News & Insights

Get insights and analysis from Water in the West researchers as well as the latest news about new Stanford water research and events focusing on western water issues.

November 30, 2018  | Water in the West  | Insights

Insight on Integrated Water Resource Management and the rise of the Water-Energy-Food Nexus.

September 20, 2018  | Water in the West  | News

New report informs local agencies on how to avoid inadvertent threats to surface water as defined by new California groundwater law.

September 18, 2018  | Water in the West  | News

New website provides a one-stop shop for information on California’s landmark Sustainable Groundwater Management Act.

September 10, 2018  | Stanford Engineering  | News

Tom Abate, Shara Tonn

A newly ​developed model looks at how updated regulations and financing options could help renew our aging water infrastructure.

August 30, 2018  | Water in the West  | Insights

Beyond Newsha's many impressive accomplishments, at Water in the West and Stanford she has also shown an intense dedication to developing and mentoring the generation of scientists, engineers and policy-makers following in her footsteps.

August 25, 2018  | The Bridge  | Insights

Timia Crisp

A Q&A with Newsha Ajami in celebration of prominent female figures in science and science policy to recognize Women’s Equality Day.

August 03, 2018  | Stanford News  | News

Josie Garthwaite

Stanford researchers map out groundwater at stake in the wake of a court decision that bolsters Native American rights to the precious resource across an increasingly arid West.

July 31, 2018  | Water in the West  | Insights

Our latest insight by postdoctoral scholar Zachary Sugg explores the complicated and multifaceted issues associated with opening water data and implementation of Assembly Bill 1755.

June 20, 2018  | Water in the West  | Insights

Letty Belin

How can the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) improve its reservoir management to adapt to climate change and meet more water needs while avoiding any increased flood risks?

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