Adapting to Change: Utility Systems and Declining Flows

California Urban Water Agencies (CUWA) | November 1st, 2017


During the recent historic drought, Californians responded to the call for emergency statewide water use reductions, which the state has recognized as a highly su

Bioanalytical and chemical-specific screening of contaminants of concern in three California (USA) watersheds

Heliyon (Elsevier) | May 5th, 2022


To broaden the scope of contaminants monitored in human-impacted riverine systems, water, sediment, and treated wastewater effluent were analyzed using receptor-based cel

Bulletin No. 31, Santa Ana River Basin

California Department of Water Resources (DWR) | January 1st, 1930


Bulletin No. 32, South Coastal Basin

California Department of Water Resources (DWR) | January 1st, 1930


Clean Watersheds Needs Survey 2012

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) | December 13th, 2012


Concentrations, Loads, and Associated Trends of Nutrients Entering the Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta, California

San Francisco Estuary & Watershed Science (UC Davis) | December 15th, 2021


Statistical modeling of water-quality data collected at the Sacramento River at Freeport and San Joaquin River near Vernalis, California, USA, was used to examine trends

Contributions of recycled wastewater to clean water and sanitation Sustainable Development Goals

Clean Water | April 30th, 2020


Water resources are essential for every development activity, not only in terms of available quantity but also in terms of quality. Population growth and urbani

Cultivating effective utility-regulator relationships around innovation: Lessons from four case studies in the U.S. municipal wastewater sector

PLOS Global Public Health | August 26th, 2022


Regulation is critical for protecting public and environmental health but is often perceived as a barrier to innovation in the U.S. municipal wastewater sector. Before a

Formation and prevention of pipe scale from acid mine drainage at iron Mountain and Leviathan Mines, California, USA

Applied Geochemistry, Elsevier | April 1st, 2020


Pipelines carrying acid mine drainage (AMD) to treatment plants commonly form pipe scale, an Fe(III)-rich precipitate that forms inside the pipelines and requires periodi

Groundwater Quality of the Lucerne Valley Groundwater Basin, California

U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) | July 7th, 2022


Anthropogenic activities, including groundwater withdrawals, return flow from irrigated agriculture, and treated wastewater-effluent disposal have the potential to affect

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