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Membership and Governance

The Berkeley Water Center (BWC) welcomes participation from faculty and researchers from UC Berkeley and from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Within these two institutions are over 200 researchers who claim hydrology, water policy, water engineering, or resource economics as their area of expertise. If you wish to be added to the BWC email distribution list to be informed about upcoming activities and opportunities, please click here.


Leadership Team and Primary Contacts

  • Isha Ray
    Co-Director
    Energy and Resources Group
    University of California
    310 Barrows Hall
    Berkeley, CA 94720-3050
    P: 510.642-7040
    isharay@berkeley.edu
    David Sedlak
    Co-Director
    Dept. of Civil and
    Environmental Engineering
    University of California
    657 Davis Hall
    Berkeley, CA 94720-1710
    P: 510.643.0256
    F: 510.642.7483
    sedlak@ce.berkeley.edu
    Carolyn Remick
    Executive Director
    Berkeley Water Center
    University of California
    410 O'Brien Hall
    Berkeley, CA 94720-1718
    P: 510.642.5322
    F: 510-642-5319
    remick@berkeley.edu
    Susan Hubbard
    Associate Director
    Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
    Earth Sciences Division
    1 Cyclotron Road, MS: 90-1116
    Berkeley, CA 94720
    P: 510.486.5266
    F: 510.486.5686
    sshubbard@lbl.gov


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  • Carolyn Remick

    Executive Director
    Berkeley Water Center
    University of California, Berkeley
    410 O'Brien Hall
    Berkeley, CA 94720-1718
    remick@berkeley.edu
    Phone: 510.642.5322

    Carolyn Remick brings to the Berkeley Water Center more that 15 years of experience working on California and Nevada water issues. She has held senior management positions at non-profit organizations and consulting firms. Her areas of expertise are inter-agency coordination on habitat restoration and developing incentives for habitat and water quality improvements on private lands. Carolyn was raised in Oakland, California. She received her B.S. degree from U.C. Berkeley's College of Natural Resources and M.S. degree in Geography from the University of Nevada.


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