The Oklahoma Water Resources Center provides informative resources and specialists
for producers in need of water expertise in many different areas such as: animal care
and production, environment and recreation, and crop production.
Animal Care & Production Water Issues
Crop Production Water Issues
Home & Garden Water Issues
Industrial & Commercial Uses of Water
Municipalities & Infrastructure Water
Pollution, Hazardous Materials & Contamination
Water & Environmental Issues
Why water rates vary and the structure of water rates to learn how to conserve water efficiently.
Test results, their interpretation and a general recommendation on suitability of the water for irrigation use and how that effect water quality.
Water-based recreation opportunities, resources and an overview of history in Oklahoma of the complexities of water valuation.
The importance of inspecting irrigation pumps, pump efficiency and pump improvement.
Review the statistics of how the expansion of irrigated agriculture in the Oklahoma Panhandle region has effected the water levels of the Ogallala Aquifer.
An overview of the issue of the non-agricultural water conservation in Oklahoma and suggests alternative policies and water use practices in the state.
A three-zone riparian buffer system can be designed to protect water quality from pesticides, nutrients and sediment in runoff from agricultural crop lands.
How to determine the optimal comparative energy cost in irrigation pumping.