groundwater model
Submitted by Pamela Justice
Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Groundwater depletion has become a global crisis.  Decision-makers at all levels desperately need to understand the unseen system beneath their feet and its connection to the earth’s hydrologic cycle.  We think that understanding starts with educating our kids!

Groundwater Flow Model
Submitted by Mary Ann Stoll
Friday, September 5, 2014

New Mexico investors propose to pump groundwater and transport it to population centers in the Rio Grande Valley. Should they or shouldn't they? How can we guide students to use Systems Thinking to examine this real-life and relevent issue as they learn important core knowledge and 21st Century problem-solving and communication skills?  This second in a series employs the ST habit of examining the big picture and challenges you to analyze changes over time in order to make a well-reasoned recommendation for this important question.

Submitted by Pamela Justice
Thursday, August 28, 2014

Back when George H. W. Bush was president, the U.S. Congress passed a law that has helped the country conserve its water supply as we face drought and climate change. There was nothing glamorous about the law, but its impact was dramatic.

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Submitted by Mary Ann Stoll
Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Can Systems Thinking help us respond to water issues? How can we teach our students to think critically while exploring rigorous water content in the classroom? Help answer these questions by joining this exploration of an important groundwater question through a Systems Thinking lens.

Colorado River in Mexico
Submitted by Betsy Wilkening
Monday, July 14, 2014

Our students had many questions about Minute 319. These answers disappeared from our website, but now they are back.

Submitted by Tara Oakes
Sunday, June 15, 2014

Arizona is an excellent testing ground for work that is being done on Mars in the search for water.

You might be wondering why, but there are many similarities between the two locations.

There is usually no water flowing through to this side of Morelos Dam.
Submitted by Kerry Schwartz
Friday, April 18, 2014

The Arizona Project WET team would like to tell you more about what we learned about the Colorado River and Delta Region. What better way than to answer real questions sent from Campo Verde High School students in Gilbert, Arizona! Here are some answers to student questions!

View of the CO River from Morelos Dam
Submitted by Jessica Ahlstrom
Wednesday, April 16, 2014

The delta was not what I expected...

Submitted by Tara Oakes
Tuesday, April 15, 2014

This Texas Girl was able to take part in the Arizona Project WET journey into the Mexican Delta to see the effects of the release of water into the Colorado River basin from the southern most point of the Colorado in Arizona into Mexico.

What I learned really surprised me!

Submitted by Tina Sleeper
Friday, April 11, 2014

"The river is resilient. Are we?"