August 21, 2019 | Water in the West | Insights
Australia’s Murray-Darling Basin watershed reform holds valuable lessons for policy makers grappling with environmental repercussions of extreme drought.
June 06, 2019 | Water in the West | News
A new study analyzes patterns of urban irrigation and vegetation health during extreme drought. Its findings could inform urban water conservation and water infrastructure development under climate pressures.
June 04, 2019 | The Bill Lane Center for the American West | Insights
With new rules coming into effect, farmers and municipalities using groundwater must either find more water to support the aquifers or take cropland out of use. To ease the pain, engineers are looking to harness an unconventional and unwieldy source of water: the torrential storms that sometimes blast across the Pacific Ocean and soak California.
May 29, 2019 | Water in the West | News
New web portal examines, compares and explains the permitting process of groundwater pumping across seven U.S. states.
May 22, 2019 | Water in the West | News
New research finds one drought can amplify or cause another. Decreased moisture recycling and transport impacts how droughts form and move across continents.
May 10, 2019 | Woods Institute for the Environment | Insights
California struggles to deliver safe drinking water to millions of residents. The challenges – often complex issues at the interface of human, legislative, technical, and geological dimensions – resist easy answers. Stanford experts explored possible ways forward at a recent panel discussion in Sacramento.
May 02, 2019 | Water in the West | Insights
A deep dive into how researchers across Stanford are working on green infrastructure to tackle major issues like climate change, urbanization and aging infrastructure.
April 18, 2019 | Water in the West | News
Novel solution provides insight on intrusion of ocean saltwater into freshwater aquifers.
April 17, 2019 | Water in the West | News
New report informs local agencies on avoiding water quality degradation under California’s historic groundwater law.
April 10, 2019 | Stanford News | News
Overpumping in California’s Central Valley has depleted groundwater storage capacity and caused the land to sink. A new model based on remote sensing data could help zero in on where water managers can replenish aquifers by flooding fields.