U Water Center

Wildfires, Population Growth, 50 Years of Salt Lake Water: An EPA Study

“Water quality in both Utah Lake and the Jordan River is highly influenced by our mountain tributaries. With population growth […]

Water at the U – Around the World

Have you ever wondered how many researchers at the University of Utah work in the broad footprint of water-related research, […]

Watersheds and the Wasatch: Did you know?

Did you know? The watersheds of the Wasatch harbor incredible scenery and as such attract a huge number of visitors.Visitors […]

Investigating Biosaline Agriculture to Advance Food Security in Egypt

“I anticipate that the work and results from this small project will be a win-win situation for agricultural producers as […]

Social Power Structure and Irrigation Water Access in Sindh

“Social power matters, and attention needs to be given to lessening the inequities. The good news is that our research […]

Students Go Online for Water Research: 15 Locations Across Utah

  2020 participants of the J. Paul Riley Student Paper Competition sponsored by the Utah Chapter of the American Water […]

Assessing Risk in Water

“If we can make progress in that one area—water safety and access, we truly can make a difference.”  By Catherine […]

Charting Uncertain Waters

U Researchers Use Systems Dynamics Modeling to Help Korea’s Rural Research Institute Plan for Resiliency   For agricultural water managers, […]

Getting Smart about Water Monitoring

Nayyab Agha, a student at Mehran University for Engineering and Technology studied at the U as part of the USPCASW […]

#readtothink About Water

As part of the Marriott Library’s #readtothink campaign, we asked some of our U Water faculty affiliates and staff what […]