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  • Unintended consequences of water conservation on the use of treated municipal wastewater

    Unintended consequences of water conservation on the use of treated municipal wastewater

    Nature Sustainability | May 11, 2020...
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    Municipal water managers are intensifying efforts to reduce urban water use and increase the reliability of local water supplies to combat rising water...

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  • Synergies between climate anomalies and hydrological modifications facilitate estuarine biotic invasions

    Synergies between climate anomalies and hydrological modifications facilitate estuarine biotic invasions

    Ecology Letters | June 6, 2011...
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    Environmental perturbation, climate change and international commerce are important drivers for biological invasions. Climate anomalies can further increase levels of habitat disturbance and...

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  • The implications of drought and water conservation on the reuse of municipal wastewater: Recognizing impacts and identifying mitigation possibilities

    The implications of drought and water conservation on the reuse of municipal wastewater: Recognizing impacts and identifying mitigation possibilities

    Water Research, Elsevier | November 1, 2017...
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    As water agencies continue to investigate opportunities to increase resilience and local water supply reliability in the face of drought and rising water...

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  • Wastewater Reuse for Agriculture: Development of a Regional Water Reuse Decision-Support Model (RWRM) for Cost-Effective Irrigation Sources

    Wastewater Reuse for Agriculture: Development of a Regional Water Reuse Decision-Support Model (RWRM) for Cost-Effective Irrigation Sources

    American Chemical Society (ACS) | August 8, 2016...
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    Water scarcity has become a critical problem in many semiarid and arid regions. The single largest water use in such regions is for...

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  • Managing Drought in a Changing Climate: Four Essential Reforms

    Managing Drought in a Changing Climate: Four Essential Reforms

    Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC) | September 12, 2018...
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    California’s climate is changing. Hotter temperatures, a shrinking snowpack, shorter and more intense wet seasons, rising sea level, and more volatile precipitation—with wetter...

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  • Managing Wastewater in a Changing Climate

    Managing Wastewater in a Changing Climate

    Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC) | April 15, 2019...
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    California’s wastewater sector, which plays a crucial role in protecting publichealth and the environment, is at a turning point. Water supply and demand...

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  • Ecosystem variability along the estuarine salinity gradient: Examples from long-term study of San Francisco Bay

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    Ecosystem variability along the estuarine salinity gradient: Examples from long-term study of San Francisco Bay

    Limnology and Oceanography | March 25, 2017...
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    The salinity gradient of estuaries plays a unique and fundamental role in structuring spatial patterns of physical properties, biota, and biogeochemical processes. We...

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  • Thermal performance in juvenile hatchery Oncorhynchus tshawytscha: aerobic scope tests over a range of environmental temperatures

    Thermal performance in juvenile hatchery Oncorhynchus tshawytscha: aerobic scope tests over a range of environmental temperatures

    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) | March 15, 2016...
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    In heavily-altered ecosystems, anthropogenic factors coupled with global climate change have drastically changed available habitats for many native fishes (Cloern and Jassby 2012,...

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  • DRERIP Ecosystem Conceptual Model: Floodplain

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    DRERIP Ecosystem Conceptual Model: Floodplain

    California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) | January 22, 2008...
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    Elements common to all models (Figure 1). Gray shapes (“plaques” in Word parlance) are other DRERIP models. Brown polygons are modifying factors. Pink...

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