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Water and the California economy

Robert Wilkinson, Barton “Buzz” Thompson, Brian Thomas, David Sunding, Daniel A. Sumner, Sheila Olmstead, Josué Medellín-Azuara, Jay R. Lund, Gary Libecap, Katrina Jessoe, Richard Howitt, David Houston, Ellen Hanak, Brian Gray, W. Bowman Cutter | May 17, 2012
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California’s economy can grow and prosper despite droughts and water shortages caused by a changing climate—but only if threats to the water system are addressed now. So far, innovative water management has supported the needs of a growing population but serious concerns remain, including water supply reliability and declining groundwater basins.

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California’s economy can grow and prosper despite droughts and water shortages caused by a changing climate—but only if threats to the water system are addressed now. So far, innovative water management has supported the needs of a growing population but serious concerns remain, including water supply reliability and declining groundwater basins.

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economic analysis, Groundwater Exchange, planning and management