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WELCOME to Southwest Hydrology, the trade magazine created to inform and connect the water communities of the semi-arid and arid Southwest. Southwest Hydrology is written by and for consultants, regulators, researchers, water managers, lawyers, policymakers, and all the people in industry who work with water issues in semi-arid regions.

Southwest Hydrology premiered in 2002, and is distributed free of charge six times per year to around 6,600 subscribers in the Southwest and the rest of the United States.
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Jul/Aug 2009 - Nitrates

Sep/Oct 2009 - CO2 Sequestration

Nov/Dec 2009 - Water Conservation

Jan/Feb 2010 - Urban Watershed Management

Mar/Apr 2010 - Water for Renewable Energy

May/Jun 2010 - Emerging Measurement Technologies




April 11 - 15 - Environmental and Engineering Geophysical Society. SAGEEP 2010. Keystone, CO - www.eegs.org/sageep/index.html.

April 11 - 15 - National Ground Water Association. 2010 Ground Water Summit and Ground Water Protection Council Spring Meeting. Denver, CO - www.ngwa.org/summit2010/index.aspx.

April 11 - 14 - Environmental and Water Resources Institute of ASCE. 2010 International Low Impact Development Conference: Redefining Water in the City. San Francisco, CA - content.asce.org/conferences/lid10/index.html.

April 11 - 14 - American Water Works Association. Sustainable Water Management Conference and Exposition. Albuquerque, NM - find out more.

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Urban Water Management
(January/February 2010 - Vol. 9 No. 1)

New approaches to urban water management can result in greater water-use efficiency and environmental benefits. Communities have begun using focused recharge of urban stormwater to replenish the aquifer and offset consumption.

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Cactus Quill Award
Cactus Quill Award

2005, 2006,
2007 & 2008

from the Tucson Chapter of the International Association of Business Communicatiors


Excellence in Technical Communication
Excellence in Technical Communication

2005, 2006, 2007
from the Society for Technical Communication, Soutwest Regional Competition

Award of Excellence
Award of Excellence

2006, 2007, 2008
from the APEX (Award for Publication Excellence), sponsored by the editors of Writing That Works

 

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