||Watershed-wide studies and management strategies within watersheds that affect South Carolina rivers and streams.
||Policy implications related to the social, cultural and physical characteristics of the major streams, reservoirs and their watersheds.
||Issues regarding reservoirs and major streams influenced by management decisions made in bordering states.
||Surface and groundwater issues, sedimentation, non-point source pollution, water quality and quantity issues as they relate to the management of watersheds and basins.
||The use of geographic information systems (GIS), remote sensing and image analysis and other innovative technologies involved in water resources research, technology transfer and decision-making.
|Population and Demographics
||Demographic issues, population growth and pressure on reservoirs, recreation and tourism issues, and economic development issues.
||Studies not included in other priority areas which are dedicated to solving emerging water problems and identified as critical issues by key state water management officials in the region.