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As we celebrate RTI’s 60th anniversary and the launch of the new RTI Center for Water Resources website, we are drawn to reflect on the incredible amount of progress that has occurred in the field of water resources over the past...
Yiying Xiong Invited to Join the Committee for Integrated Operations of Hydropower Stations and Reservoirs
Yiying Xiong, a Senior Water Resources Engineer with the...
HydroVision International is the largest gathering of hydro and marine energy professionals in the world.
Effective water governance means that everyone responsible for water policy, production, sustainability, security, and service delivery has the tools, resources, and capacity to best manage water and wastewater resources.
The NC Commission for Public Health has begun the rulemaking process for a new rule that would require testing and cleanup of lead in drinking water at licensed child care centers.
Advancing Local Expertise at the Panama Canal Authority: Why Giving Water Managers Better Tools Matters
Imagine driving on narrow backroads at night while your headlights are out. You’re following a friend who has traveled this way many times before and you have to drive extremely slow and rely on her to anticipate turns so you don’t veer off the road. Doable? Yes. Efficient? Not necessarily....
RTI worked with Kenya Water Resources Authority and Kenya Meteorological Department to develop capacity for seasonal water supply, flood, and drought forecasting
RTI is an ambassador of The National Weather Service (NWS), which has released its new Weather-Ready Nation Strategic Plan for 2019-2022.
We recently developed a global suite of hydrologic and economic tools and applied them to the island of Mindanao in the Philippines.
RTI and Radiant Solutions Launch STPredict for Hydropower Producers and Energy Traders in the Pacific Northwest
New product provides daily, accurate depiction of changes on the NWRFC STP before it’s publicly released
In the current sanitation landscape, public funding is heavily skewed toward sewerage and centralized treatment plants even though this excludes many, if not most, city residents in low- and middle-income countries. Most of a city’s poor residents rely on onsite sanitation, such as septic tanks...
Meet experts from RTI’s Center for Water Resources during the 2019 CEATI International Hydropower Conference.
Effective flood forecasting can save lives, property, and the environment by estimating the size, timing, and duration of floods.
When Building Farm Resiliency in North Carolina, Livestock and Poultry Operations Can Also Improve Water and Air Quality
Hurricane Florence was an important reminder that North Carolina’s livestock and poultry producers—and the people and ecosystems residing downstream of those producers—are vulnerable to the potentially toxic impacts of flooding. When swine producers operate more resilient and environmentally sustainable farms, whether through alternative land use or improved practices and technologies, they can address risks associated with flooding and routine air emissions and runoff.
RTI International Senior Water Resources Engineer, Jon Quebbeman, will be presenting two sessions at the Evolving Thinking and Practice in Water Resources Planning and Management. His presentations are as follows: