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Daily Digest: El Nino could signal easing of drought, but drought remains ‘very serious’; Vidak, Salas call for more water storage projects; River flow plan may put SSJID water in jeopardy; and more …

Feb 04, 2016 08:50 am | Maven



Survey map Daily Digest sliderboxIn California water news today, El Nino could signal easing of California drought; Drought remains ‘very serious’ in California; Drought-weary eyes watch California’s normal winter unfold; Vidak, Salas call for more water storage projects; AP releases corrected version of drought story; Marin: Local group uses civic center as a screen to push for coho salmon protections; Lake Berryessa in need ...
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News Worth Noting: Assemblymember Dodd introduces bill to create more robust water market; Congressman Huffman applauds Klamath Act, Enviro docs for Sacramento Valley accelerated water transfer program; Truckee River basin study

Feb 04, 2016 07:27 am | Maven



News worth noting Sliderbox schematicAssemblymember Bill Dodd seeks to improve reliability of State Water Project supplies with new bill From Assemblymember Bill Dodd’s office: Assemblymember Bill Dodd (D-Napa) introduced new legislation that would help create a more robust water market and improve the ability of the state to meet the growing demand for water supply reliability and healthy ecosystems. The bill, known as the ...
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Science news: The sound of endangered salmon surviving; USGS flow-station network in the Delta; High-tech studies reveal benefits of habitat restoration for fish; Will La Niña follow El Niño? What the past tells us; and more …

Feb 04, 2016 06:43 am | Maven



Medaka fish on the ISSIn science news this week: The sound of endangered salmon surviving; Innovation in monitoring: The U.S. Geological Survey Sacramento–San Joaquin River Delta, California, flow-station network; Fuel for thought: Studying fish metabolism; High-tech studies reveal benefits of habitat restoration for fish; Major storm events play key role in biogeochemistry of watersheds; Study documents drought’s impacts on redwood forest ferns; Severe drought ...
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Metropolitan Special Committee on the Bay-Delta: Review of Historical Delta Outflow and Salinity Trends

Feb 04, 2016 06:37 am | Maven



Metropolitan Seal sliderboxSenior Engineer Dr. Paul Hutton provides a brief update on Metropolitan’s ongoing science efforts in the Delta At the January meeting of Metropolitan’s Special Committee on the Bay Delta, Senior Engineer Dr. Paul Hutton updated committee members on Metropolitan’s ongoing science activities, focusing on the work he’s been conducting reagrding historical Delta outflow and salinity trends over the last nine ...
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Daily Digest: State Water Board refuses pleas for major weakening of water conservation rules; Snowpack in the Sierra ‘growing nicely’; Klamath River dam removal efforts renewed in agreement’; Stockton and chloramines; and more …
California Water Fix update: The Design and Construction Enterprise and overview of the permitting processes
News Worth Noting: Parties agree to new path to advance Klamath Agreement; USFWS awards $5 million in grants to conserve coastal wetlands; Jackson Family Wines and “Russian River Salmonid Life Support Team” receive award; LAO’s Prop 1 handout
This just in … State Water Board Adopts Extended Emergency Water Conservation Regulation
This just in … Snow survey results show Sierra snowpack 120-130% of long-term average


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