The Connecticut Institute of Water Resources was established in 1965 by
the Federal Water Resources Research Act with two primary objectives.
The first is to plan, conduct and arrange for competent research in the
field of water resources. The second is to cooperate closely with colleges
and universities in Connecticut in order to develop a statewide program
designed to resolve state and regional water and related land problems.
USGS 104B Call For Proposals FY 2013-2014
BY INVITATION, FULL PROPOSALS ARE BEING ACCEPTED
DUE: 5 PM NOVEMBER 23, 2012 (FRIDAY)
The Connecticut Institute of Water Resources invites the faculty of all Connecticut colleges and universities to submit proposals for freshwater related research or information transfer on problems of importance to Connecticut
and the Northeast Region. This program is funded by a grant to the Institute from the U.S. Department of Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, as part of the National Water Resources Institute Program. Final CT IWR awards are contingent upon Congressional approval of FY 2013-2014 funding for the national water institute program.
Revised: September 28, 2012