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Justin Lindemann

The Little Tennessee River

Feb 7, 2022

Subwatershed Health in the Upper Little Tennessee River Basin

Western Carolina University’s Keith Gibbs discusses what he and his team are doing to advance subwatershed integrity in the Upper Little Tennessee River Basin. 

Picture of Cape Fear River in the morning in Chatham County

Jan 31, 2022

Developing Optimized PFAS Removal Technology

WRRI researchers Orlando Coronell and Frank Leibfarth aim to assist in efforts to remove PFAS contaminants from water systems. 

A truck lies inundated by flood waters from the Eno River in Durham after Hurricane Hanna.

Dec 15, 2021

Modeling Future Climate Impacts on NC Flooding with Hunter Quintal

As a 2021-22 Graduate Research Fellow, Hunter Quintal is studying how changes in precipitation and land use may affect future flooding. 

Nov 1, 2021

WRRI’s 2021 Faculty Researchers Announced

“NC-WRRI is pleased to continue supporting groundbreaking research tackling our state’s grand water challenges." 

Oct 7, 2021

NC WRRI Calls for 2022 Conference Abstracts

NC WRRI is pleased to announce our 2022 Annual Conference will take place in a hybrid in-person and online format. Abstract submissions are now open. 

Cape Fear River

Jul 1, 2021

WRRI Supporting 10 Graduate Students for 2021-22

By Justin Lindemann “We are pleased to see our funding partners join us again in support of a diverse lineup of important projects from up-and-coming researchers,” notes John Fear, deputy director for the state’s Sea Grant and Water Resources Research Institute (WRRI) programs. “With research focusing on chemicals of concern, factors for erosion, a variety… 

Mar 16, 2021

NC WRRI Conference Features Student Lightning Talks and Networking Session

During the all-virtual 2021 NC WRRI Annual Conference, students will present lightning talks on March 25 and 26. Also on March 25, a networking session will offer career insight for students and early career professionals. Each student speaker will briefly summarize their research and take questions — thus showcasing the exciting work of many projects… 

Mar 11, 2021

Treating Algal Toxins in Drinking Water with Dr. Olya Keen

Olya Keen, Ph.D. is interested in emerging contaminants and different treatments that can better our drinking water quality. 

Mar 4, 2021

Meet the 2021 NC WRRI Annual Conference Panelists

By: Justin Lindemann The 2021 NC WRRI Annual Conference may look a little different in the new all-virtual format, but the sessions still will provide the latest water resources research. In addition to the keynote speakers on March 25 and 26, informative panel sessions will cover key research, industry, agency and community perspectives. The panelists will… 

Feb 18, 2021

2021 WRRI Annual Conference Registration Now Open

By Justin Lindemann Join your colleagues, contacts and potential new collaborators for the all-virtual 2021 NC Water Resources Research Institute Annual Conference on March 25 and 26, 2021. Registration is now open for the region’s premier water resources conference — this year in a free, all-virtual format. Registration is required for both days. The agenda-at-a-glance…