Steve Glaser’s American River Basin Water Supply Project Featured in SF Chronicle

UC Berkeley Professor Steven Glaser was featured in a SF Chronicle article yesterday. His CITRIS Intelligent Infrastructures Initiative project hopes to create the world’s largest sensor network — 7,500 devices designed to measure everything from soil moisture to temperature and relative humidity in the heart of the American River Basin — that will “inform researchers and goverment agencies for the first time in detail how much water California has in its coffers — critical data for farmers and state planners.”

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