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eBook Efficient water use in California: The evolution of groundwater management ([Report] - Rand Corporation ; R-2387/2 CSA/RF) ePub

by Albert J Lipson

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  • Author: Albert J Lipson
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Rand Corp (1979)
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R-2387/2-CSA/rf november 1978.

R-2387/2-CSA/rf november 1978. Santa monica, CA. 90406. Water use-California. Publications of The Rand Corporation do not neces- sarily reflect the opinions or policies of the sponsors. Published by The Rand Corporation. Efficient water use in california: the evolution of.

Document Number: R-2387/1-CSA/RF. Water Resources Management.

A series of modifications in California water law and in the operations of major elements of the California water system are proposed so that water use . RAND Corporation, R-2385-CSA/RF, 1978.

A series of modifications in California water law and in the operations of major elements of the California water system are proposed so that water use decisions generally will reflect the full marginal cost of water within the state. Efficient Water Use in California: Water Rights, Water Districts, and Water Transfers. Efficient Water Use in California: Groundwater Use and Management.

To provide incentives for groundwater management, pump tax revenues should be. .This report is part of the RAND Corporation report series. RAND Corporation, R-2388-CSA/RF, 1978.

To provide incentives for groundwater management, pump tax revenues should be redistributed in a way that minimizes distortion of producers' groundwater pumping decisions. Illustrations are given of tax revenue distribution through per-unit surface water or land subsidies.

This report is part of the RAND Corporation report series. RAND Corporation, R-2389-CSA/RF, 1978.

Efficient Water Use in California: The Evolution of Groundwater Management in Southern California. Permission is given to duplicate this electronic document for personal use only, as long as it is unaltered and complete.

RAND Corporation, R-2386-CSA/RF, 1978.

The evolution of groundwater management ( - Rand Corporation ; R-2387/2 CSA/RF). Published 1979 by Rand Corp.

Sustainable groundwater management requires approaches to assess the influence of adaptive management on the evolution of groundwater systems. In this chapter, we evaluate the spatiotemporal groundwater dynamics in the Coachella Valley of California to assess relationships between groundwater management and use. Our results illustrate spatially limited effects of adaptive management that occur against a setting of long-term groundwater depletion, highlighting the need to employ integrative and diverse adaptive management schemes to achieve sustainable groundwater management.

Lipson AJ (1978) Efficient water use in California: the evolution of groundwater management in southern California. Littleworth AL, Garner EL (1995) California water. Solano Press Books, CaliforniaGoogle Scholar. Rand Corporation report no. R-2387/2-CSA/RF, Santa MonicaGoogle Scholar. In: Taniguchi M (ed) Groundwater and subsurface environments: human impacts in Asian coastal cities. Springer, Tokyo, pp 127–142CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

Groundwater adjudication is where water users turn to the courts to resolve a dispute about .

Groundwater adjudication is where water users turn to the courts to resolve a dispute about water in a basin. Theoretically, the court defines and quantifies water rights for all groundwater users in the basin, and appoints a Watermaster to ensure that the basin is managed in accordance with the court’s adjudication decree. Relevant legislation.

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