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Conference on water and climate change at UT this week

Source:Austin American Statesman
Published:4/6/2010
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The LBJ school at the University of Texas hosts a three-day conference on climate change starting today. The conference is about managing water resources as the climate changes. According to the conference’s Web site, panel topics include climate modeling, impacts on ecological systems, implications for law and policy, and upcoming interdisciplinary funding opportunities in climate change research. The conference is open to the public, but organizers ask attendees to pre-register. READ MORE


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