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Just back from talks at the GSA meeting in Charlotte, UNC Chapel Hill, Grand Valley State, the American Water Summit in Chicago, and the Milken Institute California Summit.

Next week I’ll be speaking locally, at Orange Coast College, where a screening of Last Call at the Oasis will follow my lecture.  In between Thanksgiving and AGU, I’m visiting old friend and colleague Doug Alsdorf at Ohio State.

Planning for our Middle East trip is picking up with help from Friends of the Earth Middle East and colleagues at Ben-Gurion University. We are now looking at late February for our visit, which is technically the capstone of the Birdsall-Dreiss 2012 lectures.

About Jay Famiglietti

Jay Famiglietti is a Professor of Earth System Science of and Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of California, Irvine, and the Senior Water Scientist at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory at the California Institute of Technology. He and his research team use satellites and develop computer models to track changing freshwater availability and groundwater depletion around the world. Famiglietti is an active speaker, a frequent advisor to national and international government officials on water issues, and a regular contributor the National Geographic Water Currents and to the Huffington Post blogs.


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Design professional Richard Vijgen's rendering of GRACE and USGS groundwater depletion data displayed on Times Square beginning on World Water Day, March 22, 2012.

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