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  • Recharge Net Metering to Enhance Groundwater Sustainability

    Recharge Net Metering to Enhance Groundwater Sustainability

    University of California at Berkeley, School of Law | April 2, 2018...
    Summary

    Groundwater sustainability depends on balancing aquifer inflows and outflows. Extraction (pumping of groundwater, typically for human use) and recharge (inflow of water to...

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  • Climate and Water: Knowledge of Impacts to Action on Adaptation

    Climate and Water: Knowledge of Impacts to Action on Adaptation

    Annual Review of Environment and Resources | November 30, 2012...
    Summary

    As adaptation becomes more tightly integrated into the range of responses to climate change, understanding how knowledge of climate change impacts and vulnerabilities...

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  • Trading Sustainably: Critical Considerations for Local Groundwater Markets Under the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act

    Trading Sustainably: Critical Considerations for Local Groundwater Markets Under the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act

    University of California at Berkeley, School of Law | June 1, 2017...
    Summary

    The Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA), passed in 2014, is changing the way California manages its groundwater resources. SGMA calls for the creation of local Groundwater Sustainability...

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  • California’s Stream Flow Monitoring System Is Essential for Water Decision Making

    California’s Stream Flow Monitoring System Is Essential for Water Decision Making

    University of California at Berkeley, School of Law | April 1, 2018...
    Summary

    With California’s drought risk, flood risk, and demand for water all increasing, effective monitoring is more important than ever to water decision making. Stream...

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  • Civic Engagement and Water Data: How Can California Make Data Work for Decision Makers?

    Civic Engagement and Water Data: How Can California Make Data Work for Decision Makers?

    University of California at Berkeley, School of Law | September 1, 2020...
    Summary

     Much attention is focused on water data in California, and for good reason. California is struggling to make decisions that adapt its water...

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  • The Innovation Deficit in Urban Water: The Need for an Integrated Perspective on Institutions, Organizations, and Technology

    The Innovation Deficit in Urban Water: The Need for an Integrated Perspective on Institutions, Organizations, and Technology

    Environmental Engineering Science | August 1, 2013...
    Summary

    Interaction between institutional change and technological change poses important constraints on transitions of urban water systems to a state that can meet future...

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  • Learning from California’s Experience with Small Water System Consolidations: A Workshop Synthesis

    Learning from California’s Experience with Small Water System Consolidations: A Workshop Synthesis

    Berkeley Law Center for Law, Energy & the Environment (CLEE) | May 1, 2018...
    Summary

    California recognizes a human right to “safe, clean, affordable, and accessible water adequate for human consumption, cooking, and sanitary purposes.” However, California’s small...

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  • Addressing Institutional Vulnerabilities in California’s Drought Water Allocation, Part 2: Improving Water Rights Administration and Oversight for Future Droughts

    Addressing Institutional Vulnerabilities in California’s Drought Water Allocation, Part 2: Improving Water Rights Administration and Oversight for Future Droughts

    California Natural Resources Agency | August 30, 2018...
    Summary

     In California, droughts are likely to become more frequent, longer, and more intense in the future, posing increasing challenges for water management, and...

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  • Addressing Institutional Vulnerabilities in California’s Drought Water Allocation, Part 1: Water Rights Administration and Oversight During Major Statewide Droughts, 1976–2016

    Addressing Institutional Vulnerabilities in California’s Drought Water Allocation, Part 1: Water Rights Administration and Oversight During Major Statewide Droughts, 1976–2016

    California Natural Resources Agency | August 30, 2018...
    Summary

    Climate change has already begun to affect California’s hydrology and water resources, and droughts are likely to become more frequent, longer, and more...

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  • Designing Effective Groundwater Sustainability Agencies: Criteria for Evaluation of Local Governance Options

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    Designing Effective Groundwater Sustainability Agencies: Criteria for Evaluation of Local Governance Options

    Center for Law, Energy and the Environment (CLEE), Berkeley Law | January 1, 1970...
    Summary

    With the passage of the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA)1 in 2014, California took a historic step towards managing the state’s groundwater resources....

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