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JAWRA HIGHLIGHTS – DECEMBER 2015

HIGHLIGHTS – JAWRA DECEMBER 2015 In two companion papers, one by Domagalski and Saleh and the other by Saleh and Domagalski, the authors use SPARROW models to simulate annual phosphorus loads and concentrations and to evaluate the spatial distribution of…

JAWRA HIGHLIGHTS – OCTOBER 2015

HIGHLIGHTS – JAWRA OCTOBER 2015 Editorial: Wigington discusses large-scale water resource issues addressed by recent JAWRA journal articles. Technical Papers: Perrone et al. present a comprehensive literature review of national and regional United States water-use estimates and projections. Keum and…

JAWRA HIGHLIGHTS – AUGUST 2015

HIGHLIGHTS – JAWRA AUGUST 2015 Featured Collection – Agricultural Hydrology and Water Quality: Agriculture occupies 38% of the Earth’s land surface and is essential to providing adequate food supply for the world’s population. Decades of research have demonstrated the global…

JAWRA HIGHLIGHTS – JUNE 2015

HIGHLIGHTS – JAWRA JUNE 2015 Featured Collection –  Water for Megacities – Challenges and Solutions: Today, cities are growing bigger and faster throughout the world. Currently there are 28 megacites, those with a population of 10 million people or more,…

JAWRA HIGHLIGHTS – APRIL 2015

HIGHLIGHTS – JAWRA APRIL 2015 Editorial: Wigington discusses the nature of JAWRA multidisciplinary water resources journal articles. Featured Collection –  Conservation Effects Assessment Project: Rittenberg et al. present a conceptual framework that relates agricultural Best Management Practice (BMP) effectiveness with…

JAWRA HIGHLIGHTS – February 2015

JAWRA HIGHLIGHTS – February 2015 McLellan et al. use SPARROW to examine nitrogen export from the corn belt to the Gulf of Mexico. Rosgen discusses some points of stream restoration in an urban setting. Podolak and Doyle review the legal…

JAWRA HIGHLIGHTS – December 2014

JAWRA HIGHLIGHTS – December 2014 Harrison et al. examine retention of nutrients in oxbow wetlands. Greathouse et al. examine the influence of Red alder on nitrogen concentrations in the Oregon Coast Range. Hirsch uses subsampling of six very large datasets…

JAWRA HIGHLIGHTS – October 2014

JAWRA HIGHLIGHTS – October 2014 Technical Papers: Caruso analyzes stream characteristics in a mountain watershed in southwestern Colorado and develops a three-level hierarchical classification scheme using national datasets to demonstrate jurisdictional evaluation as “waters of the United States” under U.S.…

JAWRA HIGHLIGHTS – August 2014

JAWRA HIGHLIGHTS – August 2014 Featured Collection: Clinch River  The Clinch River of southwestern Virginia and northeastern Tennessee is arguably the most important river for freshwater mussel conservation in the United States. This featured collection, put together by guest associate…

JAWRA HIGHLIGHTS – June 2014

JAWRA HIGHLIGHTS – June 2014 Featured Collection: Riparian Ecosystems and Buffers II Paul Mayer, Kate Dwire, Judy Okay, and Philippe Vidon are the guest associate editors for this collection of eleven papers originating from the AWRA 2012 Summer Specialty Conference,…