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Occurrence and Sources of Pesticides to Urban Wastewater and the Environment
Occurrence and Sources of Pesticides to Urban Wastewater and the EnvironmentAmerican Chemical Society (ACS) | March 26, 2019...Summary
Municipal wastewater has not been extensively examined as a pathway by which pesticides contaminate surface water, particularly relative to the well-recognized pathways of...
A Review of Delta Fish Population Losses from Pumping Operations in the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta
A Review of Delta Fish Population Losses from Pumping Operations in the Sacramento-San Joaquin River DeltaSacramento Regional County Sanitation District (RegionalSan) | January 30, 2010...Summary
To reduce fish loss at the pumps, the state and federal water export facilities operate facilities which are designed to salvage fish from...
Implications of projected climate change for groundwater recharge in the western United States
Implications of projected climate change for groundwater recharge in the western United StatesJournal of Hydrology | March 1, 2016...Summary
Existing studies on the impacts of climate change on groundwater recharge are either global or basin/location-specific. The global studies lack the specificity to...
Evaluating Collaborative Institutions in Context: The Case of Regional Water Management in Southern California
Evaluating Collaborative Institutions in Context: The Case of Regional Water Management in Southern CaliforniaSage Journals | January 1, 2014...Summary
Regional collaborative institutions are seen as tools for improving collaboration and for reducing the inefficiency of fragmented management and planning. However, recent research...
Navigating Groundwater-Surface Water Interactions under the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act
Navigating Groundwater-Surface Water Interactions under the Sustainable Groundwater Management ActCenter for Law, Energy & the Environment (CLEE), Berkeley Law | March 28, 2018...Summary
California’s Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA), passed in 2014, recognizes and addresses connections between surface water and groundwater. The statute is California’s first...
Integrated Regional Water Management: Stakeholder Perspectives$0.00
Integrated Regional Water Management: Stakeholder PerspectivesCalifornia Department of Water Resources (DWR) | April 18, 2017...Summary
Integrated regional water management (IRWM) is the application of integrated water management principles at the regional level. IRWM brings local agencies and other...
City of Santa Barbara Sea-Level Rise Vulnerability Study$0.00
City of Santa Barbara Sea-Level Rise Vulnerability StudyCalifornia Energy Commission (CEC) | July 31, 2012...Summary
Cliff and bluff erosion, flooding of low-lying areas, and damage to shoreline infrastructure and development will continue to affect California’s coastal communities in...
California’s Next Million Acre-Feet: Saving Water, Energy, and Money$0.00
California’s Next Million Acre-Feet: Saving Water, Energy, and MoneyPacific Institute | September 26, 2010...Summary
A new analysis from the Pacific Institute recommends specific actions that can annually save a million acre-feet of water quickly and at a...
The Reasonable Use Doctrine and Water Use Efficiency Report$0.00
The Reasonable Use Doctrine and Water Use Efficiency Report| April 5, 2011...Summary
The purpose of the report is to review the breadth of the Reasonable Use Doctrine, which can affect all water uses, including urban,...
Economic Efficiency of Water Use and Allocation in California: A Scoping-Level Analysis$0.00
Economic Efficiency of Water Use and Allocation in California: A Scoping-Level AnalysisDelta Vision | July 1, 2008...Summary
This report identifies key issues related to the economic efficiency of water development, allocation and use in California and discusses general policy changes...