Welcome to the Purdue Water Community

Purdue Water Community

The Purdue Water Community facilitates water-related research, teaching, and engagement to improve and sustain human and ecosystem health. Everyone in the Purdue community who works on water-related research or education is welcome to participate by joining the Water Community.

 

The Community facilitates collaboration
We are enhancing Purdue water-related research, extension, and education benefit by enhancing collaboration:

  • Across disciplines - in order to address grand challenges, the Community bridges many disciplines
  • Across methodologies - the Community integrates monitoring, modeling, and other methods to enhance outcomes
  • Across scales - the Community values multiple scales that build whole systems knowledge

The Community enhances learning
We are training the next generation of professionals. Students, staff, and faculty broaden their views through participation in the Community. They are exposed to a diversity of aquatic systems and water issues, learning tools and methods beyond their chosen disciplines and gaining a wide appreciation of the field of water science and engineering.

Purdue Water Community Strategic Plan

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Purdue Water Community Brochure

Purdue Water Community Director: Ron Turco, Professor of Agronomy (765-494-8077)

Executive Committee: Chip Blatchley, Laura Bowling, Sylvie Brouder, Indrajeet Chaubey, Otto Doering, Jane Frankenberger, Tomas Hook, Linda Lee, Rabi Mohtar, Larry Nies, Linda Prokopy, Marisol Sepulveda, Cary Troy

2010 Annual Report

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About the Purdue Water Community

The Purdue Water Community facilitates water-related research, teaching, and engagement to improve and sustain human and ecosystem health. Everyone in the Purdue community who works on water-related research or education is welcome to participate by joining the Water Community.


Project Highlight

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Inland Lakes Project
This project focuses on research efforts to improve the ability of managers and stakeholders to anticipate how potential management decisions and natural dynamics influence physical, chemical and biological characteristics of lakes. 
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Featured Events

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Contact

Purdue Water Community
Gerald D. and Edna E. Mann Hall
203 S. Martin Jischke Drive, Suite 105
West Lafayette, IN 47907

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