Oklahoma Water Resources Center

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Our 2016 Annual Report is now available
7/11/2017: Our annual report describes the activities of the Center and includes project reports from the previous project year.
"Soil Moisture" playlist
06/29/2017: We've rounded up all the videos we could find that were made by our DASNR faculty and created a new playlist for our videos library.
What's that new menu item? It's FAQs!
06/29/2017: There a new menu item, "Frequently Asked Questions," to connect visitors to a solution more quickly. Topics include water testing, pond issues, permitting, and more. Do you have a question we could answer or add to the current list?
Septic Systems playlist
0629/2017: There's a new playlist that will house a series of videos aimed at educating and informing homeowners, realtors, and installers. It's short right now, but we will be adding videos in the near future. Stay tuned!
'Produced Water Challenges' Presentation
04/05/17: Dr. David Lampert covers four aspects of "Emerging Challenges in Produced Water Management."
Recreationalists Page
02/09/2017: There's a new page with resources to enhance your recreational time.
Water Center director position is announced
1/4/2017: The Oklahoma Water Resources Center director position is an 11-month, tenured faculty and administrative position with responsibility of providing vision and leadership for water related research, Extension, and education programs at Oklahoma State University.
Job Opp Posted
12/9/2016: ODWC Internship Opportunity at the Paddlefish Research Center is now posted on our job board.
New Current Report
12/02/2016: Current Report 2173, Economic Viability of Grain Sorghum and Corn as a Function of Irrigation Capacity, has been added to our Publications page.
Fact Sheet Added
11/17/2016: Find the newest fact sheet, Estimating Water Requirements for Mature Beef Cows, on our Publications page.
New Web Link
7/27/2016: We have added "The Watershed Sleuth Challenge" on our Web links page under Water Quality.
New Job Opportunity
6/16/2016: Environmental Specialist I/II position with the OWRB Water Quality Programs Division (closes 7/1)
Final Reports for 2015 Projects
5/9/2016: Final reports for the USGS 104(b) 2015 funded projects are posted. The reports cover the Lugert-Altus Irrigation District, streambank erosion for watershed assessment and planning, and an economic perspective on Ogallala water for irrigation.
New Wetlands Page
4/29/2016: We have developed a new page that provides information about the importance of wetlands. We hope to continue adding resources that will benefit landowners, recreationalists, and researchers.
Final Reports for 2014 Projects
4/28/2016: Final reports for the USGS 104(b) 2014 funded projects are posted. The reports cover groundwater recharge, crop production under sub-surface drip, and a redcedar removal/mitigation project.
2016 REU Students Named
04/28/2016: Seven undergraduate students from across the United States have been selected to conduct research focused on stream restoration/rehabilitation practices and approaches in Stillwater, OK during the summer of 2016.
New listserv available for students
4/19/2016: A new listserv is available for any student wanting to learn more about opportunities available to them. Interested individuals may join our mailing list to receive student-specific information, such as jobs, funding, and conferences to help you further your career. Subscribe today!
New "Extension & Education" Video Category
1/26/2016: A new video category has been added to our "Videos" page. This new category links visitors to playlists that cover Extension demonstrations and services and education resources for educators.
Sewage System Materials from ODEQ
1/25/2016: Several ODEQ fact sheets and useful links have been added.
December AQUAhoman newsletter is posted
12/22/2015: In the December 2015 edition of The Aquahoman we revisit the highlights from the 2015 Governor's Water Conference and Research Symposium, including the student poster contest and discussion of Kansas' groundwater monitoring program for the Ogallala Aquifer. Several opportunities for students are included and deadlines are quickly approaching. Please pass this along to any students and colleagues who might want to take advantage of them. We revisit a project investigating how rural communities might improve faltering infrastructure and see what impacts it's had seven years on. We spotlight one of our Water Center faculty members and share big news from others. And what do cosmic rays have to do with water??? It's all in the latest newsletter.
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