Now a tool developed by the Idaho Department of Water Resources and the University of Idaho is changing the face of water management and conservation by efficiently offering specific measurements of the water consumed across a large region or single field.
What does IDWR stand for?
IDWR stands for Idaho Department of Water Resources
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- Intrusion Detection Working Group (IETF)
- I Do What I Can
- I Do What I Want
- It's Different When It's Your Own
- I Don't Wanna Know
- International Display Works
- Information Dominance Warfare Officer (US DoD)
- I Declare World Peace (social media tag)
- Independent Web Designers Portal (UK)
- Inverse Discrete Wavelet Packet Transform
- Infectious Diseases Weekly Report
- Interim Defensive Weapon System (US DoD)
- International Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Decade (United Nations)
- International Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Decade (sustainable development)
- I Don't Want To
- In Dog We Trust
- Inverse Discrete Wavelet Transform
- I Don't Want to Know
- I Don't Want to Miss A Thing
- I Disagree With This Post (message-board sites)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Idaho Department of Water Resources is the first government agency in the nation to develop and use satellite-based evapotranspiration imagery to enhance understanding of agricultural water usage.
A transfer of the water rights required for Phase One from irrigation use to industrial use is pending final approval from the Idaho Department of Water Resources.
The former director of the Idaho Department of Water Resources, Dreher has been in the industry for more than 30 years, providing leadership and assistance in water supply, water rights, intergovernmental and interstate negotiations, and organizational management.
158) Deference to irrigation runs high in this arid state; for this reason, the Idaho Department of Water Resources (IDWR) opposes the use of Snake River storage for anadromous fish.
Allred is a former director of the Idaho Department of Water Resources and joined MK in 1981.
The Insightek demonstration is the result of a joint project between the company and the State of Idaho Department of Water Resources.
Financing for Trade Ally participants is being provided through commitments from the Greater Spokane Business Development Association, the Idaho Department of Water Resources, the United States Small Business Administration and a number of banks throughout the region.