Contemporary Regional Water and Drought Issues through the Lens of History
We are seeking papers for this session which focus on contemporary regional water and drought issues with analysis from a historical perspective – how history has illuminated and informed present decision-making and science. This could include but is not limited to: 1) great droughts of the 1950s and 1930s and recent drought, 2) Texas and regional dust bowl history, 3) historical flooding events of the region, 4) water issues resulting from a shared international border, and 5) the development of water research tools. All of these issues have current and historical intersection with agricultural, social, and economic sectors.
11th History Conference
Contact(s): Jean Phillips, email@example.com
27th Conference on Hydrology
Contact(s): Andy Wood, firstname.lastname@example.org