March 21, 2013

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Colin McKenzie, a hydrogeologist with M&A, was recently invited to participate in a program offered by the National Science Foundation’s Pan-American Advanced Studies Institute. This 10-day course, “Training Institute on Adaptive Water-Energy Management in the Arid Americas,” will be held in La Serena, Chile, in late June. It will focus on linkages between water resources and conventional and non-conventional energy, as well as interdisciplinary physical and social science approaches to joint management of water and energy resources.

The training is organized by the AQUASEC Center of Excellence for Water Security, a collaboration between the University of Arizona, the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile, the Stockholm Environment Institute, and UNESCO’s International Hydrology Program, among others.

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