Summary of Water Resources Research Under the Georgia Water Resources Research Program
North, Ronald M.
Hatcher, Kathryn J.
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In this paper the author recounts the history of the Georgia Water Resources Research Program, describes the method of operation and provides some examples of outstanding research programs. These programs have produced substantial additional funding and/or have produced substantial contributions to the literature of water resources. The paper concludes with a brief outline of a design for State funding of water resources research to meet State needs through available expertise and facilities of the University System and to suggest possible programs and funding levels that are needed for an effective water resources research program in Georgia. This conference is an ideal place to seek support from the Georgia water resources community for additional State funding of water resources research. The author wants you to consider the proposed options and suggest other options for improving knowledge about our water resources.
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