Planning for Water Resources in the Face of Climate Change with Erin Wilson

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Erin Wilson of Wilson Water Group joins The Water Values podcast in a (long awaited) episode TWV #090. Erin does a fantastic job of walking us through aspects of the water engineering profession, explaining the importance of data, and discussing how various sectors of the economy address water resources planning and how they factor climate change into the planning process. I learned a lot, and you definitely will, too!

In this session, you’ll learn about:

  • What a water engineer does
  • How data impacts water planning
  • How different sectors address water planning
  • Why different sectors require tailored water plans
  • How climate models have influenced water planning
  • How utilities, industrial water users and the ag interests react to variability in climate models

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Sorry – no transcript this week. Let me know by emailing me if you miss the transcripts!

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One thought on “Planning for Water Resources in the Face of Climate Change with Erin Wilson

  1. Jincun Zhang

    An awesome podcast!!! As a foreigner, I have listened to this podcast for more than 3 hours everyday from the day I met it. I am very glad to get many new information on hydrology and water resources from here. At the same time, I believe I can improve my professional English through listening to this interesting podcasts repeatedly. Thank you so much!

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