Kate Voss

University of California Center for Hydrologic Modeling

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Water policy fellow at the University of California's Center for Hydrologic Modeling at UC Irvine

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According to the White House report released today on climate change, it’s going to be hotter and drier here in California. So, how are we going to get all the water we need?

Desalination to Fight Drought?

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