Water conservation in Southern California has become a heightened issue among water users over the past decade. In the midst of a drought starting in 2005, University of California Center for Hydrologic Modeling (UCCHM) water researchers have relentlessly tried to share important research findings with policy makers and the public to expose the dire need … Continue reading
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When the smog clears and we have a reprieve from the monsoon, life in Kathmandu can provide an unexpected wonder. A simple text message saying, “The mountains are out!” and I know to head to a balcony to catch a glimpse of the imposing Himalayas. You can see their snowy peaks poking over the lowland … Continue reading
Congratulations to Richard Vijgen, the winner of the HeadsUp! 2011 visualization contest, announced on December 7th by contest organizers Peggy Weil and Visualizing.org. Contestants, who were design professionals and students, used real groundwater data, including our groundwater depletion estimates derived from NASA GRACE observations, to produce informative and visually-stimulating animations that help drive home the message of widespread groundwater depletion all … Continue reading
Secretary of Energy Steven Chu is passionate about water. In case you missed Chu’s widely publicized interview with the LA Times back in February 2009, just after he took office, it is worth a read. Dr. Chu rightly expresses grave concern over water issues in the U.S., including their potential impacts on agriculture in California, … Continue reading