislation and Law
Court Action Sought to Prevent State Taking Water Banking Funds
WRRC Announces Five Projects for Section 104(b) Funding
Public Policy Review
Applied Outreach Strategies, a Priority in Awarding UA Distinguished Outreach Professorship by Sharon Megdal
AWR Insert: Arizona Water Map Poster and Educators' Curriculum Guide This updated Arizona Water Map uses stunning graphics showing groundwater aquifers, physiographic provinces, and watersheds, each important to understanding where water is and how water moves through our environment. A Curriculum Guide accompanies the map with text to explain each graphic element.