Calendar notes: CVPIA Workplans for fiscal year 2017; Southern California Water Committee Quarterly Luncheon; Brown bag seminar on microplastic contamination in the SF Bay

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July 22: Central Valley Project Improvement Act Annual Work Plans for Fiscal Year 2017 – Public Meeting and Open House The Bureau of Reclamation and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will hold a public meeting and open house to present and solicit comments on the Central Valley Project Improvement Act Annual Work Plans for Fiscal Year 2017. The CVPIA […]

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July calendar notes: Michael Anderson on climate change; Lecture on using dry wells for groundwater recharge; Lecture on climate change and groundwater; Peter Gleick and Noah Diffenbaugh on megadrought in CA; PPIC: Improving water accounting

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Michael Anderson: “Climate, Drought, and Change: Where We’re At, How We Know, and California’s Future” July 7 from 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm (Sacramento) Michael Anderson works for the California Department of Water Resources and is currently serving as State Climatologist for California. Michael began working in the Department of Water Resources Division of Flood Management (DWR- DFM) Forecasting Section […]

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Calendar notes: Lecture: Climate, groundwater, and their interrelated future; Workshop: Water energy nexus; Conference: Toward sustainable groundwater in agriculture

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June 15: California Climate, Groundwater, and Their Interrelated Future (Berkeley) The San Francisco Bay Chapter of the Groundwater Resources Association’s monthly meeting will feature Bruce Daniels, President of the Board, Soquel Creek Water District, who will discuss how climate change will affect groundwater resources, including how changing precipitation rates will affect groundwater recharge and the impacts of sea water intrusion […]

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Calendar notes: Central Coast: Public meetings on water use and native fishery impacts; Public workshops on Delta Levee Investment Strategy; Lecture: Quality of groundwater used for public drinking water supplies in CA

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June 1 & 2: Santa Cruz and Pescadero: Public Meetings on Water Use and Native Fishery Impacts The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW), in collaboration with the Santa Cruz and San Mateo Resource Conservation Districts and the State Water Resources Control Board, will hold two public meetings to address how residents can contribute to water conservation efforts that […]

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Calendar notes: Water Technology Conference in Fresno; NWRI Drought Workshop in Irvine; ‘Water Shortages and Drought: From Challenges to Solutions’ in San Diego; “The conquest for and history of CA Water” in Auburn; O.C. Water Summit

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May 12: Water Technology Conference in Fresno Water, science and technology will again converge for a variety of technical sessions, exhibits and networking opportunities at the 2016 Water Technology Conference. Join Fresno State’s International Center for Water Technology on May 12, 2016 at the Veterans Memorial Building in Clovis, California for a conference that focuses on water technology innovations and science to help […]

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Calendar notes: California Headwaters Partnership Webinar; Managing Drought: Learning from Australia Webinar; Community Engagement in Water Resource Planning Workshop in the San Joaquin Valley

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April 27: California Headwaters Partnership Webinar A webinar on the Resilient Lands and Waters Initiative—California Headwaters Partnership will be held on April 27, 2016 from 10:00-11:00am PDT. The US Forest Service Pacific Southwest Region and the Sierra Nevada Conservancy will be co-hosting this session for attendees to learn more about the Resilient Lands and Waters Initiative, California Headwaters Partnership, Sierra Nevada […]

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Calendar notes: Water project operations in Fresno; Groundwater regulation in Kern County; El Nino effect on the Bay Area; Watershed University

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April 26: Fresno: Water Year 2016: The challenges of water project operations Water year 2016 follows the four-year drought period of 2012-2015. State Water Project and federal Central Valley Project allocations were reduced last year as result of the severely dry hydrology. What are the plans for this year? Hydrologic conditions, precipitation patterns, water project operations, and groundwater conditions will […]

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Calendar notes: CA wetland carbon protocol project example workshop; Peter Moyle: Aquatic California: endemic fishes, endemic problems, endemic solutions; California’s Cascade Aquifers in Mt. Shasta; Secretary Laird to speak at SoCal Water Committee Luncheon

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April 13: CA Wetland Carbon Protocol Project Example Workshop The Delta Conservancy and partners are sponsoring a CA Wetland Carbon Protocol Project Example Workshop on April 13, 2016, from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm, at the Conservancy Office, 1450 Halyard Dr., Ste 6, West Sacramento.  The objective of the workshop will be to take a hypothetical/existing Delta wetland project through the protocol […]

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Calendar notes: Water Storage Investment Program Quantification Regulations Workshop; California Water Policy Conference; Capitol Weekly’s Water 2016

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April 11: Water Storage Investment Program Quantification Regulations Workshop The California Water Commission will be holding a workshop on proposed changes to the Water Storage Investment Program’s draft quantification regulation. The workshop will include discussion of substantial proposed changes, including changes related to existing mitigation and compliance obligations, ​modifications to the application review and evaluation process, and funding for completion […]

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Calendar notes: Busy week next week: SGMA seminar, After El Nino, now what?, Pat Mulroy, and a panel discussion on oil wastewater and ag use

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April 4 & 5: Weathering Change: The Impact of Climate and the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act on California’s Water Climate change and the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA) will strongly influence water availability and allocation in California. Their joint consequences have received little attention thus far. Successful adaptation to hydroclimate change will hinge on new approaches to integrated water resources management in […]

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