California Colloquium on Water - Marios Sophocleous





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Published on Nov 21, 2008

Marios Sophocleous - Senior Scientist, Kansas Geological Survey

Educating ourselves to better appreciate our precious water.

Water is the lifeblood of California. Without it, the landscape we know today would not exist. Throughout Californias history, water has been a source of food, commerce, energy, and recreation. It makes possible the bountiful Central Valley farms and the vibrant coastal cities. It has inspired countless poets and painters. Californians have simultaneously fought over water, marveled at its beauty, and - through impressive feats of engineering - moved it hundreds of miles.

The popular lecture series, the California Colloquium on Water, continues. Scholars of distinction in the fields of natural sciences, engineering, social sciences, humanities, law and environmental design will offer monthly lectures. These lectures are designed to increase the understanding and appreciation among students, faculty and the general public of water resources and to contribute to informed decisions about water in California.


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