Kentucky Water Resources Research Institute (KWRRI)

 

 

KWRRI Reports-click each to open-download any pdf to print

KWRRI Annual Symposium Abstracts

Each year a symposium is conducted to document the views and conclusion by authors and presentors representing a part of the state water resources research institute annual program. This is supported by Grant/Cooperative Agreement Number G11AP20081 from the United States Geological Survey. The views are solely the authors.

KWRRI Research_Report 1966-1997

Previous year documents are archived here for viewing and printing concerning the technical research that was conducted on behalf the of the water institute for those years. Oldest 1966 to newest 1997 order by Research Report number.

USGS 104B Annual Reports

Annual reports for Kentucky are written for the USGS 104b grant program in this one document each year. Each student awarded writes a 1. synopsis, 2. cites research, 3. describes activities, 4. summarizes support, 5. other awards earned that year. The grant allows for the annual meeting in Washington D.C. for the Director and Associate Director.

KWRRI Water Quality Assessment Reports

Two reports are here from 2008 for North Fork and Upper Cumberland Rivers

 

Kentucky River Water Watch Report

Click on each of the links for these events below:

KRWW Annual Conference and Spring Newsletter 2016

 

Kentucky River Reports

History of the Kentucky River

Kentucky River Navigation Charts

 

KWRRI Research Reports

Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant Stakeholder Vision Project Report

The KWRRI, through its partnership with the KRCEE, and the UK-SRC Research Translation Core that has brought together experts from Community-Based Participatory Communication and Structured Public Involvement to develop an innovative approach for community engagement in determining the future of Superfund sites. The KRCEE team has been charged by Kentucky's Congressional delegation and the United States Department of Energy with integrating public, regulatory, and technical community visions to produce a publicly approved Future State Vision Report for the Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant (PGDP) National Priority List Superfund site. The methodology being implemented includes personal interviews, focus groups, and large community meetings, with individuals from disparate stakeholder groups engaged at each stage. The data gathered during the interview and focus group stages is informing the creation of sample scenario visualizations that will be discussed and scored during the community meeting stage. The project has resulted in a PGDP Future State Vision Document that, while not decisional, will be available to inform future US Department of Energy decisions related to the disposition of the PGDP after decommissioning. More detail about this exciting project can be found on the KRCEE. A copy of the Final Report can be found from the following link.

Community Visions for the Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant Site Project Report

Floyds Flork Watershed Stakeholder Engagement Report