Oklahoma Water Resources Center

Groundwater


OK Cooperative Extension Service In-Service co-hosted by Claude Bess and the Water Center on OSU's Stillwater campus 10/2/2015. Speakers included agricultural economists, engineers, and soil scientists, as well as representatives from the OK Water Resources Board. [Open in YouTube.]

Articles/Report

Twenty five percent of state’s agriculture production treading water (5/5/2016 news article by Sean Hubbard, Ag Comm. Services)

Streamside Aquifers Blur the Boundaries between Groundwater and Surface Water (by Joshua Cross, 3/2016)

A Path Forward for Oklahoma’s Groundwater Monitoring and Assessment (by Joshua Cross, 12/11/2015)

Ogallala Aquifer – Lifeblood of the High Plains, Part I: Withdrawals Exceed Recharge (October 2014 report by Mary Winter and Cliff Foster, freelance researchers)

The Bright Line between Surface Water and Groundwater (Water Lines article by Dr. Mike Langston, March 2013)

Projects

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Mac Lindley Research and Demonstration Farm in SE Oklahoma:
 - Future use of two artesian water wells
 - Borders the Red River in McCurtain County
 - Streambank stabilization

 

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