Media Coverage

Read recent media coverage featuring Water in the West and comments from our researchers.

August 21, 2017  | The Nevada Independent

Leon Szeptycki quoted in an article looking at the current court case dealing with Native American rights to groundwater.

August 18, 2017  | The Sacramento Bee

Barton "Buzz" Thompson comments on the organization of multiple lawsuits being filed against the state of California to block the building of the Delta tunnels.

August 17, 2017  | The New York Times

Senior Woods Fellow, Noah Diffenbaugh's op-ed on the lessons California can offer to other cities, states, and counties in the face of intensifying climate-related stresses.

August 08, 2017  | San Francisco Chronicle

Woods Senior Fellow, Noah Diffenbaugh comments on human-caused climate change and the effects on extreme weather events, such as drought.

August 08, 2017  | Monterey County Weekly

Rosemary Knight and her team present their findings from their electrical resistivity tomography study of the Monterey Bay coastline to the Marina Coast Board.

August 01, 2017  | WaterWorld

Newsha Ajami quoted on the benefits of green infrastructure.

July 10, 2017  | Las Vegas Sun

Noah Diffenbaugh discusses the effects of climate change on increasing occurrences of more extreme heat events.

June 29, 2017  | Water Online

Newsha Ajmai discusses innovative water financing and her living map.

June 12, 2017  | Water Deeply

Water in the West research and Executive Director, Leon Szeptycki, quoted on successful stories of water rights transfers in the state of Oregon.

June 12, 2017  | Stanford News

Senior Woods Fellow, Richard Luthy and his PhD student, Jon Bradshaw received four awards from the American Society of Civil Engineers Innovation Contest for their AquaCharge project. The project is an optimization tool for enhancing water system resiliency and and sustainability by using combined stormwater and recycled wastewater to augment groundwater recharge.

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