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Scripps program provides stepping-stone for diverse students considering graduate programs in earth and ocean sciences.
Stanford environmental engineers have developed a planning tool called AquaCharge that helps urban water utilities develop efficient, cost-effective systems to replenish aquifers.
Using lessons from the energy sector, Stanford researchers outline strategies to bring the nation's water infrastructure into the 21st century.
Researchers measured global water scarcity around the world at unprecedented resolution and synthesized the information into a single, easily understandable global map that planners and policy-makers can use to improve access to water around the world. 
Researchers study the ingredients in Boston's groundwater to find out its affect on ocean ecology.
UF researchers have developed a low-cost treatment system to remove pharmaceuticals in source-separated urine using water materials.
A five-year, $4.2 million grant from the National Science Foundation will empower researchers from multiple institutions in the U.S. and Mongolia to develop wide-ranging scientific knowledge of river systems spanning two continents. KU is the lead institution for the project.
Princeton University use mathematical equations to show that physiological differences between trees and grasses explain the curious phenomenon of heavy rainfalls and spells of drought on the African savannas created significantly fewer trees.
Low-impact development technologies (LIDs) that mimic pre-urban stream functions are solutions that University of California, Irvine and other academics are looking at to help take advantage of El Nino conditions in California.
New research from the UA’s Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research shows that snowpack in California’s Sierra Nevada was at historically low levels this year, which has implications for water use and wildfires.