Most research activities will either occur in academic departments or in research institutes (which may either be in universities or external). Both of these are included in this category.
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Alaska Sea Grant College Program
Information about marine research programs, news and radio features, meeting calendar on marine and coastal issues, books and videos, and contact details.
Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant College Program
Conducts research, education, and public outreach related to water resources in the Great Lakes region. Cooperatively administered by the University of Illinois and Purdue University.
National Institute of Hydrology, Roorkee, India
Unofficial site for autonomous organization under the Ministry of Water Resources, Government of India. Conducts studies and public awareness activities in all fields of hydrology.
National Institutes for Water Resources
A network of Research Institutes in every U.S. state. They conduct basic and applied research to solve water problems unique to their area. The bulk of funding comes from non-federal sources.
Stream Systems Technology Center
USDA Forest Service organization that develops and implements methodologies for study of stream hydrology. Site provides information about physical aspects of wildland streams, especially fluvial geomorphology.
University of Wisconsin Water Resources Institute
Promotes research, training, and information dissemination to confront water problems. Includes experts directory, listings of projects, funding opportunities, conferences, library, and water links.
Water Resources Research Center, University of Arizona
Site topics include arid lands hydrology, riparian ecosystems restoration, and glossaries of hydrologic terms. Also has water education resources,
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