Journal of the American Water Resources Association, Vol.
What does AWRA stand for?
AWRA stands for American Water Resources Association
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- Arctic Wildlife Refuge
- Army War Reserve
- Australian Wood Review (magazine)
- Authorised Weight Regulations (UK)
- Automated Work Request
- Automatic Work Request
- Automatic Workload Repository (Oracle database)
- Average Weighted Reward
- Awakened Radio
- America Westbound Rate Agreement
- Arizona Water Resources Association
- Asia Westbound Rate Agreement
- Australian Water Research Advisory
- Australian Welding Research Association
- Army Web Risk Assessment Cell
- Australian Wool Research and Promotion Organisation
- Afghan Women Resource Center
- Alabama Wildlife Rehabilitation Center
- Alkaline Water Retention Capacity
- Animal Welfare and Research Committee
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pdf), the Congress and Governors, the American Water Resources Association (AWRA), reporting the results of the Third National Water Resources Policy Dialogue, calls on these leaders to immediately address growing and severe National water challenges ranging from increasing flood damages, more frequent droughts, and water pollution to decreasing attention to environmental problems and major infrastructure renewal shortfalls that threaten water systems throughout the country.
The meeting itself was a gathering of the Colorado Section of the American Water Resources Association, its annual symposium, held for old water buffaloes and potential new ones.
For members of any NEHA, Air and Waste Management Association, or American Water Resources Association affiliate, registration fees are as follows: * full three-day registration: $130 ($165 after September 30, 2003) or * one-day registration: $75 ($100 after September 30, 2003).
Geological Survey, The Irrigation Association and the American Water Resources Association.
Additional co-sponsors of the conference include the US EPA Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water, the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, American Water Resources Association, Association of State Floodplain Managers, Center for Earthquake Research and Information and the National Drought Mitigation Center.
He is active in professional organizations including the American Water Resources Association and the Soil and Water Conservation Society.