Past Lab Meetings

N-Gen Lab Meeting 18 Nov 2015

Karl Flessa, University of Arizona

A brief meeting of the waters: The science and policy of the first environmental flow to the Colorado River Delta

In most years since 1960, the Colorado River has not reached the sea. In 2014, 130 million cubic meters (105,000 acre-feet) of environmental water was delivered to the Colorado River Delta in […]

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N-Gen Lab Meeting 19 Aug 2015

Water resources and global change: From the Arizona-Sonora borderlands to the Arid Americas

Christopher Scott, Professor and Distinguished Scholar, University of Arizona and Director, CAZMEX – Consortium for Arizona-Mexico Arid Environments

This presentation takes a social-ecological systems approach to better understand human and climatic drivers of river-basin water resources. With an emphasis on the Sonora, Santa […]

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N-Gen Lab Meeting 15 July 2015

When culture shapes the environment: Culinary markers of northwestern Mexico and the ecological consequences of carne asada

Nemer E. Narchi , Alberto Búrquez , Sarah Trainer , Rodrigo F. Rentería-Valencia

 Abstract

Carne asada, the art of grilling and consuming meat, has become a consumptive and culinary practice that cuts across all social spheres […]

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Fall 2013 Webinar Series

The first N-Gen webinar series was held in the Fall of 2013 on the theme, “Human-Environmental Relations in the Sonoran Desert.” Here are abstracts of the presentation presented.

“Urban Waterways: Comparative Cases from the U.S. and Mexico,”

Urban and Rural Connectivity for Watershed Management
By Joaquin Murrieta-Saldivar, Watershed Management Group – Tucson, Arizona
This presentation will touch upon several topics […]

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