The University of Georgia


The Water Resources Faculty at the University of Georgia are committed in our teaching and training future generations through research and outreach. By doing so, we add value to every drop and wisely use our water resources.

Learn about how we all can manage this most important of all our natural resources.

Georgia Water Facts

For the first time since summer of 2005, the water level at Lake Lanier returned to full pool. Between then and now, an extreme drought in North Georgia caused Lanier’s level to drop to record-breaking lows more than 20 feet below the lake’s full level. (Source: Published in the Gainesville Times on October 14, 2009)

Featured Members

Susana FerreiraSusana Ferreira
Agricultural & Applied Economics, University of Georgia
Laurie FowlerLaurie Fowler
Odum School of Ecology, University of Georgia
Bruce WallaceBruce Wallace
Department of Entomology, University of Georgia
Tom MoteTom Mote
Department of Geography, University of Georgia