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North Carolina
Section of AWRA
The North Carolina section of the AWRA, in
conjunction with the Water Resources Research Institute,
held their annual
conference this year.
Student poster entries
reflected some of the
issues faced by North Carolinians and others across the
South. The 2017 poster winners and their topics are:
1st Place: Qiwen Cheng, NC State University, Influence of
Electrically Conductive Particles on Methane Generation in
Swine Wastewater Fed Anaerobic Digesters
2nd Place: Emily Bailey, UNC-Chapel Hill, Microbial
Survival of Indicator Organisms in Blended Waters Proposed
for Potable Reuse in North Carolina
3rd Place: Frank Stillo, UNC-Chapel Hill, Racial
Disparities in Access to Municipal Water Supplies in the
American South: Impacts on Children's Health
The NCWRA conducted a Spring Social in downtown
Raleigh. New and seasoned members came together to
openly discuss water resource issues, summer activities
and everything in between. This was a great opportunity to
display the association's new banners:

38 * Water Resources IMPACT

September 2017

Indiana Water
Resources
Association holds
38th Annual
Symposium
The Indiana
Water Resources
Association (IWRA)
held their 38th Annual
Symposium June
28-30 at Turkey Run
State Park in western
Indiana. The symposium, "Threats to and from
Indiana's Water Resources," held a full schedule
of 35 oral presentations, and 20 student posters.
Featured speakers included Bruno Pigott,
commissioner of the Indiana Department
of Environmental Management, and Janet
McCabe, former acting assistant administrator
of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
The annual IWRA awards banquet was held
on the first evening, giving awards for the
Charles Harold Bechert Award and outstanding
achievement awards in the public, private
and academic sectors. Winners this year were
William G. Wilber (Bechert), Mike Starkey
and Jack Maloney (Private Outstanding
Achievement), Shannon Zezula (Public
Outstanding Achievement), and Bob Barr
(Academic Outstanding Achievement). Wilber
is one of the founding members of IWRA and
the organizations first president. One of the
highlights of the meeting included the judging
of the student posters. The Outstanding Student
Poster was presented to Adam Alford, Purdue
University, with much fanfare. On the final day,
participants learned the story of Turkey Run
and took a short hike enjoying the scenic view
of Sugar Creek and walking through one of the
deep sandstone ravines, meandering across a
stream on steppingstones that flows through the
park. Hikers saw interesting sedimentary rock
formations, plants and trees that grow on the
canyon walls, and fauna that live in canyon. For
more information about section events, please
visit the Indiana Section web site Indiana Water
Resources Association. Thanks to our presenters
and congratulations to our award winners! ■



Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017

President’s Message
Growing Up…with Managed Aquifer Recharge
Aquifer Storage and Recovery as Means to
The Regulatory Environment of Managed
The ASCE-EWRI Standard Guidelines
Managed Aquifer Recharge:
Managed Aquifer Recharge: A Global Perspective
What’s Up with Water? Sisyphus, Heraclitus and WOTUS
The New Economics of Water: Reducing CO2 Emissions in the Bay Delta Could Reverse Erosion
Domestic Well Aquifer Storage and Recovery Using Seasonal Springs
Philosophy and Ethics: The Rio Grande and the Ganges Rivers: How Human ‘Success’ is Choking the Life out of Two Great River-Spirits
ASR: Aquifer Storage Rescues a Small Water Supply District
Putting Aquifers to Work: MAR Applications in Nutrient Removal
Summer Conference Recap
Harvesting Glacial Meltwater with Managed Aquifer Recharge
AWRA State Section and Student Chapter News
In Memoriam: Peter E. Black
Herbert Scholarship Award Recipients for 2017-2018 Announced
August JAWRA Highlights
2017-2018 Editorial Calendar
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - intro
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - cover1
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - cover2
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - 3
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - 4
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - President’s Message
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - Growing Up…with Managed Aquifer Recharge
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - 7
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - Aquifer Storage and Recovery as Means to
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - 9
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - 10
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - The Regulatory Environment of Managed
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - 12
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - 13
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - The ASCE-EWRI Standard Guidelines
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - 15
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - 16
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - Managed Aquifer Recharge:
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Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - 19
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - Managed Aquifer Recharge: A Global Perspective
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - 21
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - 22
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - 23
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - 24
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - 25
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - 26
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - 27
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - 28
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - 29
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - What’s Up with Water? Sisyphus, Heraclitus and WOTUS
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - 31
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - The New Economics of Water: Reducing CO2 Emissions in the Bay Delta Could Reverse Erosion
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - Philosophy and Ethics: The Rio Grande and the Ganges Rivers: How Human ‘Success’ is Choking the Life out of Two Great River-Spirits
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - ASR: Aquifer Storage Rescues a Small Water Supply District
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - 35
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - Summer Conference Recap
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - 37
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - AWRA State Section and Student Chapter News
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - In Memoriam: Peter E. Black
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - Herbert Scholarship Award Recipients for 2017-2018 Announced
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - 41
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - 2017-2018 Editorial Calendar
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