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Water Testing

The AWRC Water Quality Lab is certified by the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) for analyses of multiple constituents in water samples. Get your water tested in our certified labs.

Announcements

AWRC March Water News

Read the March newsletter to learn about lots of things going on at AWRC right now and water information in Arkansas!

Student Summer Internship Opportunity!

The Arkansas Water Resources Center (AWRC) is looking for a motivated student to join us for an internship this summer.

Job responsibilities may include website maintenance and development, website and social media analytical analysis, promotion of Center-related activities through social media, water sample collection and laboratory analysis, and other activities needed by AWRC staff. Click here to view the announcement.

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Contact Us

Arkansas Water Resources Center
203 Engineering Hall
University of Arkansas
Fayetteville, AR 72701
Phone: 479-575-4403
Email: awrc@uark.edu

Publications

The Arkansas Water Resources Center publishes a variety of publications including the annual report for the US Geological Survey 104B Program, newsletters, annual summaries of AWRC activities, MSC and PUB Publications, and water-data reports.

Water Currents

Water Currents News

MSC Technical Reports

MSC Technical Reports

Data Reports

Data Reports

Annual Summaries

Annual Summaries

Research

USGS 104b Program

USGS 104B Grants

The AWRC awards multiple water research grants each year through the USGS 104B Grant Program.

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Northwest Arkansas Water Monitoring

NWA Monitoring

The purpose of this project is to collect and analyze 46 samples each year at 15 sites in the Upper Illinois River Watershed and Upper White River Basin. The goal is to estimate loads and trends for a number of important water quality parameters.

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Special Projects

Special Projects

The Center works with students and organizations to conduct scientific research and water quality monitoring around the region.

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