Urban Water Innovation Network (UWIN)
The network, a consortium of academic institutions and key partners across the U.S., include research, engagement and educational programs that address challenges that threaten urban water systems. The mission of UWIN is to create technological, institutional, and management solutions to help communities increase the resilience of their water systems and enhance preparedness for responding to water crises.
- Water: Underpriced, Still Expensive
- A Burgeoning Crisis? A Nationwide Assessment of the Geography of Water Affordability in the U.S.
- Quality and Reliability of LES of Convective Scalar Transfer at High Reynolds Numbers
- The influence of land-surface heterogeneities on heavy convective rainfall in the Baltimore-Washington metropolitan area
- Flash flood producing storm properties in a small urban watershed
- Diurnal changes in in urban boundary layer environment induced by urban greening
- Size matters: what are the characteristic source areas for urban planning strategies?
- Flash flooding in small urban watersheds: storm event hydrologic response
- Structure and evolution of flash flood producing storms in a small urban watershed
- “Abstracting Energy” in Energy Accounts