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California Water Reallocation: Where’d You Get That?$0.00
California Water Reallocation: Where’d You Get That?Natural Resources Journal | March 8, 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...
California’s First Farmer-Led Groundwater Market
California’s First Farmer-Led Groundwater MarketThe Nature Conservancy | July 12, 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 the...
California’s Water Market, By the Numbers$0.00
California’s Water Market, By the NumbersPublic Policy Institute of California | October 17, 2002...Summary
Prepared for presentation to the Department of Water Resources, October 2002.
California’s Water Market, By the Numbers, Update 2012$0.00
California’s Water Market, By the Numbers, Update 2012Public Policy Institute of California | November 21, 2012...Summary
This report provides a check-up on California’s progress with two innovative water management tools: water marketing and groundwater banking. These tools are part...
Can Los Osos Valley Groundwater Basin Provide a Sustainable Water Supply?
Can Los Osos Valley Groundwater Basin Provide a Sustainable Water Supply?The Watershed Institute, California State University Monterey Bay | September 16, 2010...Summary
The aquifers underlying the community of Los Osos in California are impaired by nitrate pollution from septic systems (shallow aquifers) and saltwater intrusion...
Groundwater Trading as a Tool for Implementing California’s Sustainable Groundwater Management Act$0.00
Groundwater Trading as a Tool for Implementing California’s Sustainable Groundwater Management ActEnvironmental Defense Fund, Mammoth Trading, The Robert B. Daugherty Water for Food Global Institute at the University of Nebraska | December 8, 2017...Summary
Until recently, the State of California lacked comprehensive groundwater management policy. While many basins havebeen adjudicated in court or have adopted voluntary groundwater...
Incentive-based Instruments for Freshwater Management$0.00
Incentive-based Instruments for Freshwater ManagementPacific Institute | December 1, 2015...Summary
This new synthesis report from the Pacific Institute and the Foundation Center provides a review of existing evidence about the use of incentive-based...
Measuring Cost-Effectiveness of Environmental Water Transactions$0.00
Measuring Cost-Effectiveness of Environmental Water TransactionsKlamath Riverkeeper | August 4, 2016...Summary
The diversion, storage and consumptive use of water in the western United States (US) has drastically altered streamflow, water quality and a raft...
Sharing Groundwater: A Robust Framework and Implementation Roadmap for Sustainable Groundwater Management in California
Sharing Groundwater: A Robust Framework and Implementation Roadmap for Sustainable Groundwater Management in CaliforniaDuke University | January 1, 2017...Summary
This working paper offers a framework and roadmap for development of a robust groundwater-sharing system consistent with California’s Sustainable Groundwater Management Act, which...
Who Should Be Allowed to Sell Water in California? Third-Party Issues and the Water Market$0.00
Who Should Be Allowed to Sell Water in California? Third-Party Issues and the Water MarketPublic Policy Institute of California | June 13, 2003...Summary
Although significant water trading has occurred in California since the drought of the early 1990s, many localities have restricted water transfers because of...