Bren Hall Hosts 3-Part Community Lecture Series on Water


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Santa Barbara County is among the worst hit by drought conditions in the state.

In response to this growing problem, Bren Hall will host a three-part community lecture series on water. The first session of the series,  titled “California’s Water Resources and Our Drought,” took place in May, 2014 and provided anoverview of the state’s water resources and drought actions. Bob Wilkinson, professor in the Bren School and in the Department of Environmental Studies, discussed the water conveyance systems in California, what the drought means for the state’s water supplies and actions being undertaken by state agencies. Presentations were also be made by other speakers from UCSB and by representatives from GWD. A second session will include updates on the precarious water situation and responses by local agencies, and the third session is expected to review the drought conditions as the summer progresses.

– See more from the UC Santa Barbara Current.

Santa Barbara County is among the worst hit by drought conditions in the state.

The first session of the series, titled “California’s Water Resources and Our Drought,” will provide an overview of the state’s water resources and drought actions. Bob Wilkinson, professor in the Bren School and in the Department of Environmental Studies, will discuss the water conveyance systems in California, what the drought means for the state’s water supplies and actions being undertaken by state agencies. Presentations will also be made by other speakers from UCSB and by representatives from GWD. A second session will include updates on the precarious water situation and responses by local agencies, and the third session is expected to review the drought conditions as the summer progresses.

– See more at: http://www.news.ucsb.edu/2014/014157/counting-every-drop#sthash.1uDzE7n4.dpuf

Santa Barbara County is among the worst hit by drought conditions in the state.

The first session of the series, titled “California’s Water Resources and Our Drought,” will provide an overview of the state’s water resources and drought actions. Bob Wilkinson, professor in the Bren School and in the Department of Environmental Studies, will discuss the water conveyance systems in California, what the drought means for the state’s water supplies and actions being undertaken by state agencies. Presentations will also be made by other speakers from UCSB and by representatives from GWD. A second session will include updates on the precarious water situation and responses by local agencies, and the third session is expected to review the drought conditions as the summer progresses.

– See more at: http://www.news.ucsb.edu/2014/014157/counting-every-drop#sthash.1uDzE7n4.dpuf

Santa Barbara County is among the worst hit by drought conditions in the state.

The first session of the series, titled “California’s Water Resources and Our Drought,” will provide an overview of the state’s water resources and drought actions. Bob Wilkinson, professor in the Bren School and in the Department of Environmental Studies, will discuss the water conveyance systems in California, what the drought means for the state’s water supplies and actions being undertaken by state agencies. Presentations will also be made by other speakers from UCSB and by representatives from GWD. A second session will include updates on the precarious water situation and responses by local agencies, and the third session is expected to review the drought conditions as the summer progresses.

– See more at: http://www.news.ucsb.edu/2014/014157/counting-every-drop#sthash.1uDzE7n4.dpuf

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