Los Angeles Water Cycle The water supply for the City of Los Angeles is an intertwined mix of imported and local water. This Sankey Diagram reveals critical opportunities to improve […]
After the 1916 Complete Report on the Construction of the LA Aqueduct, Charles Lee’s 1915 Report on Hydrology of Owens Lake Basin & the Natural Soda Ash Industry as Affected by the Los Angeles Aqueduct Diversion [17mb […]
Student generated videos by by LA303L Spring 2016 #CPPLA
Jill Desimini (my grad school classmate at PennDesign) curated a fascinating exhibit about contemporary practices of cartographic representations used the creative process at the GSD. Cartographic Grounds displayed 41 maps in the […]
Capturing abstract notions of sound and wind in 2-D form was the starting point in developing a drawing machine. Constraints involved in the first phase of the project dealt with […]
The past two quarters we’ve been working on the Aqueduct Futures Project under the supervision of Professor Barry Lehrman. We have exercised our abilities to create landscapes that express cultural identity […]
humanities water footprint and virtual water mapped.
‘Paya’ will be a film about the Paiute’s water infrastructure in the Owens Valley by Jenna Cavelle.
Research sources for the hydrogeology of Owens Valley.
A Pre-Columbian precedent for the LA Aqueduct system has been discovered at Guatemala at Tikal (circa 250-800AD).
A bibliography for the Los Angeles Aqueduct