zebra mussel infestation, rice and soybean irrigation, pesticide monitoring in ground water, ground water quality impacts
In order to understand, protect, and manage our water resources effectively knowledge is required from many diverse areas of science, engineering, economics, and sociology. These proceedings of the conference on the Diversity of Arkansas Water Resources Research reflect this need and demonstrate how researchers in the state are responding to water issues and problems in Arkansas. The papers in these proceedings are representative of the research in Arkansas, but are only a sample of the work being conducted by universities and government agencies in Arkansas. We are grateful that Arkansas has the expertise available to provide the information necessary to maintain our water resources.
Steele, Kenneth F.. 1996. Diversity of Arkansas Water Resources Research. Arkansas Water Resources Center, Fayetteville, AR. MSC195. 68
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