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Hydroinformatics Lab to lead pillar in $360 million national water resources effort

This spring the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) announced a massive $360 million grant to fund a four-part initiative to conduct research on water resources nationwide. The Hydroinformatics Lab will lead one of the four pillars of this major effort over the next five years.

GEO Week 2021

Some of our undergraduate research assistants recently presented at the Group on Earth Observations (GEO) annual conference. They spoke about how critical water resources problems can be solved with global water data.

Under an Inland Sea

Back in 2010, Dr. Norm Jones of the BYU Hydroinformatics Lab was contacted by a Nevadan litigation attorney to analyze the effects of proposed groundwater pumping to the Las Vegas area. Dr. Jones was recently interviewed about his work on that project.