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(Commercial/Industrial) Water and Power Rates Request, 2016-2020
(Commercial/Industrial) Water and Power Rates Request, 2016-2020Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) | July 1, 2015...Summary
100-Year Flood – It’s All About Chance
A Research Guide to California Water Law$0.00
Achieving State Goals for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta$0.00
Achieving State Goals for the Sacramento-San Joaquin DeltaLegislative Analyst's Office | January 15, 2015...Summary
The Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta (Delta) is a biodiverse ecosystem that covers about 1,150 square miles and supports over 700 species of fish and...
An Introduction to the San Francisco Estuary$0.00
California Non-Point Source Encyclopedia$0.00
California Non-Point Source EncyclopediaCalifornia State Water Resources Control Board | July 20, 2004...Summary
The goal of this guidance document is to provide the best, most relevant information to State agencies, regional boards, local agencies, and nonpoint...
California Water Myths$0.00
California Water MythsPublic Policy Institute of California | November 25, 2009...Summary
California faces enormous challenges in establishing a sustainable path for water resource management. One challenge is the rhetoric surrounding major water issues in...
California’s Water: An LAO Primer$0.00
California’s Water: An LAO PrimerLegislative Analyst's Office | October 22, 2008...Summary
California’s water delivery system is facing a series of challenges due in part to a combination of increasingly variable weather conditions, legal requirements,...
Challenges Facing the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta: Complex, Chaotic, or Simply Cantankerous?$0.00
Challenges Facing the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta: Complex, Chaotic, or Simply Cantankerous?Delta Stewardship Council | April 9, 2015...Summary
In 2014, the California Natural Resources Agency and the U.S. Department of the Interior asked the authors of this paper, as four former...
Climate Change and the Delta$0.00
Climate Change and the DeltaSan Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science | October 1, 2016...Summary
Climate change amounts to a fast approaching, “new” stressor in the Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta system. In response to California’s extreme natural hydroclimatic variability,...