2015 Managing drought and scarcity in semi-arid lands: the cases of California and Spain Workshop
An overview of California's water resources and their management. Jay Lund, University of California, Davis. View Presentation.
An overview of the water resources of Spain and its management. Nuria Hernandez-Mora, Universidad de Sevilla. View Presentation.
Drought in Spain: characteristics and important aspects. Joaquín Andreu, Polytechnic University of Valencia. View Presentation.
Drought in California: characteristics and important aspects. Heather Cooley, Pacific Institute. View Presentation.
Global Shortage: the perspective of California. Ariel Dinar, University of California, Riverside. View Presentation.
Global Shortage: the perspective of Spain. Alberto Garrido, Univ. Politécnica de Madrid, and Water Observatory, Botín Foundation. View Presentation.
Lessons of drought: what worked well and what went wrong in California. Richard Howitt, University of California Davis. View Presentation.
Lessons of drought: what worked well and what went wrong in Spain. Luis Garrote - Ana Iglesias, Polytechnic University of Madrid. View Presentation
The role of groundwater to manage drought in California. Vice President Daniel Dooley, University of California. View Presentation.
The role of groundwater to manage drought in Spain. Emilio Custodio, Andrés Sahuquillo, M.Ramón Llamas, Polytechnic University of Catalonia, Valencia Polytechnic Univ; Univ Complutense and Water Observatory, F. Booty. View Presentation.
Debate: What can highlight facing the management of future droughts from the recent experiences of Spain and California? Helen Ingram, University of California, Irvine; Douglas Parker, University of California, California Institute for Water Resources; Joan Girona, Catalunya IRTA (view presentation); Elijah Fereres, IAS-CSIC University of Córdoba (view presentation); Marcuello Concepción, Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment.