A Perspective on America's Vanishing Streams

Journal of the North American Benthological Society | March 1st, 1990

Summary

The free-flowing nature of streams in the U.S. has been dramatically altered over the past century, especially through construction of dams. The Nationwide Rivers Invento

Better late than never: a synthesis of strategic land retirement and restoration in California

Ecosphere | August 10th, 2018

Summary

Strategic retirement and restoration of agricultural lands is a critical conservation opportunity globally. The objective of this synthesis was to examine whether ecolog

Bioaccumulation of Pollutants in California Waters: A Review of Historic Data and Assessment of Impacts on Fishing and Aquatic Life

California State Water Resources Control Board, San Francisco Estuary Institute | October 24th, 2007

Summary

This report was written for the State Water Resources Control Board’s Surface Water Ambient Monitoring Program (SWAMP) as a step toward the development of an im

Bulletin No. 38, Report of Kings River Water Master for the Period 1918-1930

California Department of Water Resources (DWR) | December 1st, 1931

Summary

*Scan quality is poor on alternate pages. Researchers may want to contact the California Department of Water Resources, or UC Davis, for access to the original.

Delta-Estuary California's Inland Coast A Public Trust Report

California State Lands Commission (SLC) | May 1st, 1991

Summary

Effectiveness and Impacts of Dust Control Measures for Owens Lake

National Academy of Sciences/National Academies Press (NAP) | March 3rd, 2020

Summary

During the 20th century, the city of Los Angeles diverted surface water flowing into Owens Lake for water supply, transforming the large, closed-basin, saline lake into

Facing the Climate Gap: How Environmental Justice Communities are Leading the Way to a More Sustainable and Equitable California

University of Southern California Program for Environmental & Regional Equity, University of California at Berkeley College of Natural Resources | October 31st, 2012

Summary

California has traditionally led the nation in protecting and preserving the environment – and we have proudly continued the trend with the 2006 passage and ong

Regional nitrate and pesticide trends in ground water in the eastern San Joaquin Valley, California

Journal of Environmental Quality, American Society of Agronomy | September 18th, 2008

Summary

Protection of ground water for present and future use requires monitoring and understanding of the mechanisms controlling long-term quality of ground water. In this stu

State and green crimes related to water pollution and ecological disorganization: water pollution from publicly owned treatment works (POTW) facilities across US states

Palgrave Communications | August 1st, 2017

Summary

Green criminologists often refer to water pollution as an example of a green crime, but have yet to produce much research on this subject. The current article addresses

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