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Water Resources Research Center

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5888268 km2
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Brazil; Peru; Suriname; France; Colombia; Guyana; Bolivia; Venezuela; Ecuador
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Santa Cruz; Manaus; La Paz
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The University of Arizona Water Resources Research Center (WRRC) promotes understanding of critical state and regional water management and policy issues through research, community outreach and public education.

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Sharon Megdal
Director, Water Resources Research Center
University of Arizona


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Arizona, Israel, and the Palestinian Territories are arid/semi-arid lands, and they confront similar water concerns. Collaboration between people from all of these locations could help to solve some of the water issues facing these drought-stricken areas. Since 2007, the Water ... Learn More

Arizona Project WET delivers water-related curricula that is relevant to Arizona's unique water story. Each WET workshop features one or two curriculum guides and explores the science, history, and/or mathematics of each concept through varied instructional methodologies that activate multiple ... Learn More

Connecting Environmental Water Needs to Arizona Water Planning Project explores what it means to consider the environment in water planning. Ultimately, the aim is to establish a dialogue among water users about voluntary, stakeholder-driven options for addressing the environment in ... Learn More

Conserve to Enhance’s innovative approach provides a direct connection between voluntary water conservation actions by water users and local environmental projects. Development of a C2E program can be driven by a water utility, a local environmental organization, or both. Once ... Learn More

The Transboundary Aquifer Assessment Program - Arizona/Sonora (TAAP-A/S) is performing assessments of the aquifers shared by Arizona and Sonora. This program has compiled two databases of published materials related to groundwater in the binational upper Santa Cruz and San Pedro ... Learn More

The Water Sustainability Program works to strengthen research, outreach, and education efforts in the water resource area at the University of Arizona to help ensure a sustainable, high-quality water supply for economic development and enhanced quality of life for all ... Learn More

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