Drought and Climate Resiliency
Auburn University Water Resources Center is actively engaged in Drought and Climate Research
and Outreach in an effort to improve drought and climate resiliency in the Southeast.
For current drought status click here. Water Resources Research
Auburn researchers are working to meet the ever-increasing challenges of water resource management in the southeastern US and beyond through innovative approaches involving numerous disciplines across the university. A central mission of the AU Water Resources Center is to facilitate these interdisciplinary research efforts.
Alabama Water Watch
AWW is a statewide citizen volunteer program devoted to the development of water quality monitoring and community-based watershed stewardship. Global Water Watch
GWW fosters watershed stewardship through the development of citizen volunteer monitoring globally.
Supporting research to address identified priority problems
WRRI coordinates and encourages research programs which are applicable to the solution of present and emerging water resources problems.