A list of posts published on Maven’s Notebook this week …
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This week’s featured articles …
PANEL DISCUSSION: Making the Delta a Better Place for Native Fishes
Dr. Peter Moyle, Lead Scientist Dr. John Callaway, and OC Coastkeeper’s Garry Brown discuss recent white paper
In March of 2018, the UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences on behalf of Orange County Coastkeeper released an innovative report titled, Making the Delta a Better Place for Native Fish, which focused on ecosystem-wide restoration and reconciliation ecology. The paper recommends 17 actions which can be taken to improve conditions for fish, including some that can be implemented immediately and others that will take longer. The science-driven fish-oriented report provides a fresh and realistic perspective to promote and expedite the restoration of native fish species in the Delta.
The report was a topic of a panel discussion at the spring conference of the Association of California Water Agencies.
WEEKEND DAILY DIGEST: DWR plans to drop Lake Oroville levels; Warming drives spread of toxic algae in the US, researchers say; California has 27 million more dead trees then in 2016, but the numbers may be easing in some areas; In the Southwest, ‘drought’ doesn’t tell the whole story; Fire crews to battle dry, breezy conditions across western US into next week; Trump administration floats changes to environmental review standards; and more … READ IT HERE: Weekend Daily Digest
MONDAY: This one issue could make splitting California into three states virtually impossible; Efforts to regulate cannabis capital spark legal fight; Overpumping groundwater linked to arsenic threat; San Diego: Sand buildup at Oceanside Harbor beginning to cause problems for boats; New EPA region chief questions climate science but favors CO2 cuts; GOP chairman takes aim at environmental review law; Five things to know about efforts to repeal Obama’s water rule; and more … READ MORE HERE: Monday’s Daily Digest
TUESDAY: Dry wells, sinking land and fears of a global food crisis; Santa Clara Valley Water District to buy site for huge new reservoir, largest in 20 years in Bay Area; Feds: Americans conserving water like never before; Judge kills cities climate change suits; and more … READ IT HERE: Tuesday’s Daily Digest
WEDNESDAY: Oroville Dam: Senate passes bill to require independent risk analysis; New Desalination Process Could Extract Vital Battery Material: Lithium; A leading climate agency may lose its climate focus; When environmental forces collide; Klamath Project gets long-awaited 2018 drought operations plan; and more … READ IT HERE: Wednesday’s Daily Digest
THURSDAY: Deeply Talks: New water storage in California; Shasta Dam Raising Plan, the Pro View; EPA bill rider would bar lawsuits against Water Fix; Pruitt seeks to limit EPA’s authority to block water pollution permits; This tiny California town is suing Big Oil. It sees this as a fight for survival; After dismissal of San Francisco, Oakland climate suits, what lies ahead?; and more … READ IT HERE: Thursday’s Daily Digest
FRIDAY: Climate change contributed to Oroville Spillway collapse, study says; What’s next for Prop 1 storage projects; Oroville releases needed to meet project deadline, officials say; Justice Kennedy’s retirement could reshape the environment; Few fish for new Deer Creek fish ladder; Martins Beach: New law could force billionaire Vinod Khosla to sell public path to beach he closed; Arizona commits to drought plan for Colorado River; and more … READ IT HERE: Friday’s Daily Digest
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