Water management adaptation with climate change

Water management adaptation with climate change
Explores water management adaptation in California using two scenarios: a warm-dry and a warm-only. Modeled findings project consequences that allow separation of precipitation and temperature effects for hydrological adaptation. Specific reference to changes in water supply for the Sacramento basin are relevant to the Yuba County IRWMP, as are segregated analyses of supply for urban vs agricultural use.
The California Energy Commission's PIER Program established the California Climate Change Center in 2003 to document climate research to inform the public and expand climate change information. Likelihood of updated information over time.
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Josué Medellin-Azuara, Christina R. Connell, Kaveh Madani, Jay R. Lund, and Richard E. Howitt.
Climate Change, Greenhouse Gases
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