Although American water utility companies take time to modify procedures and technologies in response to new quality requirements, ultimately it reduces the rate at which they violate standards.
A study of 369 lakes across the Midwest finds that many of them, especially those close to agriculture, have high concentrations of harmful algal bloom-causing cyanobacteria.
By adding support for spatially variable velocity fields and anisotropy, the CoSMoS simulation package can more accurately reproduce physical phenomena.
A new study transforms a classic conceptual framework into a quantitative classification of streamflow generation patterns.
Using turbulent heat fluxes as an example, a new study shows that exchange of information between process-based models and deep learning methods may lead to improved predictions.
A combination of passive seismic and electrical measurements are used to unravel the complex hydrogeology structure and associated groundwater flow paths at a coastal site in O’ahu, Hawai`i.
A new study integrates spaceborne InSAR time series and GPS to resolve spatiotemporal patterns of deformation across the San Joaquin Valley indicating recharge areas and pathways for groundwater flow.
A new technique using dissolved noble gas tracers sheds light on how water moves through an aquifer, with implications for water resources and their vulnerability to climate change.
Find out about the person taking the helm of Water Resources Research and her vision for the coming years.
The outgoing Editor in Chief of Water Resources Research reflects on his tenure and expresses appreciation to all those who contributed to the success of the journal.