This CITRIS Seed Funded project is a pilot study that employs cutting-edge environmental monitoring, data transmission, and near real-time analysis to assist in operating a managed aquifer recharge project, in collaboration with students, faculty from multiple academic institutions, the USGS, and a local water agency. It demonstrates how development of these types of systems can improve both the quantity and quality of available water. This project is also directly linked to the UCSC (SOE) undergraduate senior design group.
The UC WATER Security and Sustainability Research Initiative is focused on strategic research to build the knowledge base for better water resources management by applying: […]
The UCSC-Cabrillo College Ecotopia House is a “tiny house” designed to minimize residential ecological footprint through both construction and operation. More sustainable technologies promise new […]
Dear Friends of CITRIS: The protest that sparked the Free Speech Movement fifty years ago initially focused on the rights of all students to assemble […]