SCIENCE NEWS: Improving habitat at the Carpinteria Salt Marsh Reserve; Drone use in fisheries research; A new way to measure how water moves; New viruses discovered in endangered wild Pacific salmon populations; and more …

In science news this week: The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and partners are working to improve habitat at the Carpinteria Salt Marsh Reserve; Flying High: Drone Use in Fisheries Research; As temperatures rise, more California forests will burn; A New Way to Measure How Water Moves; New viruses discovered in endangered wild Pacific salmon populations; Seaweed farming as a […]

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BLOG ROUND-UP: SB 1, The Munich Agreement on California Water, Delta outflow measurement; Providing flows for fish; Managing a non-native Delta ecosystem; Water myths of the San Joaquin Valley; and more …

This week in California water blogs: Governor Newsom – California Needs SB 1; A bad look for the Newsom Administration; The Munich Agreement on California Water; Delta Outflow Measurement; Providing Flows for Fish; Managing a Non-Native Delta Ecosystem; Water Myths of the San Joaquin Valley; and more … Governor Newsom – California Needs SB 1: Kate Poole writes, “Senate Bill 1, the […]

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CA WEEKLY WATER NEWS DIGEST for September 8 through 13: Bay Delta legal framework explained; SB 1, Friant Kern legislation

A list of posts published on Maven’s Notebook this week … Note to readers: Sign up for weekly email service and you will receive this post as an email in your inbox on Friday mornings. Readers on daily email service can add weekly email service by updating their subscription preferences. Click here to sign up! This week’s featured articles … […]

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SCIENCE NEWS: Climate change and competition reduce freshwater rearing in salmon; South Sacto habitat plan balances urban growth with open space; DWR to study removal methods of highly-invasive plant in Suisun Marsh; Pulse flows planned for Owens River Gorge; and more …

In science news this week: Climate Change and Competition Reduce Freshwater Rearing in Salmon; Creating a legacy for South Sacramento: Habitat conservation plan balances urban growth with open space; DWR Awarded Prop 1 Grant to Study Removal Methods of Highly-Invasive Plant in Suisun Marsh; A special weir for special fish; Pulse Flows Expected to Boost Brown Trout Fishery in Owens […]

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BLOG ROUND-UP: Why SB 1 must ensure that CESA applies to the federal CVP; Legislature: Beat up Trump if you must, but fix SB 1; CA water resilience – What’s in your portfolio?; It is fall X2 time again; The good, bad, and ugly of CA’s mandated urban water conservation; and more …

This week in blogs: Why SB 1 Must Ensure that CESA Applies to the Federal CVP; Legislature: Beat Up Trump if You Must, but Fix SB 1; Overshoot: Trump’s Deregulatory Zeal Goes Beyond Even Where Industry Asks Him to Go; California Water Resilience – What’s in Your Portfolio?; It is Fall X2 Time Again; The Good, the Bad, and the […]

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UPCOMING WEBINARS: Science and policy making, Stormwater grant guidelines, SGMA grant application workshop, Adaptive management, drought outlook, SGMA 101, Tap into Resilience Toolbox, Membranes 101, New wetland regulations, and more …

WEBINAR: Science and Policy-making: Where Rubber Meets the Road September 11, 2019 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am The webinar will give viewers a window into how science is used in water resources policy making at the federal level. While the focus of the webinar is on how science is used in congressional decision-making–using California drought legislation as an example–other […]

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WEEKLY CA WATER NEWS DIGEST for Sept 1 through 6: Crowfoot, Kightlinger, and Pierre talk tunnels and policy; What’s in the CV-SALTS program; The benefits of IRWM; and more …

A list of posts published on Maven’s Notebook this week … Note to readers: Sign up for weekly email service and you will receive this post as an email in your inbox on Friday mornings. Readers on daily email service can add weekly email service by updating their subscription preferences. Click here to sign up! This week’s featured articles … […]

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BLOG ROUND-UP: California water bureaucrats refuse to use a perfectly good water delivery system; The unintended consequences of laws; Delta tunnel; Plastic in the ocean; Drinking water systems; and more …

In blogs this week: California water bureaucrats refuse to use a perfectly good water delivery system; The unintended consequences of laws; Delta tunnel:  MWD weighs moving intakes 20-30 miles north for sea level rise; A California Dream: Less Plastic in the Ocean; Who governs California’s drinking water systems?; and more … Who’s to Blame?: While President Trump attempts to fix […]

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UPCOMING EVENTS: Incentivizing groundwater recharge; Second Annual Western Groundwater Congress; SoCal stormwater workshop; Water Smart Innovations

Incentivizing Groundwater Recharge: A Berkeley Law Symposium September 10, Berkeley Groundwater aquifers continue to be depleted as pumping exceeds recharge in many regions of the world, adversely affecting human and environmental systems. Managed Aquifer Recharge (MAR) is one crucial strategy to bringing these groundwater resources into sustainable balance. However, understanding is sorely lacking about how to effectively incentivize MAR, and […]

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