Scientific insights from the Agricultural Research Service’s long-term study sites underpin dozens of models and research methods that guide global land management and conservation practices.
Weather forecasting can greatly improve benefits of rainwater harvesting.
Water in the Native World: The Intersection of Hydrology and Indigenous Knowledge; Pablo, Montana, 1–4 August 2018
A reexamination of the global water cycle shows that tropical coastlines exert a profound influence on atmospheric water circulation by wringing water vapor from the atmosphere.
Satellite observations, combined with algorithms borrowed from river engineering, could fill large gaps in our knowledge of global river flows where field data are lacking.
Chapman Conference on Extreme Climate Event Impacts on Aquatic Biogeochemical Cycles and Fluxes; San Juan, Puerto Rico, 22–27 January 2017
A new modeling framework offers insight into how specific lakes' water levels respond to short- and long-term climate trends.
New map identifies varying water usage in hydraulic drilling operations across the United States and what this means for potential environmental impacts.