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Climate Change Takes Back Seat to Decision-making in Water Security Says ASU Researcher


February 17, 2012

 Patricia Gober The sixth largest U.S. city, Phoenix, Ariz., is vulnerable to water shortages even without climate change because of heavy outdoor water use and fragmented governance, according to research conducted at the Decision Center for a Desert City at Arizona State University. Geographer Patricia Gober will present findings from simulation modeling on Feb. 17 at the annual AAAS meeting. Full Story

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