September 22, 2020
WRRC Invites Student Research Proposals
The WRRC invites students at any of Arizona's three public universities to submit research proposals for projects that explore new ideas to address water issues in Arizona and the Southwest. Proposals must show a faculty member from the student’s university as the Principal Investigator (PI) and the student or students should be listed as Co-PI(s). Two to four grants of up to $10,000 will be awarded; requests for less than $10,000 are recommended. Funds will be available through 104(b) grants program, authorized under the Water Resources Research Act, section 104(b) and funded through the U.S. Geological Survey. Program funding is contingent each year on federal appropriations. The deadline for submitting proposals is 5:00 pm, Thursday, November 5, 2020.
October 19, 2020
Ingenious Indigenous Inventions to Move Water
Since the beginnings of human history, humankind has been reshaping the earth to help meet our physical needs. Improving accessibility to water was paramount for many early cultures and it still is for the desert Southwest today.
October 12, 2020
Water Costarred in Arizona Cooperative Extension Conference
October 05, 2020
Updates on Transboundary Activities
September 28, 2020
Water Professionals: Our Essential Workers
While we have all been vigorously washing our hands to help stop the spread of COVID-19, water treatment professionals work around the clock to keep our water flowing. Water professionals are essential workers! To help get the word out about Arizona water workers, Wednesday, September 23rd marked the launch of a statewide campaign to Thank a Water Worker (#ThankAWaterHero, #WaterHeros).
September 28, 2020
WRRC Graduate Research Assistants to Present at Managed Aquifer Recharge Conference
WRRC Graduate Assistants Rebecca Bernat (Ph.D. Candidate in Environmental Science) and Mary Belle Cruz Ayala (Ph.D. Candidate in Arid Lands Resource Science)