- What would it take to end California’s drought?, by Faith Kearns and Doug Parker (published at The Conversation and Newsweek)
- Californian drought: Challenges for farmers and city dwellers, by Doug Parker and Faith Kearns
- California’s water paradox: why enough will never be enough, by Doug Parker and Faith Kearns (published at The Conversation and Newsweek)
- The Art and Science of Waiting (for Rain), by Faith Kearns
- 5 Key Facts about the California Drought—and 5 Ways We’re Responding to It, by Faith Kearns
- Research Summary: Soil Type, Crop, and Irrigation Technique Affect Nitrogen Leaching to Groundwater.
- Institute director Doug Parker is a member of the California Climate Change Consortium, which issued the report, Climate Change Consortium for Specialty Crops - Impacts and Strategies for Resilience (pdf).
- A.J. Gold, D. Parker, R.M. Waskom, J. Dobrowolski, M. O’Neill, et al. 2013. Advancing water resource management in agricultural, rural, and urbanizing watersheds: Why land-grant universities matter. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 68(4):337-348. doi:10.2489/jswc.68.4.337
- Volume 3, Issue 1, March 2016
- Volume 2, Issue 2, September 2015
- Volume 2, Issue 1, April 2015
- Volume 1, Issue 1, September 2014
Archived publications of the former Water Resources Center (2009 and previous):
Contributions: Published technical reports of research projects sponsored by the center.
Annual Reports: The annual reports of the center from 1999-2009, plus annual reports from the Salinity/Drainage Program for 2000-2005.
Technical Completion Reports (TCR): Final result of center funded research projects. Each report includes the most significant findings, and when appropriate, the application or utility of those findings relative to the problem addressed by the research. Years 1998 to 2009 available full-text online via eScholarship. Previous years are available at the Archives in hard copy.
Water Resources Center Archives Library: Most older publications are held at, and are available for viewing or loan from, the WRC Archives. Some of the publications listed here are out-of-print and are indicated by an asterisk (*). They may be available from the National Technical Information Service (NTIS).