100 years of California's water rights system: patterns, trends and uncertainty

Environmental Research Letters, IOP Publishing | August 19th, 2014

Summary

For 100 years, California’s State Water Resources Control Board and its predecessors have been responsible for allocating available water supplies to beneficial uses,

2022 Drought Plan Klamath Project, Oregon-California Interior Region 10, California-Great Basin

U.S. Bureau of Reclamation (USBR) | April 29th, 2022

Summary

The Klamath Project (Project) delivers water for irrigation purposes to up to approximately 230,000 acres in southern Oregon and northern California when water is availab

A Conjunctive Use Model for the Tule Groundwater Sub-Basin Area in the Southern-Eastern San Joaquin Valley, California

U.S. Bureau of Reclamation (USBR) | February 4th, 2003

Summary

The Tule groundwater sub-basin is an agriculturally-intensive area located in the eastern-central part of the southern San Joaquin Valley, California. Urban and a

Addendum to the State Water Project and Central Valley Project Drought Contingency Plan

Addendum to the State Water Project and Central Valley Project Drought Contingency Plan | July 29th, 2022

Summary

This Addendum includes current hydrologic conditions, plus updates on the following: operations status and the latest SWP and CVP (collectively referred to as Projects) o

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 30th, 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 intense

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 30th, 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 raising the s

Alternative management paradigms for the future of the Colorado and Green Rivers

U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) | January 28th, 2021

Summary

The Colorado River is among the most extensively managed river systems in the world. The river’s headwaters are within the Rocky Mountains in the United States. From t

Arizona v. California

United States Supreme Court | March 9th, 1964

Summary

Availability of high-magnitude streamflow for groundwater banking in the Central Valley, California

Environmental Research Letters | July 31st, 2017

Summary

California’s climate is characterized by the largest precipitation and streamflow variability observed within the conterminous US This, combined with chronic gr

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