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understand + ANALYZE

Water is the planet’s universal solvent: its extraordinary capacity to saturate, dissolve, and mingle with other molecules to catalyze essential chemical reactions makes it Earth’s most potent agent of change.
— Steven Solomon, Water: The Epic Struggle for Wealth, Power, and Civilization

The second category of [WA] consists of comparative river basin-based taxonomies. [CA] compares issues of living with water, primarily within the Mekong, Mississippi and Rhine river basins. The themes compared among these three river basins serve inform additional analyses of other global river basins.

animations

 

Population, Quantity, Control (2015)

reports

River Basin Review Committee trans-boundary Report (2018)

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 "River Basin Review Committee trans-boundary Report"  with ARCHIDAM 3.0 studio, Washington University in St. Louis (2018)   link to full report

"River Basin Review Committee trans-boundary Report"

with ARCHIDAM 3.0 studio, Washington University in St. Louis (2018)

link to full report

Comparing the Mekong, Mississippi, and Rhine River Basins Report (2010)

Comparing the Mekong, Mississippi and Rhine River Basins

with MIXOLOGY studio, Washington University in St. Louis (2010)

river basin management commissions

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upper mississippi locks + dams

 

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large format drawings

Mekong River Basin Trans-Boundary Mapping: Dam Infrastructure (2016) 

Mekong River Basin Analysis

with ARCHIDAM 1.0 studio, Washington University in St. Louis (2016)

link to additional studio work

Louisiana Delta Land Loss (2014)

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Louisiana Delta Analysis

with MISI-ZIIBI-DISAPPEAR studio, Washington University in St. Louis (2014)

link to additional studio work

Coachella Valley Water Infrastructure (2016)

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Coachella Valley, California

with ARCHIDAM 2.0 studio, Washington University in St. Louis (2017)

link to additional studio work