Interviews from the recent Alberta Ingenuity Watershed Conference in Calgary.
Dr. Henry Vaux Jr from the University of California Berkeley looks at the global economics of trading water imbedded in food exports.
Dr. David Sauchyn from the University of Regina places the prairie drought and climate change within the context of the our historical records.
Dr. David Schindler from the University of Alberta presents new findings on the ecological consequences of water shortages and trophic disturbance.
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ITEM:1TITLE: Dr. Henry Vaux, Jr, Professor of Economics, Department of Agriculture & Natural Resources, University of California, Berkeley, and Associate Vice President, University of California Systems
SUBJECT: #105 Alberta Ingenuity Watershed Conference: Imbedded Water
ITEM:2TITLE: Dr. David Sauchyn, Researcher, Prairie Adaptation Research Collaborative, University of Regina
SUBJECT: #105 Alberta Ingenuity Watershed Conference: Historical Perspective on Climate and Water
ITEM:3TITLE: Dr. David Schindler, Killam Chair in Ecology, University of Alberta
SUBJECT: #105 Alberta Ingenuity Watershed Conference: The Big Picture