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  • Characterization of Groundwater Recharge and Flow in California’s San Joaquin Valley From InSAR-Observed Surface Deformation

    Characterization of Groundwater Recharge and Flow in California’s San Joaquin Valley From InSAR-Observed Surface Deformation

    American Geophysical Union (AGU) | March 4, 2021...
    Summary

    Surface deformation in California's Central Valley (CV) has long been linked to changes in groundwater storage. Recent advances in remote sensing have enabled the...

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  • Salinity Changes the Dynamics of Pyrethroid Toxicity in Terms of Behavioral Effects on Newly Hatched Delta Smelt Larvae

    Salinity Changes the Dynamics of Pyrethroid Toxicity in Terms of Behavioral Effects on Newly Hatched Delta Smelt Larvae

    Toxics | February 20, 2021...
    Summary

    Salinity can interact with organic compounds and modulate their toxicity. Studies have shown that the fraction of pyrethroid insecticides in the aqueous phase...

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  • Advancing Strategic Land Repurposing and Groundwater Sustainability in California

    Advancing Strategic Land Repurposing and Groundwater Sustainability in California

    Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) | March 26, 2021...
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    For decades, California has been on a steady trajectory toward water scarcity, which is now exacerbated by climate change. More frequent and intense droughts and increased...

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  • Inter-population differences in salinity tolerance of adult wild Sacramento splittail: osmoregulatory and metabolic responses to salinity

    Inter-population differences in salinity tolerance of adult wild Sacramento splittail: osmoregulatory and metabolic responses to salinity

    Conservation Physiology | December 10, 2020...
    Summary

    The Sacramento splittail (Pogonichthys macrolepidotus) is composed of two genetically distinct populations endemic to the San Francisco Estuary (SFE). The allopatric upstream spawning...

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  • A 450-year record of environmental change from Castle Lake, California (USA), inferred from diatoms and organic geochemistry

    A 450-year record of environmental change from Castle Lake, California (USA), inferred from diatoms and organic geochemistry

    Journal of Paleolimnology | November 11, 2020...
    Summary

    A 39-cm sediment core from Castle Lake, California (USA) spans the last ~ 450 years and was analyzed for diatoms and organic geochemistry (δ15N, δ13C, and...

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  • Lithium in groundwater used for drinking-water supply in the United States

    Lithium in groundwater used for drinking-water supply in the United States

    Science of the Total Environment | May 1, 2021...
    Summary

    Lithium concentrations in untreated groundwater from 1464 public-supply wells and 1676 domestic-supply wells distributed across 33 principal aquifers in the United States were...

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  • DGMETA (Version 1): Dissolved Gas Modeling and Environmental Tracer Analysis Computer Program

    DGMETA (Version 1): Dissolved Gas Modeling and Environmental Tracer Analysis Computer Program

    U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) | January 8, 2021...
    Summary

    DGMETA (Dissolved Gas Modeling and Environmental Tracer Analysis) is a Microsoft Excel-based computer program that is used for modeling air-water equilibrium conditions from...

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  • Groundwater development leads to decreasing arsenic concentrations in the San Joaquin Valley, California

    Groundwater development leads to decreasing arsenic concentrations in the San Joaquin Valley, California

    Science of the Total Environment | January 18, 2021...
    Summary

    In the San Joaquin Valley (SJV), California, about 10% of drinking water wells since 2010 had arsenic concentrations above the U.S. maximum contaminant...

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  • Sediment Mobility and River Corridor Assessment for a 140-Kilometer Segment of the Main-Stem Klamath River Below Iron Gate Dam, California

    Sediment Mobility and River Corridor Assessment for a 140-Kilometer Segment of the Main-Stem Klamath River Below Iron Gate Dam, California

    U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) | January 26, 2021...
    Summary

    This river corridor assessment documents sediment mobility and river response to flood disturbance along a 140-kilometer segment of the main-stem Klamath River below...

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