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Ruckelshaus Institute|Environment and Natural Resources


Assessing the Future of Wyoming's Water Resources: Adding Climate Change to the Equation
This report outlines the current scientific knowledge about climate change and its anticipated effects on Wyoming's water resources. Download the pdf.

Water, Drought, and Wyoming Climate (forum in Laramie, WY, 2006)
This one-day discussion among Wyoming water stakeholders and experts covered: the current understanding of climate variability and climate change as it relates to Wyoming's water, the needs of water resource managers in the context of a changing climate, and opportunities for collaborations among the participants in addressing information needs. Download the Summary and Final Report

Impacts of Wyoming Water Development Commission Regional Water System Projects on Land Use: An Analysis of Two Case Studies (report to Wyoming Water Development Commission, 2008)
This report evaluates the relationship between regional water projects funded by the WWDC and community and rural land development for two specific case studies (Sheridan Area Water Supply and Shoshone Municipal Pipeline). Download the report.

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