09/2019—US Army Corps of Engineers Memphis District employees received stormwater certification training through TNWRRC's Tennessee Erosion Prevention and Sediment Control (TNEPSC) training program. Read more here.
08/2019—Lab with a View: In the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, UT engineering professor John Schwartz and his students are taking adventurous steps to ensure the quality of our water and air is in check. Dr. Schwartz is director of the TNWRRC. In this photo, John Schwartz and Taylor Blackstone are at their third collection point in the Smoky Mountains. Read more here.
07/2019—TNWRRC sponsored a one-day training course July 16, 2019 in Nashville, TN on 2D Hydrodynamic Modeling for Stream Restoration. Attendees learned the River2D Model, freeware developed by the University of Alberta, including boundary surface development, finite element mesh design, and applying boundary conditions for hydraulic modeling.
03/2019—The 7th Annual Watershed Symposium at UT, hosted by the UT's Watershed Faculty Consortium, was held March 26, 2019 from Noon-5pm. [Read more here]
03/2019—NEW USGS STUDIES: Hormones and Pharmaceuticals in Groundwater Used As a Source of Drinking Water Across the United States; and Regional patterns of anthropogenic influences on streams and rivers in the conterminous United States, from the early 1970s to 2012.
01/2019—TNWRRC has a new Director. Dr. John Schwartz, who is a Professor in UT's Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, has been selected to head TNWRRC, starting January 1, 2019. Congratulations and welcome to Dr. Schwartz! [Read more here.]
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