WRRC Participates in ISMAR11 Conference
To learn more about MAR, check out these resources:
- Special Issue Journal: Managed Aquifer Recharge for Resilience
- Article: An Overview of Managed Aquifer Recharge in Mexico and Its Legal Framework by Mary-Belle Cruz Ayala & Sharon B. Megdal
- Recorded Webinar: Managing Aquifer Recharge: A Showcase for Resilience and Sustainability
- Recorded Webinar: Recent Research on Policies for Managed Aquifer Recharge in Mexico
- Weekly Wave: Reflections: Water, Recharge, and Life
Image: Bruce Babbitt and Sharon B. Megdal
University of Arizona researchers Kathy Jacobs, Neha Gupta, Chris Castro, and Hsin-I Chang have been key contributors to the first comprehensive assessment of climate change effects on the Lower Santa Cruz River Basin (LSCRB).
The Phoenix Committee on Foreign Relations and the University of Arizona Center for Middle Eastern Studies (CMES),
As part of the WRRC’s Indigenous Water Dialogues, we are pleased to announce a special panel discussion of INHABITANTS: Indigenous Perspectives On Restoring Our World, as well as free screening for all event registrants.
The International Association of Hydrogeologists Commission on Managing Aquifer Recharge (IAH-MAR Commission) held a meeting and plenary session at ISMAR11 on the evening of April 12, 2022. In addition to electing a slate of officers, the session honored individuals who had contributed significantly to the organization’s mission.
The 2022 WRRC Conference, Arizona’s Agricultural Outlook: Water, Climate, and Sustainability, is quickly approaching.