Publications

May 01, 2011  | Working Paper

Thomas Mercer, Jon Christensen

The state of information about water in California is woefully inadequate. Given that California has long been a center for innovation in the world’s emerging information economy and water is among the state’s most precious resources, this is nothing short of shocking.

March 01, 2011  | Reports

The homegrown innovations uncovered by this report point the way forward for local agencies to better manage groundwater in California, and the way toward an updated and improved state policy structure to encourage them to do so.

October 01, 2010  | Solutions Brief

Dick Luthy, Heather Bischel

The Challenge: Augmenting water supplies with clean recycled water.

October 01, 2010  | Solutions Brief

The Challenge: Reducing the impact of groundwater depletion on water users, overlying landowners and groundwater-dependent ecosystems.

May 01, 2010  | Solutions Brief

Craig Criddle, Brian Cantwell, Frank Wolak

The Challenge: Development of cost-effective technology for recovery of clean water, energy, and materials from wastewater.

May 01, 2010  | Solutions Brief

Our water systems in the American West are old-fashioned hybrids. All of the foundational fixtures of the West’s water system are showing severe signs of obsolescing rapidly.

May 21, 2009  | Presentations
/sites/default/files/default-thumb-2.jpg

Greg Thomas

Investigation of Central Valley Conjunctive Water Management Opportunities presentation - Workshop on the Economic and Policy Implications of Water Banking.

May 21, 2009  | Presentations
/sites/default/files/default-thumb-3.jpg

Eric Averett

Eric Averett presents Water Banking at the Workshop on the Economic Policy Implications of Water Banking.

May 21, 2009  | Presentations
/sites/default/files/default-thumb-3.jpg

[node:field-team-members:field_team_members_internal_]

Eric Hong presents an overview of California Groundwater Program at the Workshop on the Economic and Policy Implications of Water Banking.

Connect