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Managing Water for the Environment During Drought: Lessons from Victoria, Australia
Jeffrey Mount, Brian Gray, Caitrin Chappelle, Jane Doolan, Theodore Grantham, and Nathaniel Seavy

June 2016

Drought management tools developed to sustain Australia’s environment during a decade-long drought are broadly applicable in California and could help the state’s water managers reduce the devastating effects of water scarcity on native species and ecosystems. This report identifies four broad areas of reform that could improve how the state allocates environmental water during dry times, and reduce conflict over the use of water for environmental purposes.

This research was supported with funding from The David and Lucile Packard Foundation, the US Environmental Protection Agency, and the Water Foundation, an initiative of the Resources Legacy Fund.



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