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- How Do You Find Water in the Desert? Southern Utah Faces Tough Choices
- How will Utah deal with increased demand for water in the future? Build more infrastructure, conserve, or both? That debate is now taking place in southern Utah.
- Can Farmers and Cities Share Utah’s Water?
- As Utah's water needs grow with a rising population, the temptation is to siphon water from the state's largest water user, agriculture. Can farmlands survive a growing urban thirst?
- Pristine to Polluted: The Journey of an Urban Stream
- Salt Lake City’s Red Butte Creek offers a unique opportunity for scientists to study how a mountain stream changes when it enters an urban environment.
- Desert Dust Events Could Trigger Early Wasatch Snowmelt
- Dust events occur regularly each spring along the Wasatch Front, and they could be impacting how much water is ultimately available for Utah residents.
- Beaver Dam Mapping App Now Available for Citizen Scientists
- Scientists are studying how beavers could be used as a tool for stream restoration and are looking to you for help.
- From Nuisance to Resource: Reconsidering Stormwater
- New practices promise to reduce the pollution that stormwater brings, and turn stormwater into a resource that can help replenish parched lands.
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