Water Resources Podcast Focuses on Climate-related Challenges

Thu, May 18, 2023

In a new podcast series, NAE Member Bridget Scanlon leads discussions with leading experts on water and related issues. The Water Resources Podcast presents challenges with water resources related to climate such as droughts, floods and overexploitation by humans. Potential solutions to these challenges are also discussed.

WaterResource_Podcast_Logo.pngRegions covered range from local to global scale, and approaches considered include satellite and ground-based monitoring, and global to regional modeling.

To date, six podcasts have been released.

The Water Resources Podcast can be found across numerous social media channels including:

Scanlon is the Fisher Endowed Chair in Geological Sciences, Bureau of Economic Geology, Jackson School of Geosciences, at the University of Texas at Austin. Her “contributions to the evaluation of groundwater recharge and aquifer depletion” contributed to her election to NAE in 2016.

The Water Resources Podcast is a production of the Bureau of Economic Geology, The Jackson School of Geosciences at the University of Texas at Austin in partnership with the National Academy of Engineering. The podcast is supported by the Fisher Foundation.