IWRC is part of a national program, authorized by section 104 of the Water Resources Research Act of 1984, and is a Federal-State partnership which:
There are 54 Water Resources Institutes of Center located in each states and US territory. Most are located at the state's land-grant university or a university designated by the governor or state legislature. The state water resources research institutes authorized by the Act are organized as the National Institutes for Water Resources (NIWR). NIWR cooperates with the USGS in establishing total programmatic direction, reporting on the activities of the Institutes, coordinating and facilitating regional research and information and technology transfer, and in operating the NIWR-USGS Student Internship Program.
IWRC promotes research, education and outreach to the citizens of Illinois about water resources issues. Activities of note include:
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