Our Latest Newsletter is Posted
Catch up on our news through the Aquatic Sciences Chronicle. Our cover story features the 50th anniversary of the Water Resources Institute--its history and milestones.
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Water Photos Available on Our Flickr Page
Our Flickr page is a place to find all kinds of water photos. We're happy to share, please just credit us if you use a photo, because we want to highlight the value of all of Wisconsin's impressive water assets.
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WRI Contributes to Report to Legislature
The Water Resources Institute (WRI) is a part of the state's Groundwater Coordinating Committee that just distributed a report to the Wisconsin Legislature. Among its recommendations is a call for continued research. That's where WRI steps in.
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WRI Sponsoring a Talk
The Water Resources Institute is co-sponsoring, "Water and Wastewater Management for the Sustainability of Water Resources," a talk by Dr. Maggy MNB Momba.

Momba is a microbiologist with the Tshwane University of Technology, Pretoria, South Africa. Her talk will be at noon, Tuesday, Sept. 30, Room 1800 Engineering Hall, 1415 Engineering Drive on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus.

In her address, she hopes to foster an exchange about key water-quality, technology and policy issues on the African continent.

The talk is also sponsored by the Office of Sustainability and the Global Health Institute.




Projects and Publications
Wisconsin's water facts A resource guide to aquaculture Water Library for Kids
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Wisconsin Water Resources Institute

The University of Wisconsin Water Resources Institute (UW-WRI) promotes research, training and information dissemination to effectively confront water resources problems. It was formed in 1964 and is one of 54 such institutes at land grant universities in each of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, the Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico and Guam. The institutes are the primary link between water experts at the nation’s universities and those who manage and use water. Collectively, the programs are known as the Water Resources Research Institute Program, which is authorized by the Water Resources Research Act of 1984. The program is administered by the U.S. Geological Survey. The UW-WRI is housed in the Aquatic Sciences Center (ASC) of the Graduate School at UW-Madison. ASC also houses the University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Institute, which has a complementary mission of research, education and outreach related to water – the coastlines and estuaries of the Great Lakes.


 


 

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