Groundwater Recharge with Reclaimed Water Another Step Closer to Potable Reuse
California.s water supply is becoming increasingly unreliable, and investments to make water more reliable must be seriously investigated. In this arid region of Southern California, reclaimed...

Strategies for Using NPDES Storm Water Data

Groundwater Development in an Arid Environment

Ocho Rios Cruise Ship Port Expansion, Jamaica

Case Studies in Stream Preservation/Restoration

Measuring Sustainability in a Humid Region

The Effects of Water Resources Planning on Land Development Projects

Applying a Prescriptive Model to Help Resolve Conflict Over Alamo Lake, AZ

Principles for Shared Use of Transboundary Water Resources

Agreements for Sharing Transboundary Water Resources: Hydrologic Information Requirements

Hydrology, Enviornment and the Shared Use of Water

A Review of Western Water Sharing Agreements

A Current Case Study: The Rio Grande and the El Paso Tri-state Area

Standardizing the Shared Use of Transboundary Water Resources

Use of Uncertainty Analysis in Water Quality Models

Dealing with Rapid Growth in the Desert Southwest - Las Vegas, Tucson, and Phoenix: A Case Study

Water Supplies Once Abandoned

Use of Decision Models for Planning and Permitting of Water Resource Projects

Hydroelectric Project Relicensing: Federal Regulation of Water Use

Imperial County Groundwater Evaluation: Model Development and Calibration

 

 

 

 

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