New Publication on the Transboundary Upper Santa Cruz River Basin
The Upper Santa Cruz River Basin (USCRB) stretches across the US-Mexico border in Southern Arizona.
How Does Water Rule Your World?
“Move this longer pump over here”…“Add this to make the reservoir higher”…“Okay, let’s try it!” It’s not hard to imagine how excited students get when they’re using their hands and heads to solve a problem. In this case, the problem is how to deliver water 336 miles across the desert and up in elevation almost 2,900 feet. In the Pump it Up lesson, they build a model of the Central Arizona Project aqueduct, which brings water all the way from the Colorado River to the Tucson region.
News Provides Updates to WRRC 2021 Arroyo
The WRRC’s 2021 Arroyo reported on promising solutions to water supply issues and recent news reports update that information.
In Focus: Navajo Safe Water Video
A new documentary, “Working Together for a Better Future,” highlights the efforts of the Water Access Coordination Group (WACG) to provide water services to the Navajo Nation. Created in April 2020
Summary of Impacts of Baseflow and Flooding on Microplastic Pollution in an Effluent-Dependent Arid Land River in the USA
The WRRC is pleased to feature the following article summary, prepared by co-author, Drew Eppehimer, Arid Lands Resource Sciences PhD Candidate at the University of Arizona.
AZ Experts Well-Represented at Conference Connecting Land & Water
Two of Arizona’s water policy experts are the conference committee co-chairs for the upcoming AWRA Virtual Summer Conference Connecting Land & Water for Healthy Communities.