Five years after the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA) became law in California, USC Sol Price School of Public Policy researchers examined the progress made and the obstacles stakeholders face as the state aims for sustainable groundwater use by 2042.
Georgia Institute of Technology | University of Southern California | Water Systems | Solving the Freshwater Puzzle | Water-Use Policies | University Research
Researchers at the University of Kansas School of Engineering are teaming up with the Kansas Water Office to create models accounting for uncertainty about the state’s future climate so officials who allocate water can better forecast supply and demand of the vital resource.
A project called SEA MATE, with a team of researchers led by Stony Brook University Professor Matthew Eisaman, is using electricity to remove acid from the ocean while also taking carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
Stony Brook University - The State University of New York | Water Quality | Solving the Freshwater Puzzle | University Research
USC researchers modeled complex subsurface water flow to help assess the risk of contaminants appearing in high, unsafe concentrations in variable water sources.
University of Southern California | Water Sources | Solving the Freshwater Puzzle | University Research
A Stony Brook University expert is joining the battle against Algal Blooms
Stony Brook University - The State University of New York | Solving the Freshwater Puzzle | Community Impact
Rutgers research shows stormwater could be important source of plastic pollution
A new effort led by researchers at The Ohio State University will help the Navajo Nation mitigate the lack of water and food security at a time when the Navajo communities are facing new challenges due to COVID-19.
A new project at UC Davis to remove tiny, invasive shrimp could be a big step toward climate-proofing the famed clarity of Lake Tahoe
Researchers at the Ohio State University have created the world's first high-resolution maps of points around the globe where groundwater meets the oceans.
CU Boulder scientists have developed a possible answer to a longstanding mystery about the chemistry of streamflow, which may have broad implications for watersheds and water quality around the world.