Southwest Hydrology on Water Conservation

Read the current Southwest Hydrology on water conservation
Author: Bevan Griffiths-Sattenspiel

The current issue (Nov/Dec) of Southwest Hydrology focuses on water conservation and contains stories, stats and case studies on how to design successful water conservation programs.

Southwest Hydrology is a free, bimonthly magazine published by the NSF Center for Sustainability of semi-Arid Hydrology and Riparian Areas based in Arizona. The publication is targeted toward hydrologists, water managers, and other professionals working with water issues. Although Southwest Hydrology, as the name implies, draws content primarily from the Southwest, each issue is packed with information that is widely applicable.

The current issue is all about water conservation and it features a number of good articles including:

Go to the Southwest Hydrology website to download the Nov./Dec. issue on water conservation and sign up to have issues of the publication delivered to your house – for FREE – every couple months.

Here’s a list of topics covered in recent and upcoming editions of SW Hydrology:

  • Jul/Aug 2009 - Nitrates

  • Sep/Oct 2009 - CO2 Sequestration

  • Nov/Dec 2009 - Water Conservation

  • Jan/Feb 2010 - Urban Watershed Management

  • Mar/Apr 2010 - Water for Renewable Energy

  • May/Jun 2010 - Emerging Measurement Technologies

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