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The Role of Science in Solving the Earth’s Emerging Water Problems THE ROLE OF SCIENCE IN SOLVING THE EARTH’S EMERGING WATER PROBLEMS October 8-10, 2004 Poster Session 1. Familigietti, Jay, University of California, Irvine, D. Alsdord, University of California, Los Angeles and D. Lettenmaier, University of Washington; Satellite Observation of Global Surface Waters. 2. Hidalgo, Hugo, D.R. Cayan and M.D. Dettinger, Scripps Institute of Oceanography; Low Frequency Drought Variability in the Western US: Paleoclimatic Indicators and GCM Projections. 3. Lettenmaier, Dennis, University of Washington, Charles J. Vorosmarty, University of New Hampshire, and Robert Naiman, University of Washington; The Global Water System Project: Understanding the Implications of Human Manipulation of the Global Water Cycle. 4. McGrath, Claire and W.M. Lewis, University of Colorado; Foodweb Interactions of native and Non-native Trout in Rocky Mountain Streams - a Field Test of Competition and Predation. 5-9. McMahon, James E., Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; The Energy-Water Nexus. (Posters 5-9). 10. Sanden, Blake, University of California Cooperative Extension; Ag Water Use Efficiency and Irrigation Scheduling in the Southern San Joaquin Valley. 11. Wu, Laosheng and Christine French, University of California, Riverside; Public Perceptions of Water Issues in California.
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