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.
March 20, 2019 | Water in the West | Insights
Q&A with Timothy Quinn discussing his career in California water policy and his upcoming seminar series at Stanford.
March 04, 2019 | Water in the West | News
New report provides insight into the role of quantitative metrics in achieving groundwater management goals under California law.
February 14, 2019 | Stanford News | News
Landreth Visiting Fellow, Timothy Quinn and Leon Szeptycki explain the potential impacts on the future of water in California of the proposed plan to downsize the $17 billion Delta twin tunnels project.
February 11, 2019 | Water in the West and Union of Concerned Scientists | Insights
With a changing climate, how will California agencies incorporate uncertainties into their Groundwater Sustainability Plans?
December 19, 2018 | Water in the West | News
A new report shows environmental water transactions are happening more and more in the U.S., particularly short-term deals that allow irrigators to conserve or forgo water use for short periods of time.