The Arkansas Water Resources Center manages water resource research and monitoring projects. Look below for a description of each category of research and follow the links for more information.
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.
The purpose of this study is to better understand how water quality changes from the upstream headwaters of the West Fork of the White River to the larger downstream sections of the river.
The purpose of this project is to collect and analyze water samples in sub-watersheds to understand how nutrients and sediments are related to land use.
The purpose of this project is to collect and analyze water samples in upper Poteau River watershed to understand how much nutrients and sediments are being transported across the watershed and how water quality is changing over time.
The map shows sample site locations for the Center's research and monitoring projects. Click a site below for more information.