Full Research Article – Regular Issue
Volume 7, Issue 1 of the JSCWR includes six articles covering a variety of timely topics. However, the common takeaways are the critical need for strategic decision-making processes to address water quantity ¬—too much or too little—and public education. Human conversion of land and infrastructure can create just as much detrimental impact as climate already does and can sometimes exacerbate an already existing or potential problem. Additional studies to identify both precursors and resources will advance knowledge that can be used to protect our natural resources, public health, and economic vitality. In this issue, research focuses include public understanding of conservation programs, agricultural irrigation expansion, lake evaporation uncertainty, stormwater infrastructure, and tidal dynamics and floodplain response from hurricane flooding.
"Journal of South Carolina Water Resources Volume 7, Issue 1,"
Journal of South Carolina Water Resources: Vol. 7
, Article 1.
Available at: https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/jscwr/vol7/iss1/1