September 23, 2009
UA researchers will study the hydrologic cycle's "living filter," the zone from the top of trees to the bottom of the groundwater table.
The zone from the treetops to the bottom of the groundwater table has been dubbed the "Critical Zone" because of its...
September 22, 2009
Scientists find new application for an existing technology to measure soil moisture, a factor in local weather.
An interdisciplinary team of University of Arizona researchers is building a network of soil moisture probes to improve short-term and seasonal weather forecasting....
October 11, 2010
The project's goal is to better understand how humans impact the environment in arid region stream corridors and to give stakeholders the knowledge they need to make decisions beneficial for their land and the environment.
A project to better understand how humans impact...
February 5, 2010
In 2000, the UA started what would become one of the world's foremost powerhouses in water-related research.
How do changes in vegetation and climate affect our streams, lakes, aquifers and other water resources? How can we cope with changing water availability and...