Water Resources Planning and Management

Research

Some current and recent research projects conducted in the Water Resources Planning and Management Division include:

  1. Development of Real Time Water Resources Management System [Korea Water Resources Corporation, Taejon, Korea]
  2. Imperial Irrigation District/San Diego County Water Authority Water Transfer EIR/EIS--Conservation Modeling [CH2M Hill, Inc. and Imperial Irrigation Company, Brawley, Calif.]
  3. Hierarchical Strategies for Recovery of a Salinity-Threatened Irrigated Valley [U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Research Initiative Competitive Grants Program]
  4. Description and Interpretation of Salinization in the Lower Arkansas River Basin [U.S. Geological Survey and Colorado Water Resources Research Institute]
  5. Identification, Public Awareness, and Solution of Waterlogging/Salinity Problems in the Lower Arkansas River Valley, CO [U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Water Management and Conservation Program]
  6. Decision Support System for Regional Water Quantity/Quality Evaluation of BMP’s in Irrigated Agriculture [Agricultural Experiment Station, State of Colorado]
  7. Cooperative Agreement for Hydrologic Model Development and Maintenance [U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Pacific Northwest Region]
  8. Development of Decision Support System for Upper Snake River Basin [U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Pacific Northwest Region]
  9. Hydropower Unit Scheduling Package for RAMS (Reclamation Alternative Modular SCADA) System [U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Hydroelectric Research and Technical Services Group]
  10. Integration of Water Quantity/Quality in Agricultural Water Transfers [Colorado Agricultural Experiment Station]
  11. Integration of Water Quantity and Quality in River Basin Modeling [Colorado Water Resources Research Institute]
  12. Optimal Stormwater Management for Coastal Ecosystem Restoration [South Florida Water Management District, West Palm Beach, Florida]