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California Water Policy Seminar Series: Professor Hap Dunning and Justice Ronald B. Robie discuss groundwater regulation and more
April 3, 2014
WATER QUALITY: A basic primer on water quality regulation
September 9, 2020
ACWA CONFERENCE: Adapting to Flood, Fire, and Drought: A Case Study of the American River
August 26, 2020
GSA SUMMIT: Addressing environment, disadvantaged communities, and domestic wells in the 2022 Groundwater Sustainability Plans
August 19, 2020
DAM REMOVAL UPDATE: Klamath Dams, Matilija Dam, and the Potter Valley Project
August 12, 2020
GSA SUMMIT: Setting Sustainable Management Criteria: It’s easy, isn’t it?
July 22, 2020
TIM QUINN: Forty Years of California Water Policy: What Worked, What Didn’t, and Lessons for the Future
July 16, 2020
DAILY DIGEST, 10/22: Mapping ‘fossil water’ helps achieve sustainable groundwater management in CA; Patterson reservoir enviro docs approved; Wildfires can cause dangerous debris flows; Dismantling dams can help address US infrastructure problems; and more …
WESTERN GROUNDWATER CONGRESS: California Water Transfer Price Forecast
DAILY DIGEST, 10/21: Folsom’s high quality water found to contribute to copper pipe corrosion; New law lowers cost of clean water projects; Forest Service can’t afford fire prevention efforts; The legacy of nitrogen pollution; and more …
FEATURE: How dynamic are property rights in water?
DAILY DIGEST, 10/20: La Niña: Is California heading into another drought?; State wildfire response costs estimated to be higher than budgeted; New reservoir in Stanislaus County could move forward with approval of final study; Mega-fires arrived 30 years early, confounding scientists; and more …
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