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ESI Hot Science Cool Talks: Last Call at the Oasis

  • Oct 26, 2012 · 7:00 PM

Not a CFI Austin event. Sponsored by the Environmental Sciences Inst. at UT Austin.

Last Call at the Oasis: Will There be Enough Water for the 21st Century? by David Famiglietti.

Without water, life cannot exist. Yet, our most precious resource faces major threats which are pushing it to the brink of depletion in many regions. Jay Famiglietti explores these questions for both Texas and California using innovative satellite technology and his experience as a featured scientist in the 2012 film entitled Last Call at the Oasis, which was produced by the company that brought us An Inconvenient Truth.

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  • David T.

    Scary talk - the solutions for recycling water for personal use does not come close to addressing needs for agriculture.

    October 27, 2012

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