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Technical Committees

Here is a list of the Technical Committees available with membership. You must be logged into to access these committees. 

Name Description
Flowing Waters Committee The objectives of AWRA's Flowing Waters committee are to advance multidisciplinary water resources management, planning, research and education in all areas of "Flowing Waters". The broad subject areas of Flowing Waters include surface and groundwater hydrology, watershed management, stormwater, water quality, water supply, source water protection, stream ecology, ecological flows, ecosystem restoration, forest hydrology, agricultural hydrology, and wildland hydrology etc. For illustration purpose, please visit us at: Historical Watershed Reports. We need your input and support to let the Flowing Waters Committee flow!

Future Risk Committee Future risk committee seeks innovations in science and technology to meet challenges to water resource availability that are exacerbated by climate change. Simultaneous increase in runoff, flooding, sea level rise, and drought will pose risks for many sectors, including energy, infrastructure, manufacture, agriculture, and threaten urban development and ecosystem. We will focus on developing strategies to adapt the changes and mitigate the risks. Please join us!

Integrated Water Resources Management Committee Join us in leading an ongoing conversation about how to make IWRM the standard practice in water resources management across the country. Engage with fellow AWRA members to build a network of partners to describe what drives successful IWRM and develop a national vision and strategy.

International Affairs Committee Mission: Promote international collaboration in water resources management, planning, research, outreach, and education within the AWRA as well as with sister professional societies/associations. Vision: AWRA is a globally-respected, admired, and vibrant water resources professional society with an internationally-literate and engaged membership.

Policy Committee AWRA's Policy Committee is comprised of water professionals and others with an interest in how public policy shapes our collective management of water resources. It is a diverse Committee that includes scientists, educators, policy‐makers and other experts at all stages of their careers. The purpose of AWRA's Policy Committee is to disseminate information on water resource policy issues, helping to translate scientific work into a format for action that public decision‐makers can use and understand, as they go about formulating water policy. Even more specifically, this Committee is dedicated to helping the AWRA Board take a national and international leadership role in the area of water‐resource policy.

Technology Committee As water and environmental challenges continue to increase, the need is greater than ever for comprehensive and collaborative approaches that take full advantage of available data services, analytic tools, and cross-discipline program coordination. With that end in mind, the mission of the Technology Committee is to engage the AWRA membership in defining the role of technology in water resources.

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Member Benefits

Benefits of membership include:
  • Journal of the American Water Resources Association (JAWRA) - The preeminent scholarly publication on multidisciplinary water resources issues
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  • Technical Committee interaction
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  • Education and Presentation opportunities at our Specialty Conferences and our Annual Conference
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