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 E-News | November 2020 
MAKING WAVES 
U RESEARCHERS HAVING AN IMPACT
The USAID funded USPCASW project concluded this year. Available are links to the final report, an e-Book with the stories of USPCASW, and a picture timeline. We invite you to view them all, use the final report as a resource, and enjoy the stories and pictures! 
FINAL REPORT

This comprehensive report summarizes the key activities, outputs, and impacts results from the project. Organized according to key project components of Governance, Sustainability, Research, Education, Partnerships, and Equity, the report balances the summary of accomplishments with critical reflection. For each component, the report presents the key lessons learned and recommendations for improvements.
STORIES FROM USPCASW

This compilation of published stories about USPCASW provides a comprehensive coverage of project highlights intermixed with reflections from project team members and affiliated stakeholders. The highly visual eBook format tells the stories using the imagery capturing the people, places, and events from the project.
USPCASW THROUGH THE YEARS

Enjoy this brief pictorial of the USPCASW project timeline. View pictures from the start to finish and experience a small slice of the people, places, and activities.
MORE STORIES HERE
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RESEARCHER HIGHLIGHT
Jewell Lund
Graduate Research Assistant, Geography

"Much of the world relies on snow-derived water resources for our drinking water and agriculture. Snow is a natural reservoir that releases water during the warmer months of the year. How this natural system is currently responding and will respond to future changes in climate is an important question that we explore as temperatures warm and population increases."
Attention University of Utah researchers: We would be happy to help share your water-related research and other activities. Please provide a brief highlight by completing this simple questionnaire or send an email to water@utah.edu. 

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