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WSP Student Fellows End-of-Year Presentations

Please join the UA Water Sustainability Program (WSP) on Friday, April 18 from 4:30 to 6 p.m., when the WSP Student Fellows will present hightlights from their research undertaken over this academic year. Presentations will be held at the UA Water Resources Research Center (350 N. Campbell Ave.) in the Sol Resnick Conference Room.

Prescott Workshop to Consider the Transferability of GCASE Project Methodology
On behalf of the University of Arizona Water Resources Research Center (WRRC) and the 
Hydrologic Research Center (HRC) of San Diego, I invite you to participate in a workshop during 
which we will seek your input regarding the transferability to other regions of the project, 
Groundwater, Climate and Stakeholder Engagement (GCASE). This NOAA-funded project, which 
carries the official title “Incorporating Climate Information and Stakeholder Engagement in 
Earth Day Screening of Watermark Documentary & Panel Discussion

The Loft Cinema, University of Arizona Water Resources Research Center and Institute of the Environment are proud to co-present a special Earth Day pre-screening of Watermark - April 22nd at 7:00

 

Phoenix Workshop to Consider the Transferability of GCASE Project Methodology
On behalf of the University of Arizona Water Resources Research Center (WRRC) and the 
Hydrologic Research Center (HRC) of San Diego, I invite you to participate in a workshop during 
which we will seek your input regarding the transferability to other regions of the project, 
Groundwater, Climate and Stakeholder Engagement (GCASE). This NOAA-funded project, which 
carries the official title “Incorporating Climate Information and Stakeholder Engagement in 
Tackling Water Quality Issues in Bolivia and Guatemala (Mark Taylor)

Speaker: Mark Taylor, PE, Principal, WestLand Resources, Inc.
Presentation: Tackling Water Quality Issues in Bolivia and Guatemala
Date/Time: Monday, April 28 (12 - 1:30 p.m.)
Location: WRRC Sol Resnick Conference Room (350 N. Campbell Ave.)

 

Tucson Workshop to Consider the Transferability of GCASE Project Methodology
On behalf of the University of Arizona Water Resources Research Center (WRRC) and the 
Hydrologic Research Center (HRC) of San Diego, I invite you to participate in a workshop during 
which we will seek your input regarding the transferability to other regions of the project, 
Groundwater, Climate and Stakeholder Engagement (GCASE). This NOAA-funded project, which 
carries the official title “Incorporating Climate Information and Stakeholder Engagement in 
Upper San Pedro Workshop to Consider the Transferability of GCASE Project Methodology
On behalf of the University of Arizona Water Resources Research Center (WRRC) and the 
Hydrologic Research Center (HRC) of San Diego, I invite you to participate in a workshop during 
which we will seek your input regarding the transferability to other regions of the project, 
Groundwater, Climate and Stakeholder Engagement (GCASE). This NOAA-funded project, which 
carries the official title “Incorporating Climate Information and Stakeholder Engagement in 
Modeling Water Scarcity and Droughts to Analyze Climate Change Adaptation Policies in the Jucar Basin, Spain

Speaker: Ariel Dinar (Professor of Environmental Economics and Policy, and Director of Water Science and Policy Center, University of California, Dept. of Environmental Sciences, Riverside, Calif.)

Presentation: Modeling Water Scarcity and Droughts to Analyze Climate Change Adaptation Policies in the Jucar Basin, Spain

EnWaP Regional Workshop on the Future of Water for Arizona's Natural Areas - Yuma

EnWaP Regional Workshop on the Future of Water for Arizona's Natural Areas

Over the past year, more than 250 Arizona stakeholders have helped move forward discussions about considering water for natural areas by participating in surveys, roundtable discussions, and/or one of 30 focus group interviews. The WRRC is now looking to build on the concerns, ideas, and lessons learned that were raised to determine recommendations, tools and action items for how Arizonans should be considering water for natural areas in our water management and planning.