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Press Releases

UofM’s CAESER Awarded Five-Year, $9.75 Million Contract (July 2023)

Two UofM Research Centers Merge to Enhance Offerings (December 2020)

Media Invited to Wolf River-Memphis Aquifer Research Day (July 2019)

UofM’s CAESER to Host Second Public Meeting on Aquifer Study on Tuesday (June 2019)

UofM’s CAESER Expanding to Lambuth Campus: New Operations Will Bring Research That Could Benefit Rural Communities in West Tennessee (June 2019)

UofM’s CAESER to Host Public Meeting on Aquifer Study (April 2019)

UofM CAESER Lands Five-Year, $5 Million Contract Aimed at Identifying and Addressing Water Quality Issues with the Memphis Aquifer (Nov. 2018)

Memphis Aquifer Graphics

Memphis Aquifer Breaches Updated 2023
Vulnerable areas of the aquifer in Shelby County, Tennessee.
memphis aquifer water drinking
Geology below the Mid-South: a cross-section that reveals the Memphis aquifer.
west tn groundwater recharge
The aquifer sands come to the surface in this green area known as the recharge zone.
Mississippi embayment across nine states
Bird's eye view of the Mississippi Embayment system and boundaries of the Memphis aquifer.