Organization profile

Organization profile

The Water Resources Center (WRC) provides leadership in freshwater management through cutting-edge research, educational opportunities for students and professionals, and community outreach. For students, WRC provides a critical link to water-resources professionals and access to all the University’s water-related programs. For citizens and professionals, WRC provides oversight of community-based programs and training and assistance with issues related to impaired waters, stormwater management, agricultural practices and global water issues.

Authorized by Congress as one of the nation’s 54 water resources research institutes, we also connect the research expertise at the University to research problems at the national level.

 

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Echinacea Medicine & Life Sciences
Cyprinidae Medicine & Life Sciences
Fish Chemical Compounds
groundwater Earth & Environmental Sciences
fish Earth & Environmental Sciences
Fishes Medicine & Life Sciences
Dinoprostone Medicine & Life Sciences
Macrophages Chemical Compounds

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Projects 2002 2021

cover crops
Certification

Research Output 1982 2019

Buying water for the environment: A hydro-economic analysis of Salton Sea inflows

Levers, L. R., Skaggs, T. H. & Schwabe, K. A., Mar 1 2019, In : Agricultural Water Management. 213, p. 554-567 14 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

purchasing
economic analysis
inflow
water rights
water
9 Citations (Scopus)
Lakes
algal bloom
Satellites
Chlorophyll
Monitoring
1 Citation (Scopus)

Optimal groundwater management under climate change and technical progress

Quintana Ashwell, N. E., Peterson, J. M. & Hendricks, N. P., Feb 1 2018, In : Resource and Energy Economics. 51, p. 67-83 17 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Groundwater management
Climate change
Technical progress
Ground water
Technical change

Datasets

Simulation Data From Aistrup et al. Sustaining the Ogallala Aquifer Manuscript

Aistrup, J. A., Bulatewicz, T., Kulcsar, L. J., Peterson, J. M., Steward, D. R., Welch, S. M., Data Repository for the University of Minnesota, 2017

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