Water, Environment and Arid Regions Research Center (WEARRC) in Al al-Bayt University / Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan has been established in the beginning of 2009 to serve the local community and the various economic activities in the Mafraq Governorate.
The center is conducting researches in water, environment and the arid region resources in Jordan. Also it conducts the environmental impact assessment of projects. It provides the services in the field of monitoring and environmental awareness and environmentally design constructions. It had a chance to participate in environmental legislation development in Jordan. The center is used to host conferences, seminars and training programs in the fields of water, environment and arid regions.
WEARRC is considered to be a national coordinator for proposing several projects. Furthermore, it coordinates different projects in local and international levels. In addition, the center currently is creating and managing the database of studies and researches related to water, environment and arid regions in national scale. The center is providing special technical consultant with wide expansion of research projects. The center offers specialized laboratory testing service for graduate students and faculty members in the university. It has a well qualified staff to work on getting funding in local and international scales. The center has been involved in a number of research projects funded by the Scientific Research Support Fund at the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, the University of Al al-Bayt, the United States Agency for International Development and it's a part of several consortium participating in International collaboration projects.
For more information you can visit our home page :-https://www.aabu.edu.jo/centers/ The Water, Environment and Arid Regions Research Center
The Partnership for Research and Innovation in the Mediterranean Area will devise new R&I approaches to improve water availability and sustainable agriculture production in a region heavily distressed by climate change, urbanisation and population growth
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