Chacha Sikes, a “millennial” technologist and “nerd for nature,” explains the need for a new, digital, interactive California water atlas, which is now being built by hackers and makers modeled on the original California Water Atlas published in the 1970s.
For a New California Water Atlas: A twenty-first-century manifesto
Chacha Sikes is a technologist, community organizer, and designer based in the Bay Area. She uses open-source technology to improve the public’s understanding of environmental issues. She was a Code for America fellow in 2011 and cofounded Iconathon and OpenFood.
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Chacha Sikes; For a New California Water Atlas: A twenty-first-century manifesto. Boom 1 September 2013; 3 (3): 102–109. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/boom.2013.3.3.102
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