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Jay Lund
Adjunct Fellow
530-752-5671
Expertise:
Water policy
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Jay Lund is an adjunct fellow at the PPIC Water Policy Center and director of the Center for Watershed Sciences at the University of California, Davis. As a professor in the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department, he has conducted system optimization studies for California’s water supply, as well as modeling studies of flood control, climate change adaptation, water marketing, water utility planning, and integrated water resources management. In addition to authoring or coauthoring more than 300 publications, he has served on the advisory committee for the 1998 and 2005 California Water Plan Updates, as president of the Universities Council on Water Resources, and on the Delta Independent Science Board. He holds a PhD in civil engineering from the University of Washington, Seattle.

curriculum vitae

Water Stress and a Changing San Joaquin Valley
California’s Water
California’s Water: Climate Change and Water
California’s Water: Managing Droughts
California’s Water: Paying for Water
California’s Water: Preparing for Floods
California’s Water: The Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta
California’s Water: Storing Water
California’s Water: Water for Cities
California’s Water: Water for the Environment
California’s Water: Water for Farms
California’s Water: Energy and Water
Accounting for California’s Water
Improving the Federal Response to Western Drought: Five Areas for Reform
Allocating California’s Water: Directions for Reform
What If California’s Drought Continues?
Policy Priorities for Managing Drought
Paying for Water in California
Stress Relief: Prescriptions for a Healthier Delta Ecosystem
Costs of Ecosystem Management Actions for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta
Scientist and Stakeholder Views on the Delta Ecosystem
Integrated Management of Delta Stressors: Institutional and Legal Options
Aquatic Ecosystem Stressors in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta
Where the Wild Things Aren’t: Making the Delta a Better Place for Native Species
Water and the California Economy
Transitions for the Delta Economy
Managing California’s Water: From Conflict to Reconciliation
California Water Myths
Adapting California’s Water Management to Climate Change
Comparing Futures for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta
Envisioning Futures for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta
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