The Institute for Water and Watersheds (IWW) is Oregon’s federally-designated water resources research institute. Its role is to catalyze water research by:
Assembling diverse research teams and leading interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary water research projects.
Helping policy makers and water managers collaborate with university faculty as they seek solutions to complex water issues.
Offering training and access to water quality and stable isotope analysis facilities through a shared laboratory called the IWW Collaboratory.
Encouraging community and collaboration among water faculty, students and water managers by sponsoring events and producing a weekly campus water newsletter.
Assisting faculty with project development and management.
CEOAS - G&G Seminar - Dorthe Wildenschild, OSU
Western Forestry Graduate Research Symposium
The theme for this yearâ€™s symposium is
Branching out: Communicating forest research beyond
academics. This unique all-college event is an
exciting opportunity to share research and ideas
Hydrophiles Happy Hour
WRGP Spring Seminar Series: Byron Crump "Can patterns in microbial community diversity and metagenomics serve as indicators of ecosystem change?"
WRGP Spring Seminar Series: Alba Argerich "Aquatic Contribution Of A Small Headwater Stream To The Carbon Cycle"
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