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LOW FLOW - KXCI Tucson 91.3 FM

LOW FLOW - KXCI Tucson 91.3 FM | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Thailand is one of the world’s biggest producers of rice with annual exports of 10 million tons. But a severe drought has forced the Thai government to lower its rice export forecast for this year by 2 million tons.  The amount of useable water in the reservoirs has dwindled to below 10 percent and water... Read more »
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TROUBLED WATERS | KXCI (Radio-Tucson)

This past Friday, the Central Arizona Project or CAP and the Water Resources Research Center of the University of Arizona hosted a panel discussion at the Tucson Convention Center on the current and future state of this all-important resource. The panel consisted of representatives of the city government, the Arizona Water Department and several non-profit... Read more »
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Fathoming Water | KXCI (Radio-Tucson)

Because of climate change, increasing populations and pollution, fresh water is an increasingly contested resource. KXCI’s Melissa Mauzy hosts a series on the subject, titled “Fathoming Water”. Episode 1 features an interview with Dr. Sharon Megdal, Director of The University of Arizona Water Resources Research Center (WRRC). Episode 2 features an interview with Dr. Robert Glennon, Regents’ Professor... Read more »
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Fathoming Water Episode 1: Dr. Sharon Megdal | KXCI (Radio-Tucson)

Water Resources Research Center Director Dr. Sharon Megdal talks about the Colorado River, the Central Arizona Project, and why knowing about water matters.
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A Conversation with Gary Paul Nabhan | KXCI (Radio-Tucson)

30 Minutes spoke with Gary Paul Nabhan, Ph.D., about Tucson’s recent designation as a UNESCO World City of Gastronomy and what that means. He is the newly appointed director for Center for Regional Food Studies. Nabhan discussed the breadth of Tucson’s food cultures as well as the importance of food justice and food security for... Read more »
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Who's Who At the Water Forum | KXCI Tucson (Radio-Tucson)

Sustainable Water for Southern Arizona Forum Panel Member Biographies
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Fathoming Water Episode 1: Dr. Sharon Megdal | KXCI (Radio-Tucson)

Water Resources Research Center Director Dr. Sharon Megdal talks about the Colorado River, the Central Arizona Project, and why knowing about water matters.
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Water Forum November 6th Open to Public | KXCI (Radio-Tucson)

The Central Arizona Project and the University of Arizona Water Resource Research Center are hosting a free and open to the public Water Forum on November 6th in the Leo Rich Theater at the Tucson Convention Center. Discussing Sustainable Water for Southern Arizona includes a panel followed by a question and answer period. Anyone interested in... Read more »
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