Archive for December, 2008
Cloud seeding plan in California sparks debateScripps Howard News Service / by Dylan Darling, Scripps Editorial: Is there a right to water?San Francisco Chronicle Sierra Warming: Later snow, earlier melt: High anxietySacramento Bee / by Tom Knudson Environmental concerns halt state’s trout stockingContra Costa Times / by Paul Thissen Editorial: Big impact for little fish [...]
Funding crisis threatens park, levee, science projectsSacramento Bee / by Matt Weiser Delta issues hold key to future water supply reliabilityAg Alert / by Kate Campbell 2008: Year in reviewAg Alert / by Steve Adler Mount Diablo’s mercury mine to get cleanup attentionContra Costa Times / by Mike Taugher Water supplies interrupted in Yuba foothillsMarysville [...]
Salmon program officially on track for JanuaryEureka Times Standard / by John Driscoll $22 million pipeline for recycled water approvedAntelope Valley Press / by James Rufus Koren Soggy Southern California Christmas could make up for a dry yearLos Angeles Times / by Nathan Olivarez-Giles Pump station in race against time: Canal authority battles city, environmentalists [...]
The Institute for Waterways and Technical Hydromechanics has announced its 2009 Colloquium on Waterpower and Climate Change. “Necessary Strategies – New Technologies” will be held March 12 and 13, 2009 in Dresden, Germany. Though the deadlines have passed to submit papers for presentation, interested attendees can register for the conference online. Original post blogged on b2evolution.
My View: Many Delta regulations miss the markSacramento Bee / by Laura King Moon Editorial: Delta dilemmaSan Francisco Chronicle New wetlands plan worries S.F. Bay fishermenSan Francisco Chronicle / by Brian Hoffman Conservation deal protects land between Folsom Lake, AuburnSacramento Bee / by Bob Walter Overnight storm to hit Southern CaliforniaLos Angeles Times / by [...]