2016-2017 UF Postdoctoral Mentoring Award, UF Office of Postdoctoral Affairs, awarded to Muñoz-Carpena.

2017 UF/IFAS “High Impact” Research Publication awarded to our Science Advances (AAAS) paper “Hidden Drivers of Low-Dose Pharmaceutical Pollutant Mixtures Revealed by the Novel GSA-QHTS Screening Method”

2017 Unsaturated Zone Interest Group Symposium organized in Gainesville, coesponsored by USGS and the UF Water Institute Read more....

Our Ph.D. student Natalie Nelson selected as finalist in U.S. Presidential Management Fellows Program. Read more....

Transdisciplinary cohort of 6 PhD fellowships in Water awarded by the 2016 UF Water Institute Graduate Fellows program. The project takes a comprehensive systems perspective on an interbasin water transfer project in Costa Rica, addressing climate, hydrology, ecology, social, cultural, and legal aspects of the system. Read more....

New blog on our work on Unraveling the Effects of Dams in Costa Rica. Read more....

Our paper in Science Advances (AAAS) on aquatic effects of low-dose pharmaceutical mixtures reaches top 5% of all research scored by Altmetric .... See cool 2-min video introducing this work here ....

Muñoz-Carpena initiated as Foreign Member of the Royal Academy of Engineering of Spain. Read more....

Muñoz-Carpena elected to the Royal Academy of Engineering in Spain. Read more....

Muñoz-Carpena elected Fellow of the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE). Read more....

ADS/Hancor Soil Water Engineering National Award from ASABE given to Muñoz-Carpena. Read more....

New 2-min research video by Geraldine Klarenberg on Effects of Road Paving in the Amazon Forest. See video....

New 2-min research video by Natalie Nelson on Protection of Water Resources. See video....

Muñoz-Carpena named one of the first two UF Water Institute Faculty Scholars. Read more....

Muñoz-Carpena receives the National Postdoctoral Association (NPA) 2013 Mentoring Award. Read more....

New 2011 NSF-CNH project granted to our team! We propose to use a systems approach that features resilience as a concept to bring together economic, ecological and social science perspectives to better understand infrastructure impacts. They will study the Southwestern Amazon, a region with high biodiversity and in which highway-paving is underway. Read more....

New 2011 NSF-CIC project granted to our team to create an Interdisciplinary workgroup on water sustainability in the Tempisque Basin; Palo Verde NP, Costa Rica. Read more....

The University of Florida Research Foundation named Muñoz-Carpena as UFRF Professor for 2011-2014. Read more....

Vegetative Filter Strip Modeling System (VFSMOD-W) site has moved here.
Visit the Software section...

Mirror of the Estudios de la Zona No Saturada - Spanish Vadose Zone Studies Journal hosted here. Read more...

Living With Thirst- video collaborated by Anna C. Linhoss and Stuart Muller on the investigation of how changes in climate variability may affect the strategies that South Africans use to cope with drought. See video....