Arizona...A Big DAM State...or Why Doesn't the River Run Through It (anymore)
An integrated, interdisciplinary unit on water and its continuing effects on the people, culture, and environment of Arizona. Water is essential to our existence and to our way of life. Our quantity of water is limited and the number of people commodity is ever increasing. We must all work interdependently toward preventing the waste and pollution of this valuable resource. In Arizona, water has influenced the distribution, kinds and number of plants, animals, and humans. For many centuries, human settlement demonstrates that water is an ever-continuing necessity in our lives and the vitality of our unique desert environment.