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Recent Cadiz Salaries (May 3, 2016)
Assistant Professor University of Oklahoma $42,860 Norman, OK, 73019 01/05/2015
General OMRON $65,998 Houston, TX, 77001 09/07/2015

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  • Cadiz Inc.
  • Industry: Water Utilities
  • City: Los Angeles, CA
  • Founded in 1983, Cadiz Inc. (OTC ¨C Bulletin Board: CDZI) is a publicly-held land and water resource management company. The Company is an internationally recognized leader in the areas of groundwater storage and supply, water-conserving irrigation and desert agriculture.Water is one of the world¡¯s most precious resources. In California, where Cadiz got its start and maintains its base of operations, considerable population increases are placing great demands on existing infrastructure and water supplies. Compounding the issue, California¡¯s current and future population centers are not located where significant precipitation occurs.