Key developments have occurred recently on atmospheric rivers (AR). These include advances in observations, physical process understanding, predictions, applications and policies. This presentation will highlight a few of these developments.
Registration for the March 28, 2018 WRRC Conference, The Business of Water, is open! Register now, at the early bird rate of only $100, and join us as we discuss complex and dynamic issues vital to the reliability and cost of our future water supplies. This year's conference, held at the University of Arizona Student Union in Tucson, includes knowledgeable speakers and topical panel discussions. In the morning, panels will address public-private partnerships and water transactions.
The Arizona Water Resource Winter 2018 issue publishes the winners of the WRRC’s photo contest, which attracted many outstanding submissions. The feature article looks at the use of reclaimed water, particularly potable reuse, while WRRC Director Sharon B. Megdal’s Public Policy Review column lets readers in on her strategies for teaching the ins and outs of water policy to UA graduate students and others. As usual, News Briefs and Resources highlight items of interest from the world of water.