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Weekend Wrap-Up: Drought; Legislation

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Weekend Wrap-Up: Recreation; Drought

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Fourth of July Weekend Wrap-Up: Water Bond; Drought

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Weekend Wrap-Up: Water Rights; Drought

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Weekend Wrap-Up: Water Rights; Drought

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Weekend Wrap-Up: Water Bond; Drought

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At the top of the scroll“$10 Billion Water Bond Measure Moving Through California Legislature,” reported Capital Public Radio.
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Weekend Wrap-Up: Water Bond; Drought

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At the top of the scroll: “California Ballot Measures are Where the Money will Be in November,” reported the Bay Area News Group.
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Weekend Wrap-Up: Legislation; Infrastructure

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Weekend Wrap-Up: BDCP; Drought

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Memorial Day Weekend Wrap-Up: Drought; Water Quality

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Streamgage: Aquafornia Water Word of the Week

Aquafornia’s Water Word of the Week is streamgage, a newly added water term on sister site Aquapedia, the Water Education Foundation’s vetted, online water encyclopedia.

An excerpt from the Aquapedia entry: “Generally, a streamgage is a device used to estimate the flow in streams in rivers.

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Weekend Wrap-Up: Drought; Climate Change

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Make Plans to Attend Free Briefing June 4 — ‘Drought 2014: The Challenge of Water Project Operations’

2014 is one of California’s driest years on record, creating challenging hydrologic conditions for operations of the state and federal projects that move water across the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta and to much of California.

Attend this free briefing on Wednesday, June 4, at the Sacramento Convention Center and learn about water project challenges.

“The Challenges of the 2014 Drought: Water Project Operations,” is sponsored by the California Department of Water Resources (DWR) and the Water Education Foundation.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • The present drought i
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Weekend Wrap-Up: Fracking; Drought

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At the top of the scroll: “EPA Weighs New Fracking Rule” headlined a National Journal article, following Friday’s U.S.
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Weekend Wrap-Up: Drought; Colorado River

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At the top of the scroll: Included among the drought-related stories covered by reporters over the weekend were the following: “California City Looks to Sea for Water In Drought” and “As Wildfire Fear Rises, U.S.
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Weekend Wrap-Up: Governor’s Executive Order; Drought

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At the top of the scroll: “Governor Brown Issues Executive Order to Redouble State Drought Actions” headlined a news release from the Governor’s Office Friday, April 25. In the news coverage following his announcement were “Gov.
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Weekend Wrap-Up: CVP, SWP Allocations

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At the top of the scroll: Updates to water supply allocations made news at the start of the weekend with Friday announcements by the California Department of Water Resources and Bureau of Reclamation.
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Weekend Wrap-Up: Drought; Groundwater

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At the top of the scroll: Drought and groundwater issues garnered weekend headlines.
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Weekend Wrap-Up: Groundwater; Drought

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At the top of the scroll“San Joaquin Valley Sinking as Groundwater Stores are Depleted,” The Sacramento Bee reported.
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Cesar Chavez Weekend Wrap-Up: Drought; Delta

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At the top of the scroll“Who Should Get Water Deliveries Divides California Lawmakers,” reported the McClatchy Washington, D.C., Bureau.

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