Coastal Southern California is a semi-arid area, but this 5,200 square mile area with perennial sunshine has almost 20 million people and a trillion dollar economy. Water is one of the most precious natural resources for this population and economy. In addition to telling us where our drinking water comes from, Dr. Wang will give an update on the California drought, El Nino, and Integrated water resources planning. He hopes that we will realize how precious every drop of water is in Southern California, and that water conservation will be part of the living habit of Southern Californians instead of a drought emergency measure. For more information, contact Peter Eisenhardt.
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