California Water News for June 23, 2017

KRCRTV.COM: Cleanup and debris removal scheduled for Oroville’s Riverbend Park The Turlock Journal: Heat wave brings excess water Chico Enterprise-Record: Editorial: Friday, let the pros work on cleaning up Riverbend Chico Enterprise-Record: Now’s the time to file claims for losses during the spillway crisis Modesto Bee: Why go for desal when California has cheaper options? KPBS: San Diego Water Rate Dispute […]

California Water News for June 22, 2017

Los Angeles Times: California sees some of highest temperatures ever recorded amid … SFGate: California heat wave to peak Thursday: Here are locations that will … Sacramento Bee: ‘Nothing secret about the new dam safety legislation,’ state says International Water Power and Dam Construction: Scale model to test Oroville Dam repair options Oroville Mercury Register: Heat wave should not hinder […]

California Water News for June 21, 2017

McClatchy DC: Bill aims to help California save water for a not-so-rainy day California Magazine: Hell or High Water: How Will CA Adapt to the Anthropocene? Oroville Mercury Register: Oroville City Council extends DWR settlement agreement KRCRTV.COM: Scary looking fish make new home at Feather River Fish Hatchery San Jose Inside: Water District Resists Installing Low-Tech Pumps that Might Have […]

California News for June 20, 2017

San Francisco Chronicle: As summer nears, historic winter still grips state’s high country HydroWorld: Oroville Dam situation leads state to order in-depth assessment of more than 50 dams KHL Group: Fears of Californian dam flaws RailwayAge Magazine: Caltrain commits to water conservation First Day Of Summer: Hot Weather & Cold Water CBS San Francisco Bay Area: Heat Wave Accelerating Runoff […]

California Water News for June 19, 2017

San Francisco Chronicle: Oroville Dam repair is huge, but so is residents’ mistrust San Francisco Chronicle: Dam safety records should be public Oroville Mercury Register: DWR settlement agreement: Oroville may stick it out for another year California Water Blog: Irrigation Management in the Western States, seen from overseas San Diego Union-Tribune: Could desalinated water from Mexico flow to San Diego? News […]

California Water News for June 16, 2017

San Francisco Chronicle: Study: California’s seasonal rain and snow triggering earthquakes Sacramento Bee: California Legislature votes to keep dam-safety plans secret Associated Press: In wake of crisis, California takes a hard look at dams CBS San Francisco Bay Area: Rivers Across The West Turn Dangerous As Days Warm, Snow Melts Sacramento Bee: California still digging out snowy roads, but heat […]

California Water News for June 15, 2017

Associated Press: California ordering inspections at aging dams after crisis Oroville Mercury Register: See the view from the top of the spillway with State Parks new webcam Sacramento Bee: See where the proposed Delta tunnels would go KMPH Fox 26: California firms up marijuana rules, will allow deliveries Carmichael Times: Democrats Deny Funding for Critical Levee Repairs Needed after … […]

California Water News for June 14, 2017

Los Angeles Times: State orders in-depth assessments of more than 50 California dams following Oroville crisis Sacramento Bee: Why years of waiting may be over on Delta tunnels Central Valley Business Times: New Delta research station moves closer to construction KCRA Sacramento: Oroville Dam: Here’s how things stand now The Weather Network: Final stretch of Spring brings high heat to […]

California Water News for June 13, 2017

Associated Press: Snowmelt raises fears for increased drownings in California’s rivers Capital Public Radio News: What Did California Learn From The Drought? Chico Enterprise-Record: Crews recognized for creative engineering to save salmon The Denver Post: Colorado’s steady snow-melting boosts water supplies while … Napa Valley Register: Drowning fears up in US West as rivers surge with snowmelt Lodi News-Sentinel: Warm weather […]

California Water News for June 12, 2017

Oroville Mercury Register: New spillway design said to pass muster Los Angeles Times: Measuring the snowpack goes high-tech with airborne lasers and radar Harvard Business Review: If You Think Fighting Climate Change Will Be Expensive, Calculate the cost of letting it happen CleanTechnica: Study: Persistent, Highly Acidified Water All Along US West Coast … Vallejo Times Herald: How much rain […]