Library

Type: Documents
Categories: Policy Documents
Only two states, New Mexico and California, currently have water data legislation. This document compares processes, outcomes, and costs associated with the legislation.

Type: Blogs
Categories: Blog
The Western US is experiencing unprecedented droughts while its population continues to grow. This puts pressure on water management systems and increases the need for regional data analyses. In 2011, the Western States Water Council launched the Water Data Exchange (WaDE) to help member states share data to enable multi-state analyses and inform regional planning.

Type: Reports
Categories: Educational Materials, Technical
This report details research conducted by the Water Policy Program at Duke University’s Nicholas Institute into the technology adoption process at water sector public agencies.

Type: Reports
Categories: Educational Materials, Technical
Recommendations for public agencies that aim to modernize their water data infrastructure, a roadmap for data modernization, and budget estimates based on NM’s Water Data Initiative.

Type: Presentations
Categories: Educational Materials
Presentation slides from the Internet of Water Webinar "Lessons from the Field: Stakeholder Engagement for Sustainable Outcomes" presented by Ashley Ward. Ashley Ward, Engagement and Outreach Associate for the Internet of Water Project at Duke University, has been engaging with stakeholders throughout the nation on a diversity of topics for over a decade. In this webinar, she discussed the Internet of Water’s four-step process for stakeholder engagement and shared lessons learned from working with stakeholders on technology and data projects.

Type: Documents
Categories: IoW General Information
A brief interview with Stacey Timmons, highlighting some of the challenges faced and solutions learned by her agency regarding water data management.

Type: Infographics
Categories: IoW General Information
A 2-page brief that discusses the Internet of Water, its philosophy, and some of its approaches.

Type: Documents
Categories: IoW General Information
A brief interview with Greg Gearheart, highlighting some of the challenges faced and solutions learned by his agency regarding water data management.

Type: Documents
Categories: Data Stories
The Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Utility Authority (Water Authority) of Albuquerque, New Mexico has been expanding its advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) program since 2011. As of 2019, 49% of its 200,000 accounts have been replaced with AMI-enabled meters. The Water Authority harnesses the high-resolution water usage, along with other AMI data, to benefit their employees, customers, operations, and water resources.

Type: Documents
Categories: IoW General Information
A brief interview with Adel Abdallah, highlighting some of the challenges faced and solutions learned by his agency regarding water data management.