managed aquifer recharge (MAR) - also see Groundwater Recharge
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Approaches for groundwater management in times of depletion and regulatory change
Approaches for groundwater management in times of depletion and regulatory changeUniversity of California, Davis (UC Davis) | June 1, 2018...Summary
New legislation and related regulations in California mandate groundwater management to avoid undesirable results from excessive groundwater pumping and other human activities. Required...
Availability of high-magnitude streamflow for groundwater banking in the Central Valley, California$0.00
Availability of high-magnitude streamflow for groundwater banking in the Central Valley, CaliforniaEnvironmental Research Letters | July 31, 2017...Summary
California’s climate is characterized by the largest precipitation and streamflow variability observed within the conterminous US This, combined with chronic groundwater overdraft of...
Benefits and Economic Costs of Managed Aquifer Recharge in California$0.00
Benefits and Economic Costs of Managed Aquifer Recharge in CaliforniaUC Davis San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science | July 14, 2016...Summary
Groundwater management is important and challenging, and nowhere is this more evident than in California. Managed aquifer recharge (MAR) projects can play an...
Colusa County | Managed Aquifer Recharge: benefitting aquifers, farmers, and migratory birds
Colusa County | Managed Aquifer Recharge: benefitting aquifers, farmers, and migratory birdsThe Nature Conservancy | September 3, 2018...Summary
In partnership with growers and the Colusa Groundwater Authority (CGA), The Nature Conservancy (TNC) is implementing a pilot multiple-benefit managed aquifer recharge (MAR) program on farmland...
Groundwater Vulnerability Study Santa Clara County, California$0.00
Groundwater Vulnerability Study Santa Clara County, CaliforniaSanta Clara Valley Water District | October 18, 2010...Summary
The Santa Clara Valley Water District (District) is the primary water resources agency in Santa Clara County. This Groundwater Vulnerability Study was conducted...
Hydrogeologic Investigation Arroyo Seco Cone$0.00
Hydrogeologic Investigation Arroyo Seco ConeMonterey County Water Resources Agency | April 15, 1994...Summary
This report presents the findings, analysis, conclusions, and recommendations developed as part of an investigation to characterize the hydrogeology of the Arroyo Seco...
Integrating Storage in California’s Changing Water System$0.00
Integrating Storage in California’s Changing Water SystemUniversity of California at Davis, Center for Watershed Sciences | November 13, 2014...Summary
Surface water reservoirs provide water supply and flood management benefits by capturing water when available and storing it for use when needed. Surface...
Managed Aquifer Recharge in California: Four Examples of Managed Groundwater Replenishment Across the State$0.00
Managed Aquifer Recharge in California: Four Examples of Managed Groundwater Replenishment Across the StateAmerican Geosciences Institute | September 29, 2017...Summary
In California, surface water from rainfall, snowmelt, and distant rivers rarely meets the state’s urban and agricultural water needs. Groundwater is an essential...
Managed winter flooding of alfalfa recharges groundwater with minimal crop damage$0.00
Managed winter flooding of alfalfa recharges groundwater with minimal crop damageCalifornia Agriculture | January 16, 2018...Summary
It is well known that California experiences dramatic swings in precipitation that are difficult to predict and challenging to agriculture. In times of...
On-farm flood capture could reduce groundwater overdraft in Kings River Basin
On-farm flood capture could reduce groundwater overdraft in Kings River BasinCalifornia Agriculture | November 16, 2016...Summary
Chronic groundwater overdraft threatens agricultural sustainability in California’s Central Valley. Diverting flood flows onto farmland for groundwater recharge offers an opportunity to help address...