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Water is Gold
Produced by: Lex Gillespie
Multi-year droughts are an accepted part of life in the Southwest. The summer of 2002 was the worst drought in Arizona in nearly a century. Will the next year be any different? Water is Gold explores the role of climate modeling and the effects of the extreme drought on people, livestock, policy makers and the economy. Find out, if modelers can predict future droughts? Why is the tropical Pacific Ocean important in understanding the droughts in the Southwest? What role do long-range climate models play in assessing drought conditions? Learn how modelers are constantly improving their understanding of the forces and conditions that create climatic and weather events. Producer Lex Gillespie brings the science of climate modeling, in a language you will understand.

Program Credits

Water is Gold was produced by Lex Gillespie. The show was mixed by Jared Weissbrot. Special thanks to Arizona Public Radio's Sadie Babits and Greg Garfin at the University of Arizona's Institute for the Study of Planet Earth. This program was supported in part by the National Science Foundation.

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