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  • California’s Water: Storing Water

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    California’s Water: Storing Water

    Public Policy Institute of California | October 1, 2016...
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    An extensive storage system plays a critical role in the state’s water management. This brief describes a number of ways to improve the...

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  • Economic and Water Supply Effects of Ending Groundwater Overdraft in California’s Central Valley

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    Economic and Water Supply Effects of Ending Groundwater Overdraft in California’s Central Valley

    San 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...

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  • Estimating the permanent loss of groundwater storage in the southern San Joaquin Valley, California

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    Estimating the permanent loss of groundwater storage in the southern San Joaquin Valley, California

    American Geophysical Union Water Resources Research | February 23, 2017...
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    In the San Joaquin Valley, California, recent droughts starting in 2007 have increased the pumping of groundwater, leading to widespread subsidence. In the...

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  • Hydrogeologic Controls and Geochemical Indicators of Groundwater Movement in the Niles Cone and Southern East Bay Plain Groundwater Subbasins, Alameda County, California

    Characterization of storage capacities and hydraulic properties of the complex aquifers and the structural and stratigraphic controls on groundwater movement aids in optimal storage and recovery of recharged water and provides information on the ability of aquifers shared by different water management agencies to fulfill competing storage and extraction demands.

    Hydrogeologic Controls and Geochemical Indicators of Groundwater Movement in the Niles Cone and Southern East Bay Plain Groundwater Subbasins, Alameda County, California

    U.S. Geological Survey | January 1, 2018...
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    Beginning in the 1970s, Alameda County Water District began infiltrating imported water through ponds in repurposed gravel quarries at the Quarry Lakes Regional...

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  • Integrating Storage in California’s Changing Water System

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    Integrating Storage in California’s Changing Water System

    University of California at Davis, Center for Watershed Sciences | November 13, 2014...
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    Surface water reservoirs provide water supply and flood management benefits by capturing water when available and storing it for use when needed. Surface...

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