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In Memoriam:
Peter E. Black, 1935-2017
AWRA President 1991, AWRA Vice President 1989, AWRA Fellow Member 1988,
AWRA President's Award for Outstanding Service 1987
Peter E. Black, 82, of Syracuse, NY, died peacefully at home on Friday, May 12, 2017. Peter was dearly loved
and is survived by his wife, Lida; two brothers, David and Jonathan; and four sons, Steven, Andrew, Douglas, and
Elliott, and their families.
Born and raised in New York City, Peter attended the Ethical Culture Fieldston School and graduated from the
University of Michigan in Ann Arbor with a BS in Forestry and an MF in Forest Influences. He received a PhD in
Watershed Management from Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO.
In 1965, he came to the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry in Syracuse, becoming a Distinguished Teaching Professor
of Water and Related Land Resources. Throughout his career, he wrote many articles and books including Watershed Hydrology and
Conservation of Water and Related Land Issues. Peter was devoted to teaching and passionate about the importance of water management
to the future of people and the planet. In 2006, Peter wrote and recorded "Water Drops," a weekly series of two minute broadcasts aired by
WRVO-FM in NPR programming. The "Drops" were educational, inspiring and often humorous.
He served on numerous local, state, and national advisory groups, including water resource and watershed committees and task
forces all the way to the Environmental Advisory Board of the Army Corps of Engineers. He was a member of the American Institute
of Hydrology and represented SUNY ESF as an advisory member of the NY State Soil and Water Conservation Committee. He served
as president of American Water Resources Association in 1991-92.
Peter enjoyed singing in the choir at May Memorial Unitarian Church and the University Oratorio Society. Whether he was
shooting photos, building a garden pond at home, or hiking, he loved nature. He was famous for his amusing quips and love of
blueberry pie and chocolate. ■

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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
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Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - 22
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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
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - cover3
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - cover4
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