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Highlights of the JAWRA Technical Papers
Volume 53, Issue 4, August 2017
Featured Series - SWAT Applications for Emerging Hydrologic and Water
Quality Challenges
This is a recurring series of papers focused on the Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT).
Her et al. investigated the sensitivity SWAT modeling to variable channel dimensions and the
influence on streamflow and sediment modeling.
Shabani et al. coupled SWAT with the CE-QUAL-W2 model to simulate water balance and
image to comesulfate concentrations in the Devils Lake Watershed in North Dakota.

Other Technical Papers
Groom et al. conducted a replicated study on 33 streams to test the effectiveness of riparian
rules at meeting temperature criteria in western Oregon streams.
Lane et al. compared Federal Emergency Management Agency Flood Insurance Rate Maps to
floodplain and integrated wetland area mapping methods based on (1) geospatial distance, (2)
geomorphic setting and (3) soil characteristics.
Milly and Dunne examined ways in which to appropriately include evapotranspiration in
climate change hydrologic models.
Walker et al. quantified water use for hydraulic fracturing at multiple scales in the South Platte River basin.
Alam et al. used the SPARROW model to examine the relationship between possible precipitation and temperature changes on
nitrogen yield for watersheds in the contiguous United States.
Peters et al. monitored changes to sediment deposition and streambed composition in the Elwha River, Washington prior to and
during the simultaneous removal of two large dams.
Blackburn-Lynch et al. used hydrologic landscape regions and data from independent sites throughout the contiguous U.S. to develop
a set of regional curves (bankfull discharge, cross-sectional area, width and mean depth) at varying scales.
Scown et al. investigated if total phosphorus concentration models developed from nationally-available spatial data could be improved
by including local watershed-specific data. ■

2017-2018 Editorial Calendar
NOVEMBER 2017
West Coast Water
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JANUARY 2018
National Water Model
Guest Editors: Sandra Fox and
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MARCH 2018
Water Ethics
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MAY 2018
Transboundary Groundwater
Governance and Management
Guest Editors: John Tracy and
Michael Campana
JULY 2018
Water Infrastructure Financing
Guest Editor: Kim Ogren

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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:
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - 18
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
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - cover3
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - cover4
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