NEWS WORTH NOTING: Reclamation invites public input on efforts to maximize water deliveries and power generation from Central Valley Project

Reclamation invites public input on efforts to maximize water deliveries and power generation from Central Valley Project From the Bureau of Reclamation: The Bureau of Reclamation has announced it will conduct an environmental analysis of potential modifications to the operation of the Central Valley Project, in coordination with California’s State Water Project, to maximize water deliveries and optimize marketable power […]

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REIMAGINING THE CADILLAC DESERT, Part 3: How are cities looking at water?

Pat Mulroy, LA DWP’s David Pettijohn, and Ventura Water’s Shana Epstein discuss their strategies for providing water to their customers in a future of increasing water challenges Cities are finding it increasingly difficult to provide clean and affordable water service in the face of water shortages and rapidly changing regulatory, physical, and fiscal constraints.  In the last part of coverage […]

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State of Bay Delta Science 2016, part 1: Implementing One Delta, One Science; Delta water management – Where are we and where should we go?

Dr. Peter Goodwin on the challenges and opportunities of implementing the Delta Science Plan, and Dr. Jay Lund on water management and the Delta The State of Bay-Delta Science 2008 report was the CALFED Science Program’s first extensive effort at compiling, synthesizing, and communicating the scientific understanding of the Delta as it was at the time of its publication. The […]

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