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Benefit-Cost Analysis of The California WaterFix$0.00
Benefit-Cost Analysis of The California WaterFixUniversity of the Pacific, Center for Business and Policy Research | August 17, 2016...Summary
This benefit - cost analysis of the California Water Fix was prepared by Dr. Jeffrey Micheal with the University of the Pacific Center...
Cal Water Fix Economic Analysis (Draft)$0.00
Cal Water Fix Economic Analysis (Draft)Department of Water Resources | August 22, 2016...Summary
This benefit - cost analysis of the California Water Fix project was produced by Dr. David Sunding with the Brattle Group and a...
Economic Analysis Guidebook$0.00
Economic Analysis GuidebookCalifornia Department of Water Resources (DWR) | December 2, 2016...Summary
Because of its considerable water management partnerships with the federal government, the Department of Water Resources (DWR) has a policy that all economic...
Economic and Water Supply Effects of Ending Groundwater Overdraft in California’s Central Valley$0.00
Economic and Water Supply Effects of Ending Groundwater Overdraft in California’s Central ValleySan Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science | March 1, 2016...Summary
Surface water and groundwater management are often tightly linked, even when linkage is not intended or expected. This link is especially common in...
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...
Economic Productivity of California Water$0.00
Economic Productivity of California WaterPacific Institute | October 22, 2004...Summary
This short summary presents information on total employment, total revenues/income, and total water use in California for various industrial and commercial sectors, using...
Economic Sustainability Plan for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta$0.00
Economic Sustainability Plan for the Sacramento-San Joaquin DeltaDelta Protection Commission | July 19, 2012...Summary
The Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta is a unique place of economic, environmental, historic, and cultural significance. The land and water resources of the...
Fixing the Delta: How Will We Pay for It?$0.00
Fixing the Delta: How Will We Pay for It?Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC) | August 4, 2009...Summary
This report examines the question of how to pay for urgently needed investments in the Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta. For years, stakeholders have been...
Guidelines for Preparing Economic Analyses$0.00
Guidelines for Preparing Economic AnalysesUS Environmental Protection Agency | May 30, 2014...Summary
The Guidelines for Preparing Economic Analyses are part of a continuing effort by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to develop improved guidance on...
Handbook for Assessing Value of State Flood Management Investments$0.00
Handbook for Assessing Value of State Flood Management InvestmentsDepartment of Water Resources | June 8, 2014...Summary
Millions of people and over half a trillion dollars in assets are exposed to flood risk in California (DWR 2013a). This remains the...
Impacts of the California Drought from 2007 to 2009: Surprising Outcomes for California’s Agriculture, Energy, and Environment$0.00
Impacts of the California Drought from 2007 to 2009: Surprising Outcomes for California’s Agriculture, Energy, and EnvironmentPacific Institute | June 16, 2011...Summary
California’s three-year drought, which ended with this season’s cool and wet weather, had complicated and serious impacts that have been poorly understood and...
NRDC Portfolio-Based BDCP Conceptual Alternative – Appendix A: Alternative Water Supply Cost and Yield Estimates
NRDC Portfolio-Based BDCP Conceptual Alternative – Appendix A: Alternative Water Supply Cost and Yield EstimatesNatural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) | January 16, 2013...Summary
This conceptual alternative proposes a smaller capital investment in a Delta facility, in comparison with the current BDCP preliminary project, and an investment...
The Economic Impact of the Westlands Water District on the Local and Regional Economy$0.00
The Economic Impact of the Westlands Water District on the Local and Regional EconomyWestlands Water District | October 11, 2016...Summary
To anyone who visits the Westlands Water District (the District), the one reality that is most obvious to the observer is that agriculture...
The Economic Impacts of Central Valley Salinity$0.00
The Economic Impacts of Central Valley SalinityState Water Resources Control Board | March 20, 2009...Summary
The study team was charged with measuring the economic impacts of increasing salinity in the Central Valley to the year 2030. The study...
The Implications of Agricultural Water for the Central Valley$0.00
The Implications of Agricultural Water for the Central ValleyWestlands Water District | September 6, 2017...Summary
This report is the companion report to last summer’s publication The Economic Impact of the Westlands Water District on the Local and Regional...
Transitions for the Delta Economy$0.00
Transitions for the Delta EconomyPublic Policy Institute of California (PPIC) | January 3, 2012...Summary
Enormous changes—from natural forces to management decisions—are coming to California’s fragile Delta region and will have broad effects on its residents. This report...
Updating the CALVIN Hydro-Economic Optimization Model of California: Central Valley Groundwater
Updating the CALVIN Hydro-Economic Optimization Model of California: Central Valley GroundwaterUC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences | July 11, 2012...Summary
Updates are being made to Central Valley groundwater in CALVIN, a hydro-economic model of California’s intertied water supply and delivery system. These updates...
Water and the California economy$0.00
Water and the California economyPublic Policy Institute of California (PPIC) | May 17, 2012...Summary
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...