The Water Resources Institute coordinates research programs which are applicable to the solution of present and emerging water resource problems.  In carrying out this mission, the Institute has developed a broadly-based research, training, information transfer, and public service program involving personnel from many academic disciplines in the University of Wisconsin System.

Projects in 2016
Projects | Publications | Theses

View WR16R001: Anthropogenically driven changes to the metagenome of a shallow groundwater and its effect on aquifer reactivity
View WR16R002: Investigating the impact of nitrate-nitrogen contamination on uranium concentrations in Wisconsin groundwater
View WR16R004: Long-term Alterations in Groundwater Chemistry Induced by Municipal Well Pumping
View WR16R006: Geologic sources of radium to municipal wells in Wisconsin


Partner Projects

View a list of partner-funded projects.

Requests for Proposals
To be added to a RFP mailing please send us an e-mail, or contact Terri Liebmann, UW Water Resources Institute, 267 Goodnight Hall, 1975 Willow Drive, Madison, WI 53706, phone (608) 263-6747, fax (608) 262-0591. Be sure to include your name and the full mailing address (or e-mail address) and the name of the program (UW Water Resources Institute) for which you wish information.

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