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

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

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

California Water Reallocation: Where'd You Get That?

Natural Resources Journal | March 8th, 2017

Summary

When thirsty, Californians often avoid going to the market for more water. Instead, they might borrow some from their rich neighbors, they might sue them or more commonly

California’s First Farmer-Led Groundwater Market

The Nature Conservancy | July 12th, 2018

Summary

Ventura County, located in California’s south coast, is one of United States’ most productive agricultural counties (ranked 10th in California and 11th in th

Comparing Local Groundwater Withdrawal Permitting Laws in the Southwest and California

Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment and the Bill Lane Center for the American West | October 13th, 2016

Summary

 For the first time in California’s history, the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act of 2014 (SGMA) aims to empower local agencies to sustainably manage the pumping

Economic Efficiency of Water Use and Allocation in California: A Scoping-Level Analysis

Delta Vision | July 1st, 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 that migh

Effective Implementation of the Public Trust Doctrine in California Water Resources Decision-Making: A View From the Bench

University of California at Berkeley, School of Law | April 12th, 2012

Summary

Forty years ago, in his seminal law review article on the public trust doctrine, Professor Joseph L. Sax suggested that “citizens seeking to develop a comprehen

Groundwater Pumping Allocations under California’s Sustainable Groundwater Management Act: Considerations for Groundwater Sustainability Agencies

Environmental Defense Fund | July 1st, 2018

Summary

The Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA) became law on January 1, 2015, forever changing the manner in which groundwater will be managed in California. It requir

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