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University of New Mexico experts work to solve regional water issues
August 16, 2004

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UNM lecture series ‘Culture of Water’ begins Aug. 24

Will we have enough water to sustain current populations and lifestyles? What does the future hold? Find some answers at the University of New Mexico.

The UNM Evening and Weekend Degree Program will present “The Culture of Water,” a Voices of the Southwest policy series, fall semester.

Lectures free and open to the public are scheduled Tuesdays
Aug. 24-Oct. 12, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., in Woodward Hall, rm. 147. A panel discussion is set for Sept. 14, and town hall tentatively scheduled for Nov. 20.

Prof. Michael Campana kicks off the series Aug. 24 with his talk “Sustainability in the Southwest: Did We Trade Our Cadillac Desert for a Chevy?” Campana will examine hydrology, water resources and modern society. For more information, contact Prof. Campana at wrp@unm.edu or 277-7759.