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The iUTAH team presented a symposium at the close of their 5-year NSF-funded research collaboration

 
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A team of researchers from USU and other Utah universities, government agencies, industry partners, and non-rofit organizations came together 5 years ago to establish iUTAH (Innovative Urban Transition and Aridregion Hydro-sustainability) as a way to strengthen science for Utah's water future. This 5-year interdisciplinary research and training program was funded by the National Science Foundation through July 2017. These researchers, including UWRL faculty members Jeff Horsburgh, Bethany Neilson, and David Rosenberg recently presented a symposium to present their progress and accomplishments over the course of this enormous undertaking.

Read more in an informative Herald Journal article about iUTAH and the symposium here.

Read more about the research accomplished through this major collaboration by visiting the iUTAH website at http://iutahepscor.org/