Professor Medellin-Azuara quoted in a recent drought article in the Mercury News.

May 24, 2021 | News, People | 0 comments

Without water, California’s farmers make hard choices: which crops go and which ones stay (Featuring Josue-Medellin-Azuara)

Work from the Water Systems Management Lab along side a quote from the Lab’s PI Dr. Josue Medellin-Azuara was included in article published May 23rd in the Mercury Times. The Article includes a graphic made by PhD student Jose M. Rodriguez-Flores examining cropping trends in the San Joaquin Valley over the last 20 years.

 

Just because there has been rain lately doesn’t mean California is drought-free. California climate extremes have featured some of the worst multi-year droughts on record, illustrating fast changing conditions that threaten agricultural water supplies and the state’s rising population. Water management that is incremental and institutional learning at all levels have given the foundation for better water management.Besides the monetary evaluation of drought impacts, the group additionally plans to research agricultural water costs, produces a chain of news including forecasts and technical and coverage recommendations, and have interaction with clinical and stakeholder companions thru loads of channels inclusive of workshops

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