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December 2017 Water bLog Newsletter now available

 
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As water researchers, we challenge ourselves to see water-related issues from a fresh perspective in our quest to find new and better solutions. Often this means either taking a much closer look or backing off to view things in a broader frame of reference. In this issue, we look at projects on both ends of the spectrum, from the microscopic to the regional.

These projects represent only a fraction of the active research underway at the UCWRR aimed at solving water-related natural resources problems throughout Utah, the nation, and the world.

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wheat sprouting in a petri dish

CuO nanoparticles:

impacts of metals and metal ions on soils and plants

agricultural field sprinkler

Improving water loss estimates:

a new method to enhance drought monitoring

new faculty portraits

Meet our new faculty:

Belize Lane, Alfonso Torres-Rua, Tianfang Xu, and Ruijie Zeng

Irene Garousi at the 2017 CUAHSI summer workshop

In The News:

  • USU to sponsor the 2019 UCOWR annual conference at SnowBird, UT
  • Major grants received
  • Randy Martin embarking on a Fulbright Fellowship to Palestine
  • Special Recognitions