WEEKLY DIGEST for October 1 through 6

A list of posts published on Maven’s Notebook this week …

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In water news this week from around the web …

WEEKEND DAILY DIGEST: In California water news this weekend, Siskiyou Supervisors call on Zinke for assistance on Klamath Dam issue; Feds won't oppose Klamath River dam removal, official says; 3D orchards: UC researcher turns farms into virtual reality; Farmers frustrated over SGMA; Work continues on Oroville Dam spillway; Researchers map wells across the West and estimate 1 out of every 30 has gone dry; When the sewer pipe breaks, watch out for what comes next; Rollback of water protections spurs challenge by nine states; and more … READ IT HERE:  DAILY DIGEST, weekend edition: Siskiyou Supervisors call on Zinke for assistance on Klamath Dam issue; Official says Feds won’t oppose Klamath dam removal; 3D orchards: UC researcher turns farms into virtual reality; Rollback of water protections spurs challenge by nine states; and more …

MONDAY:  In California water news today, In 1939, the feds made a Central Valley water deal. It may doom the Delta tunnels; Future of Delta tunnels project may hang on the next few weeks; Troubled Delta tunnels plan viewed as growth ally in the High Desert; California is giving water back to native fish – but how much?; A crazy water year ended on Saturday. So did we set any records for rain and snow?; Handicapping the rainy season; and more …  READ IT HERE: DAILY DIGEST: In 1939, the feds made a Central Valley water deal; it may doom the Delta tunnels; California is giving water back to native fish – but how much?; Water issues loom but Santa Barbara has multiple plans in place; and more …

TUESDAY: In California water news today, Freeing up fish: The effort to remove barriers to spawning sites; As marijuana industry explodes, some shift to water conservation; How ‘white blobs' and other species invaded California waters; U.S. climate change policy: Made in California  READ IT HERE: DAILY DIGEST: Freeing up fish: The effort to remove barriers to spawning sites; As marijuana industry explodes, some shift to water conservation; Slideshow: How ‘white blobs’ and other species invaded CA waters; U.S. climate change policy: Made in California

WEDNESDAY: In California water news today, California reservoirs are full, but will this winter be wet or dry?; California needs better weather prediction tools for water management; Migrating birds are running out of water; Klamath Basin irrigators lose ‘takings' case that dates back to 2001 shutoff; Thousands of sharks, other sea life mysteriously die in San Francisco Bay; Study could pave the way for more local water available from New Melones; Paso Robles: ‘Critical error' found in ballots for North County water district special election; and more …  READ IT HERE:  DAILY DIGEST: California reservoirs are full, but will this winter be wet or dry?; California needs better weather prediction tools for water management; Migrating birds are running out of water; Klamath Basin irrigators lose ‘takings’ case that dates back to 2001 shutoff; and more …

THURSDAY:  Bill to ease water measuring regs awaits Governor's signature; Rebuilding the Oroville Dam spillways; Oroville Dam spillway update: 85 vertical feet with 1 month left to go; It's a Sierra surprise: snowstorm closes Sonora Pass; In a body farm for trees, scientists root out the killers; 48 environmental rules on the way out under Trump; and more … READ IT HERE:  DAILY DIGEST: Bill to ease water measuring regs awaits Governor’s signature; Oroville Dam spillway update: 85 vertical feet with 1 month left to go; Snowstorm closes Sonora Pass; 48 environmental rules on the way out under Trump; and more …

FRIDAY: Tunnels audit heaps blame on state; State auditor rips Jerry Brown's $17 billion tunnel project; State auditor faults handling of Delta tunnels contracts; Audit delivers another hit to the Delta tunnels; Delta tunnels consultant was paid millions, but auditor says firm was not qualified; Governor Brown visits LA to lobby for $17 billion Delta water project; Brown signs bill allowing water users to save money; Zinke's fire memo calls for aggressive forest thinning; and more … READ IT HERE: Tunnels audit heaps blame on state; Governor Brown visits LA to lobby for Water Fix, signs bill allowing water users to save money; Increasing chance of La Nina; and more …

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