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Lund Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering University of California, Davis, CA 95616 (530) 752-5671, 752-0586 jrlund@ucdavis.edu http://cee.engr.ucdavis.edu/faculty/lund/ ______________________________________________________________________________________ Education Ph.D., Civil Engineering, University of Washington, December 1986 M.A., Geography, University of Washington, 1983 BSCE, Civil Engineering, University of Washington, 1983 BA with honors, Regional Planning and International Relations, University of Delaware, 1979 ______________________________________________________________________________________ Current Position Director, Center for Watershed Sciences, University of California - Davis Distinguished Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. Research and teaching specialties are integrated engineering of regional, utility, and household water resource and environmental systems using ideas from economics and operations research. Member: Civil and Environmental Engineering, Geography, Hydrologic Science, Environmental Policy and Management, Biological Systems Engineering, and International Agricultural Development graduate programs. ______________________________________________________________________________________ Work Experience Director, Center for Watershed Sciences, University of California, Davis, 2009– present; Co-Director 2008-2009; Associate Director 2007-2008 Distinguished Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Davis July 2017 – present Past-Chair, Delta Independent Science Board, Delta Stewardship Council, California, 2017- 2019; Chair 2015 – 2017; Chair-Elect 2012 – 2015 Adjunct Fellow, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, 2008 – present Professor and occasional Vice Chair, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Davis, July 1996 – 2017 Visiting Professor, North China Electric Power University, Beijing, China, 2011 - 2016 Ray B. Krone Professor of Environmental Engineering, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Davis, 2008 – 2013 Visiting Professor, Valencia Polytechnic University, Spain, Summer 2007 Visiting Researcher, CEMAGREF, Bordeaux, France, August 2000 – June 2001 Associate Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Davis, July 1991 - June 1996 Hydraulic Engineer, Hydrologic Engineering Center and Institute for Water Resources, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, September 1993 – September 1994 Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, University of California, Davis, January 1987 - June 1991 Visiting Researcher, Department of Water Resources Engineering, University of Lund, Lund, Sweden, September 1985 - May 1986 Research Assistant, Civil Engineering Dept., Univ. of Washington, Sept. 1983 - June 1985 Teaching Assistant, Geography Dept., University of Washington, September 1979-March 1981 Planning Assistant and Librarian, Wm. J. Cohen & Assoc., Summer 1979 Transportation & Air Quality Intern, WILMAPCO, Wilmington DE, Summer 1978 ______________________________________________________________________________________ Professional Honors Elected Member, National Academy of Engineering, 2018 Distinguished Member, American Society of Civil Engineers, 2016 Tsuan Hua Feng Distinguished Lecture, University of Massachusetts - Amherst, 2016 Warren A. Hall Medal, Universities Council on Water Resources, 2014 Distinguished Scholarly Public Service Award, University of California – Davis, 2013 David Todd Lecturer for 2013, Groundwater Resources Association of California Quentin Martin Best Practice Paper Award, J. of Water Resources Planning and Management, 2016 Best Policy-oriented Paper Award, Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, 2013 ASCE-EWRI Fellow, 2013 California Trout, Golden Trout Award (with Peter Moyle and Jeffrey Mount), 2013 Julian Hinds Award, American Society of Civil Engineers, 2011 California Water Resources Control Board recognition for Economic Analysis Task Force, 2011 Editor's Choice Award, Water Resources Research, 2010 Hugo B. Fischer Award, California Water and Environmental Modeling Forum, 2008 American Society of Civil Engineers/Environment Water Resources Institute, Planning and Management Council Service to the Profession Award, 2007 William R. Boggess Best Paper Award, J. of the American Water Resources Association, 2006 Award for outstanding service to the California Water and Environmental Model Forum, 2006 George E. Brown Award for Best Collaborative Proposal, UCMEXUS, 2005 Journal of Environmental Engineering Editor’s Award for Service, 2004 International Water Academy, Member, #143, 2002 Walter L. Huber Civil Engineering Research Prize, American Society of Civil Engineers, 1996 Best Practice-Oriented Paper, Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, 1996 Tau Beta Pi (Engineering), Phi Beta Kappa (Liberal Arts), Chi Epsilon (Civil Engineering), Omicron Delta Epsilon (Economics), Pi Kappa Alpha (Political Science), Valle Scholar, Engineer-in-Training (Washington State) ______________________________________________________________________________________ Professional Societies and Activities Past-President, President, President-Elect, Universities Council on Water Resources, 2007 – 2010; Board of Directors, 2005 - 2010 Editor, 1997 – 2000, Associate Editor 2000 – 2010, Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE Editorial Board, Advances in Water Resources, 2009 – present Editorial Board, Water, 2012 – present Editorial Board, Civil Engineering and Environmental Systems, 2003 – present California Water Resources Center Archives, Board of Directors, 2006 – 2014 Convener, Past-Convener, Vice Convener, California Water and Environment Modeling Forum, 1995 – 1999, Steering Committee 1995 – 1999, 2002 - 2012 Advisory Committee, California Water Plan Update, 1995 - 1998, 2001 – 2005 Editorial Board, Water International, IWRA, 1998 – 2006 Associate Editor, Water Resources Research, AGU, 1990 – 1997 Editorial Advisory Board, Municipal Solid Waste Management, 1990 - 1996 National Research Council, Committee on Hydrology, Ecology, and Fishes of the Klamath River Basin, 2006 – 2007 Hydrology Section Policy Sciences Chair, American Geophysical Union, 1996 – 1999 National Academy of Sciences, Water Management in Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan, 1994-1995 Control Group of ASCE Water Resources Systems Committee, 1996 - 1998 Member, National Academy of Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers, American Geophysical Union, American Water Works Association, American Water Resources Association, International Water Resources Association, American Society for Engineering Education, California Water and Environment Modeling Forum Reviewer for: PLOS ONE, Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Water Resources Research, Climatic Change, Journal of Environmental Engineering, Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering, Journal of Irrigation and Drainage, Journal of Infrastructure Systems, and Journal of Hydraulics; Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering, Civil Engineering Systems, Journal of the American Water Resources Association, Water International, Stochastic Hydrology and Hydraulics, 2 Transportation Research Record, Institute of Industrial Engineers Transactions, Journal of the American Water Works Association, Journal of Environmental Management, Journal of Industrial Ecology, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, Journal of Agricultural Economics, Management Science, Environmental Science and Technology, Journal of Air and Waste Management, Fuzzy Sets and Systems, Contemporary Economic Policy, National Science Foundation, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, various state Water Resources Centers, MIT Press, RFF Press, McGraw-Hill, University of California Press, and others. ______________________________________________________________________________________ Books 4. Hanak, E., J. Lund, A. Dinar, B. Gray, R. Howitt, J. Mount, P. Moyle, and B. Thompson, Managing California’s Water: From Conflict to Reconciliation, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, 500 pp., February 2011. 3. Lund, J., E. Hanak, W. Fleenor, W. Bennett, R. Howitt, J. Mount, and P. Moyle, Comparing Futures for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, University of California Press, Berkeley, CA, February 2010. 2. National Research Council Committee on Hydrology, Ecology, and Fishes of the Klamath River, Hydrology, Ecology, and Fishes of the Klamath River Basin, National Academy Press, Washington, DC, 2008. (One of 14 authors) 1. Lund, J., E. Hanak, W. Fleenor, R. Howitt, J. Mount, and P. Moyle, Envisioning Futures for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, 300 pp., February 2007. ______________________________________________________________________________________ Refereed Journal Publications 149. Escriva-Bou, A., J. Lund, M. Pulido-Velazquez, R. Hui, and J. Medellin-Azuara, “Saving energy from urban water demand management,” Water Resources Research, in press. 148. Hui, R., J. Herman, J. Lund, and K. Madani, “Adaptive Water Infrastructure Planning for Nonstationary Hydrology,” Advances in Water Resources, in press. 147. Lund, J.R., J. Medellin-Azuara, J. Durand, and K. Stone, "Lessons from California's 2012-2016 Drought," Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, in press. 146. Lord, B., B. Magnuson-Skeels, A. Tweet, C. Whittington, L. Adams, R. Thayer, and J. Lund, “Drought Water Right Curtailment Analysis for California’s Eel River,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, Vol. 144, No. 2: 04017082, February, 2018. 145. Cominola, A., E. Spang, G. Matteo, A. Castelletti, J. Lund, and F. Loge, "Segmentation analysis of residential water-electricity demand for customized demand-side management programs", Journal of Cleaner Production, Volume 172, 20, pp. 1607-1619, January 2018. 144. Adams, L., J. Lund, P. Moyle, R. Quiñones, J. Herman, and T. O'Rear, “Environmental Hedging: A Theory and Method for Reconciling Reservoir Operations for Downstream Ecology and Water Supply,” Water Resources Research, Vol. 53, Issue 9, pp.7816–7831, September 2017. 143. Wiens, J. , J. Zedler, V. Resh, T. Collier, S. Brandt, R. Norgaard, J. Lund, B. Atwater, E. Canuel, and H.J. Fernando, “Facilitating Adaptive Management in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta,” San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science, Vol. 15, No. 2, July 2017. 142. Hui, R., J.R. Lund, J. Zhao, and T. Zhao, “Optimal Flood Pre-releases - Flood Hedging for a Single Reservoir,” Water Resources Management, Vol. 30, Issue 14, pp 5113–5129, Nov. 2016. 141. Msowoya, K., K. Madani, R. Davtalab, A. Mirchi, and J. Lund, “Climate Change Impacts on Maize Production in the Warm Heart of Africa,” Water Resources Management, Vol. 30, Issue 14, pp 5299–5312, November 2016. 3 140. Wu. X., C. Cheng. Y. Zeng, and J. Lund, “Centralized versus Distributed Cooperative Operating Rules for Multiple Cascaded Hydropower Reservoirs,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 142, Issue 11, November 2016. 139. Ta, J., R. Kelsey, J. Howard, J. Lund, S. Sandoval-Solis, and J. Viers, “Decision Support Tool: Securing Water for Environmental Flows,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 142, Issue 11, November 2016. 138. Zhao, J., J. Lund, T. Zhao, and H. Wang, “Optimal Hedging Rule for Reservoir Refill,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 142, Issue 11, November 2016. 137. Lund, J. "California’s Agricultural and Urban Water Supply Reliability and the Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta," San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science, Vol. 14, No. 3, October 2016. 136. Rheinheimer,D., R.C. Bales, C.A. Oroza, J.R. Lund, J.H. Viers, “Valuing year-to-go hydrologic forecast improvements for a peaking hydropower system in the Sierra Nevada,” Water Resources Research, Vol. 52, Issue 5, pp. 3815–3828, May 2016. 135. Hui, R., E. Jachens, and J.R. Lund, “Risk-based Planning Analysis for a Single Levee,” Water Resources Research, Vol. 52, Issue 4, pp. 2513–2528, April 2016. 134. Escriva-Bou, A., H. McCann, E. Hanak, J. Lund, and B. Gray, “Accounting for California Water,” California Journal of Politics and Policy, Vol. 8, Iss. 3, 2016 133. Mount, J., E. Hanak, C. Chappelle, B. Colby, R. Frank, G. Gartrell, B. Gray, D. Kenney, J. Lund, P. Moyle, and L. Szeptycki, “Improving the Federal Response to Western Drought: Five Areas for Reform,” California Journal of Politics and Policy, Vol. 8, Iss. 3, 2016 132. Suddeth Grimm, R. and J. Lund “Multi-Purpose Optimization of Reconciliation Ecology for an Engineered Floodplain - Yolo Bypass, California,” San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science, Volume 14, Issue 1, 2016. 131. Nelson, T., H. Chou, P. Zikalala, J. Lund, R. Hui, and J. Medellin-Azuara, “Economic and Water Supply Effects of Ending Groundwater Overdraft in California’s Central Valley,” San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science, Volume 14, Issue 1, 2016. 130. Nelson, T., R. Hui, J. Lund, and J. Medellin-Azuara “Reservoir Operating Rule Optimization for California’s Sacramento Valley,” San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science, Volume 14, Issue 1, 2016. 129. Hui, R., J.R. Lund, and K. Madani, “Game Theory and Risk-Based Levee System Design: The Cost of Non-cooperation,” Water Resources Research, Vol. 52, pp 119-134, 10 January 2016. 128. Shen, J., C. Cheng, X. Cheng, and J. Lund, “Coordinated operations of large-scale UHVDC hydropower and conventional hydro energies about regional power grid,” Energy Vol. 95, pp. 433-446, DOI: 10.1016/j.energy.2015.12.011, January 2016. 127. Porse, E. and J. Lund, “Network Analysis and Visualizations in California Water: Linking connectivity and resilience,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Volume 142, Issue 1, January, 2016. 126. Julian, D.W., J.T. Hickey, W.L. Fields, L. Ostadrahimi, K.M. Maher, T.G. Barker, C.L. Hatfield, C.O. Marks, K. Lutz, S. Sandoval-Solis, J.R. Lund, “Decision Support System for Water and Environmental Resources in the Connecticut River Basin,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 142, No. 1, Jan., 2016. (2016 Quentin Martin best practice paper prize) 125. Lund, J.R., “Integrating social and physical sciences in water management,” Water Resources Research, Volume 51, Issue 8, Pages 5905–5918, August 2015. 124. Brown, C., J. Lund, X. Cai, P. Reed, E. Zagona, A. Ostfeld, J. Hall, G. Characklis, W. Yu, and L. Brekke, “The Future of Water Resources Systems Analysis: Toward a scientific framework for 4 sustainable water management,” Water Resources Research, Vol. 51, Iss. 8, pp. 6110–6124, August 2015. 123. Escriva-Bou, A., J.R. Lund, M. Pulido-Velazquez, “Optimal residential water conservation strategies considering embedded energy in California,” Water Resources Research, Volume 51, Issue 6, pages 4482–4498, June 2015. 122. Medellín-Azuara, J., D. MacEwan, R.E. Howitt, G. Koruakos, E.C. Dogrul, C.F. Brush, T.N. Kadir, T. Harter, F. Melton, J.R. Lund,” Hydro-economic analysis of groundwater pumping for California's Central Valley irrigated agriculture,” Hydrogeology Journal, Vol. 23, Issue 6, pp 1205-1216, 2015. (Editors’ Choice article for 2015) 121. Zhu, T., G.F. Marques, and J.R. Lund, “Hydroeconomic Optimization of Integrated Water Management and Transfers under Stochastic Surface Water Supply,” Water Resources Research, Volume 51, Issue 5, pp. 3568–3587, May 2015. 120. Porse, E. and J. Lund, “Network Structure, Complexity and Adaptation in Water Resource Systems,” Civil Engineering and Environmental Systems, Vol. 32, Nos. 1–2, 143–156, 2015. 119. Escriva-Bou, A., J.R. Lund, M. Pulido-Velazquez, “Modeling residential water and related energy, carbon footprint and costs in California,” Journal of Environmental Science and Policy, Vol. 50, pp. 270-281, 2015. 118. Siegfried, L., W. Fleenor, and J. Lund, "Physically Based Modeling of Delta Island Consumptive Use: Fabian Tract and Staten Island, California," San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science, Vol. 12, No. 4, 2014. 117. Gray, B., D. Misczynski, E. Hanak, A. Fahlund, J. Lund, D. Mitchell, and J. Nachbau, “Paying for Water in California: The Legal Framework,” Hastings Law Journal, Vol. 65, pp. 1603-1663, 2014. 116. Connaughton, J., N. King, L. Dong, P. Ji, and J. Lund, “Comparing Simple Flood Reservoir Operation Rules,” Water, Vol. 6, No. 9, pp. 2717-2731; doi:10.3390/w6092717, 2014. 115. Hui, R. and J. Lund, "Flood Storage Allocation Rules for Parallel Reservoirs," Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 141, Issue 5 May, DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)WR.19435452.0000469, 2014. 114. Rheinheimer, D.E., S.E. Null, and J.R. Lund, “Optimizing selective withdrawal from reservoirs to manage downstream temperatures with climate warming,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 141, Issue 4, April, DOI:10.1061/(ASCE)WR.1943-5452.0000447, 2014. 113. Null, S.E., J. Medellin-Azuara, A. Escriva, M. Lent, J. Lund, “Optimizing the Dammed: Water Supply Losses and Fish Habitat Gains from Dam Removal in California,” Journal of Environmental Management, Vol 136, pp. 121-131, DOI: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2014.01.024, 2014. 112. Zhao, T., J. Zhao, J. R. Lund, and D. Yang, “Optimal Hedging Rules for Reservoir Flood Operation from Forecast Uncertainties,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 140, No. 12, DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)WR.1943-5452.0000432, 2014. 111. Medellin-Azuara, J., E. Hanak, R.E. Howitt, Fleenor, W.E., and J.R. Lund, “Agricultural Losses from Salinity in California’s Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta,” San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science, Vol. 12, No. 1, 2014. 110. Li, J.-Q., Y.-S. Zhang, C.-M. Ji, A.-J. Wang and J.R. Lund, “Large-scale hydropower system optimization using dynamic programming and object-oriented programming: the case of the Northeast China Power Grid,” Water Science & Technology, Vol. 68.11, pp. 2458-2467, 2013. 109. Lund, J. and P. Moyle, "Adaptive Management and Science for the Delta Ecosystem," San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Sciences, Vol. 11, No. 3, 2013. 5 108. Cahill, R., J. Lund, W. DeOreo, and J. Medellin-Azuara, “Household Water Use and Conservation Models Using Monte Carlo Techniques,” Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, Vol 17, pp. 3957-3967, 2013. 107. Gold, A.J., D. Parker, R.M. Waskom, J. Dobrowolski, M. O’Neill, P.M. Groffman, K. Addy, M. Barber, S. Batie, B. Benham, M. Bianchi, T. Blewett, C. Evensen, K. Farrell-Poe, C. Gardner, W. Graham, J. Harrison, T. Harter, J. Kushner, R. Lowrance, J. Lund, R. Mahler, M. McClaran, M. McFarland, D. Osmond, J. Pritchett, L. Prokopy, C. Rock, A. Shober, M. Silitonga, D. Swackhamer, J. Thurston, D. Todey, R. Turco, G. Vellidis, and L. Wright Morton, “Advancing water resource management in agricultural, rural, and urbanizing watersheds: Why land-grant universities matter.” Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 68(4):337-348, 2013 106. Sicke, W.S., J.R. Lund, and J. Medellin-Azuara, “Climate Change Adaptations for California’s San Francisco Bay Area Water Supplies,” British Journal of Environmental and Climate Change, Volume 3, Issue 3, pp. 292-315, July-September 2013. 105. Medellin-Azuara, J, T. Rosenstock, R. Howitt, T. Harter, K. Jessoe, K. Dzurella, S. Pettygrove, and J. Lund, “Agro-Economic Analysis of Nitrate Crop Source Reductions,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, Vol. 139, No. 4, July 2013. 104. Bates, M. and J.R. Lund, “Delta Subsidence Reversal, Levee Failure, and Aquatic Habitat - A Cautionary Tale,” San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science, Vol. 11, No. 1, 20 pp., 2013. 103. Cahill, R. and J.R. Lund, "Residential Water Conservation in Australia," Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, Vol. 139, No. 1, Jan./Feb. 2013, pp. 117-121. 102. Howitt, R.E., J. Medellin-Azuara, D. MacEwan, and J.R. Lund, “Calibrating Disaggregate Economic Models of Agricultural Production and Water Management,” Journal of Environmental Modeling and Software, Volume 38, December 2012, Pages 244-258. 101. Null, S.E., E. Bartolomeo, J.R. Lund, and E. Hanak, "Managing California's Water: Insights from Interviews with Water Policy Experts," San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science, Vol. 10, No. 4, December 2012. 100. Olivares, M. and J.R. Lund, "Representing Energy Price Variability in Long- and Medium-term Hydropower Optimization," Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 138, No. 6, pp. 597-605, December 2012. 99. Lund, J.R., “Flood Management in California,” Water, Vol. 4, pp. 157-169; doi:10.3390/w4010157, 2012. 98. Madani, K. and J.R. Lund, "California’s Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta Conflict: from Cooperation to Chicken," Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 137, No. 2, pp. 90-99, March/April 2012. 97. Hanak, E. and J.R. Lund, “Adapting California’s Water Management to Climate Change,” Climatic Change, DOI: 10.1007/s10584-011-0241-3, Vol. 111, No. 1, pp. 17-44, 2012. 96. Connell-Buck, C.R., J. Medellín-Azuara, J.R. Lund, and K. Madani, “Adapting California’s water system to warm vs. warm-dry climates,” Climatic Change, Vol 109 (Sup 1), pp S133–S149, 2011. 95. Medellín-Azuara, J., R.E. Howitt, D.J. MacEwan, and J.R. Lund, “Economic impacts of climaterelated changes to California agriculture,” Climatic Change (2011) 109 (Suppl 1):S387–S405, 2011. 94. Null, S.E. and J.R. Lund, "Fish Habitat Optimization to Prioritize River Restoration Decisions," River Research and Applications, DOI: 10.1002/rra.1521, 2011. 93. Tanaka, S.K., C. Buck, K. Madani, J. Medellin-Azuara, J. Lund, E. Hanak, "Economic Costs and Adaptations for Alternative Regulations of California's Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta," San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science, Vol. 9, No. 2, 28 pp., July, 2011. 6 92. Willis, A.D., J.R. Lund, E. S. Townsley, and Beth Faber, "Climate Change and Flood Operations in the Sacramento Basin, California," San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science, Vol. 9, No. 2, 18 pp., July, 2011. 91. Madani, K. and J.R. Lund, "A Monte-Carlo Game Theoretic Approach for Multi-Criteria Decision Making under Uncertainty," Advances in Water Resources, Vol. 34, pp. 607–616, 2011. 90. Madani, K. and J.R. Lund, “Estimated Impacts of Climate Warming on California’s High Elevation Hydropower,” Climatic Change, Vol. 102, No. 3-4, pp. 521–538, October 2010. 89. Moyle, P.B., W.A. Bennett, W.E. Fleenor, and J.R. Lund, "Habitat Variability and Complexity in the Upper San Francisco Estuary", San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science, Volume 8, No. 3, 24 pp., September 2010. 88. Chen, W-H, K. Haunschild, J.R. Lund, and W. Fleenor, “Current and Long-Term Effects of Delta Water Quality on Drinking Water Treatment Costs from Disinfection Byproduct Formation,” San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science, Volume 8, No. 3, 21 pp., September 2010. 87. Suddeth, R., J.F. Mount, and J.R. Lund, "Levee decisions and sustainability for the Sacramento San Joaquin Delta", San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science, Volume 8, No. 2, 23pp, August 2010. 86. Harou, J.J., J. Medellin-Azuara, T. Zhu, S.K. Tanaka, J.R. Lund, S. Stine, M.A. Olivares, and M.W. Jenkins, “Economic consequences of optimized water management for a prolonged, severe drought in California,” Water Resources Research, doi:10.1029/2008WR007681, Vol. 46, Issue 5, May 2010 (2010 Water Resources Research Editor's Choice Award) 85. Vicuna, S., J.A. Dracup, J.R. Lund, L.L. Dale, and E.P. Maurer, “Basin Scale Water Systems Operations under Climate Change Hydrologic Conditions: Methodology and Case Studies,” Water Resources Research, Vol. 46, W04505, DOI:10.1029/2009/WR007838, 2010. 84. Marques, G.F., J.R. Lund, and R.E. Howitt, “Modeling Conjunctive Use Operations and Farm Decisions with Two-Stage Stochastic Quadratic Programming,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Volume 136, Issue 3, pp. 386-394, May/June 2010. 83. Null, S.E., M.L. Deas, and J.R. Lund, "Flow and Water Temperature Simulation for Habitat Restoration in the Shasta River, California," River Research and Applications, Vol. 26, pp. 663681, 2010. 82. Hanak, E., J. Lund, A. Dinar, B. Gray, R. Howitt, J. Mount, P. Moyle, and B. Thompson, “Myths of California Water – Implications and Reality,” West-Northwest Journal of Environmental Law and Policy, Vol. 16, No. 1, Winter 2010. 81. Madani, K. and J.R. Lund, “Modeling California's High-Elevation Hydropower Systems in Energy Units,” Water Resources Research, Vol 45, W09413, doi:10.1029/2008WR007206, 2009. 80. Harou, J.J., M. Pulido-Velazquez, D.E. Rosenberg, J. Medellin-Azuara, J.R. Lund, and R.E. Howitt, “Hydro-economic Models: Concepts, Design, Applications, and Future Prospects,” Journal of Hydrology, Vol. 375, Iss. 3-4, 15 September, pp. 627-643, 2009. 79. Medellín-Azuara, J., L.G. Mendoza-Espinosa, J.R. Lund, J.J. Harou, R. Howitt, “Virtues of simple hydro-economic optimization: Baja California, Mexico,” Environmental Management, Vol. 90, August, pp. 3470-3478, 2009. 78. Woodall, D.L. and J.R. Lund, “Dutch Flood Policy Innovations for California,” Journal of Contemporary Water Research and Education, Issue 141, March, 2009. 77. Medellín-Azuara1, J., R. Howitt, C. Waller-Barrera, L.G. Mendoza-Espinosa, J.R. Lund, J.E. Taylor, “A Calibrated Agricultural Demand Model For Three Regions in Northern Baja California,” Agrociencia, Vol. 16, pp. 83-96, March 2009. 7 76. Zhu, T. and J.R. Lund, “Up or Out? - Economic-Engineering Theory of Flood Levee Height and Setback,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, Vol. 135, No. 2, March 1, 2009. 75. Rosenberg, D.E. and J.R. Lund, “Modeling Integrated Decisions for a Municipal Water System with Recourse and Uncertainties: Amman, Jordan,” Water Resources Management, Volume 23, Number 1, pp. 85-115, January, 2009. 74. Rosenberg, D.E., S. Talozi, H. Abu Qdais, and J.R. Lund, “Intermittent Water Supplies: Challenges and Opportunities for Residential Water Users in Jordan,” Water International, Vol. 33, No. 4, pp. 488 – 504, December, 2008. 73. Rosenberg, D., R. Howitt, and J. Lund, “Water Management with Water Conservation, Infrastructure Expansions, and Source Variability in Jordan,” Water Resources Research, Vol. 44, doi:10.1029/2007WR006519, 2008. 72. Harou, J.J. and J.R. Lund, “Ending groundwater overdraft in hydrologic-economic systems,” Hydrogeology Journal, Volume 16, Number 6, September, pp. 1039–1055, 2008. 71. Medellin-Azuara, J., J.J. Harou, M.A. Olivares, K. Madani-Larijani, J.R. Lund, R.E. Howitt, S.K. Tanaka, M.W. Jenkins, and T. Zhu, “Adaptability and Adaptations of California’s Water Supply System to Dry Climate Warming,” Climatic Change, Vol. 87, Sup.1, March, pp. S75-S90, 2008. 70. Madani, K. and J.R. Lund, “Aggregated Modeling Alternatives for Modeling California’s Highelevation Hydropower with Climate Change in the Absence of Storage Capacity Data,” Hydrological Science and Technology, Vol. 23, No. 1-4, pp. 137-146, 2007. 69. Medellín-Azuara, J., J.R. Lund, and R.E. Howitt, “Water Supply Analysis for Restoring the Colorado River Delta, Mexico,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, Vol. 133, No. 5, pp. 462-471, September/October 2007. 68. Heinz, I, M. Pulido, J.R. Lund, and J. Andreu, “Hydro-economic Modeling in River Basin Management: Implications and Applications for the European Water Framework Directive,” Water Resources Management, Vol. 21, No. 7, pp. 1103-1125, July 2007. 67. Rosenberg, D.E., T. Tarawneh, R. Abdel-Khaleq, and J.R. Lund, “Modeling Integrated WaterUser Decisions in Intermittent Supply Systems,” Water Resources Research, Vol. 43, No. 7, July 2007. 66. Zhu, T., J.R. Lund, M.W. Jenkins, G.F. Marques, and R.S. Ritzema, “Climate Change, Urbanization, and Optimal Long-term Floodplain Protection,” Water Resources Research, Vol. 43, No. 6, June 2007. 65. Medellín-Azuara J., Mendoza-Espinosa L. G., Lund, J. R. and Ramírez-Acosta R. J., “The application of economic-engineering optimization for water management in Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico,” Water Science & Technology, Vol. 55, No. 1-2, pp. 339-347, 2007. 64. Medellín-Azuara, J. and J.R. Lund, “Applying Economic-Engineering Systems Analysis to the Colorado River Delta,” Pacific-McGeorge Global Business & Development Law Journal, Vol. 19, No. 1, pp. 99 – 114, Fall 2006. 63. Garcia Alcubilla, R. and J.R. Lund, “Derived Willingness-To-Pay for Household Water Use with Price and Probabilistic Supply,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 132, No. 6, pp. 424-433, November/December 2006. 62. Marques, G.F., J.R. Lund, M.R. Leu, and M.W. Jenkins, “Economically-Driven Simulation of Regional Water Systems: Friant-Kern, California,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 132, No. 6, pp. 468-479, November/December 2006. 61. Lund, J.R., “Drought Storage Allocation Rules for Surface Reservoir Systems,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 132, No. 5, pp. 395 - 397, September 2006. 8 60. Hollinshead, S.P. and J.R. Lund, “Optimization of Environmental Water Account Purchases with Uncertainty,” Water Resources Research, Vol. 42, No. 8, W08403, August 2006. 59. Paredes, J. and J.R. Lund, “Refill and Drawdown Rules for Parallel Reservoirs: Quantity and Quality,” Water Resources Management, Vol. 20, N. 3, pp. 359 – 376, June 2006. 58. Tanaka, S.K., T. Zhu, J.R. Lund, R.E. Howitt, M.W. Jenkins, M.A. Pulido, M. Tauber, R.S. Ritzema and I.C. Ferreira, “Climate Warming and Water Management Adaptation for California,” Climatic Change, Vol. 76, No. 3-4, pp. 361-387, June 2006. 57. Null, S. and J.R. Lund, “Re-Assembling Hetch Hetchy: Water Supply Implications of Removing O'Shaughnessy Dam,” Journal of the American Water Resources Association, Vol. 42, No. 4, pp. 395 – 408, April 2006. 56. Rosenberg, D. and J.R. Lund, “Derived operating rules for storage and recovery in multiple, unconnected aquifers,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 132, No. 1, January 2006. 55. Zhu, T., M.W. Jenkins and J.R. Lund, "Estimated Impacts of Climate Warming on California Water Availability,” Journal of the American Water Resources Association, Vol. 41, No. 5, pp. 1027 – 1038, October 2005. 54. Marques, G.F., J.R. Lund, and R.E. Howitt, “Modeling Irrigated Agricultural Production and Water Use Decisions under Water Supply Uncertainty,” Water Resources Research, Vol. 41, No. 8, August 2005. 53. Ferreira, I.C., S.K Tanaka, S.P. Hollinshead, and J.R. Lund, “Musings on a model: CalSim II in California's water community,” San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science, Vol. 3, Issue 1, Article 1, March 2005. 52. Jenkins, M.W., J.R. Lund, R.E. Howitt, A.J. Draper, S.M. Msangi, S.K. Tanaka, R.S. Ritzema, and G.F. Marques, “Optimization of California’s Water System: Results and Insights,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 130, No. 4, pp. 271-280, July 2004. 51. Pulido-Velázquez, M., M.W. Jenkins, and J.R. Lund, “Economic Values for Conjunctive Use and Water Banking in Southern California,” Water Resources Research, Vol. 40, No. 3, March 2004. 50. Van Lienden, B. and J.R. Lund, “Spatial Complexity and Reservoir Optimization Results,” Civil and Environmental Engineering Systems, Vol. 21, No. 1, pp. 1-17, March 2004. 49. Draper, A.J. and J.R. Lund, “Optimal Hedging and Carryover Storage Value,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 130, No. 1, pp. 83-87, January 2004. 48. Tanaka, S.K. and J.R. Lund, “Effects of Increased Delta Exports on Sacramento Valley’s Economy and Water Management,” Journal of the American Water Resources Association, Vol. 39, No. 6, pp. 1509-1519, December 2003. 47. Draper, A.J., M.W. Jenkins, K.W. Kirby, J.R. Lund, and R.E. Howitt, “Economic-Engineering Optimization for California Water Management,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 129, No. 3, pp. 155-164, May 2003. 46. Jenkins, M.W., J.R. Lund, and R.E. Howitt, “Economic Losses for Urban Water Scarcity in California,” Journal of the American Water Works Association, Vol. 95, No. 2, pp. 58-70, February 2003. 45. Lund, J.R., “Floodplain Planning with Risk-Based Optimization,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 128, No. 3, pp. 202-207, May/June 2002. 44. Newlin, B.D., M.W. Jenkins, J.R. Lund, and R.E. Howitt, “Southern California Water Markets: Potential and Limitations,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 128, No. 1, pp. 21-32, January/February 2002. 9 43. Lund, J.R. and J.P. Byrne “Leonardo Da Vinci's Tensile Strength Tests: Implications for the Discovery of Engineering Mechanics,” Civil and Environmental Engineering Systems, Vol. 18, No. 3, pp. 243-250, 2001. 42. Kalman, O., J.R. Lund, D. Lew, and D.L. Larson, “Benefit-Cost Analysis of Stormwater Quality Improvements,” Environmental Management, Vol. 26, No. 6, pp. 615-628, December 2000. 41. Jenkins, M.W. and J.R. Lund, “Integrated Yield and Shortage Management for Water Supply Planning,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 126, No. 5, pp. 288-297, September/October 2000. 40. Needham, J., D. Watkins, J.R. Lund, and S. Nanda, “Linear Programming for Flood Control on the Iowa and Des Moines Rivers,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 126, No. 3, pp. 118-127, May/June 2000. 39. Lund, J.R., “Power Production and Energy Drawdown Rules for Reservoirs,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 126, No. 2, pp. 108-111, March/April 2000. 38. Israel, M.S. and J.R. Lund, “Priority Preserving Unit Penalties in Network Flow Modeling,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 125, No. 4, pp. 205-214, July/August, 1999. 37. Lund, J.R. and J. Guzman, “Some Derived Operating Rules for Reservoirs in Series or in Parallel,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 125, No. 3, pp. 143-153, May/June 1999. 36. Anex, R.P., J.R. Lund, and R. Grant, “A Maximum Entropy Approach to Estimating Emissions,” Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association, Vol. 49, No. 8, p. 943, August 1999. 35. Anex, R.P. and J.R. Lund, “Bayesian Estimation of Volatile Organic Emissions from Wood Furniture Coating,” Journal of Environmental Engineering, Vol. 125, No. 1, pp. 92-96, Jan. 1999. 34. Wilchfort, O. and J.R. Lund, “Shortage Management Modeling for Urban Water Supply Systems,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 123, No. 4, July 1997. 33. Lund, J.R. and I. Ferreira, “Operating Rule Optimization for the Missouri River Reservoir System,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 122, No. 4, pp. 287-295, July/August 1996. 32. Anex, R.P., R.A. Lawver, J.R. Lund, and G. Tchobanoglous, “GIGO: Spreadsheet Based Simulation for MSW Systems,” Journal of Environmental Engineering, Vol. 122, No. 4, pp. 259263, April 1996. 31. Lund, J.R. and R.U. Reed, “Drought Water Rationing and Transferable Rations,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, Vol. 31, No. 6, pp. 429-437, Nov. 1995. 30. Lund, J.R., “Derived Estimation of Willingness-to-Pay to Avoid Probabilistic Shortage,” Water Resources Research, Vol. 31, No. 5, pp. 1367-1372, May 1995. 29. Israel, M. and J.R. Lund, “Recent California Water Transfers: Implications for Water Management,” Natural Resources Journal, Vol. 35, pp. 1-32, Winter 1995. 28. Lawver, R.A. and J.R. Lund, “Least-Cost Replacement Planning for Modular Construction of Landfills,” Journal of Environmental Engineering, Vol. 121, No. 3, pp. 203-213, March 1995. 27. Johnston, R., J.R. Lund, and P. Craig, “Capacity Allocation Methods for Reducing Traffic Congestion,” Journal of Transportation Engineering, Vol. 121, No. 1, pp. 27-39, Jan-Feb 1995. 26. Lund, J.R. and M. Israel, “Water Transfers in Water Resource Systems,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, Vol. 121, No. 2, pp. 193-205, March-April 1995. [Re-published in Spanish in Ingeniería del Agua, Vol 2, No. 3, September 1995] 10 25. Lund, J.R. and M. Israel, “Optimization of Transfers in Urban Water Supply Planning,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 121, No. 1, pp. 41-48, Jan.-Feb. 1995. 24. Lund, J.R. and P.L. Mokhtarian, “Telecommuting and Residential Location: Theory and Implications for VMT in the Monocentric Metropolis,” Transportation Research Board, No. 1463, December 1994. 23. Lund, J.R., “Utility Theory Violations by Multi-Criteria Hierarchical Weighting Methods,” Civil Engineering Systems, Vol. 11, pp. 197-207, 1994. 22. Lund, J.R., G. Tchobanoglous, R.P. Anex, and R.A. Lawver, “Linear Programming for Analysis of Material Recovery Facilities,” Journal of Environmental Engineering, Vol. 120, No. 5, pp. 1082-1094, September-October 1994. 21. Lund, J.R., “Transaction Risk versus Transaction Costs in Water Transfers,” Water Resources Research, Vol. 29, No. 9, pp. 3103-3107, September 1993. 20. Englehardt, J.D. and J.R. Lund, “Information Theory in Risk Analysis,” Journal of Environmental Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 118, No. 6, pp. 890-904, Nov.-Dec. 1992. 19. Andrews, E.S., F.I. Chung, and J.R. Lund, “Multi-layered, Priority-based Simulation of Conjunctive Facilities,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 118, No.1, pp. 32-53, January 1992. 18. Lund, J.R., “Benefit-Cost Ratios: Failures and Alternatives,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 118, No.1, pp. 94-101, January 1992. 17. Lund, J.R., “The Decision to Haul Versus Resuspend for Hopper Dredging,” Journal of Waterway, Port, Coastal, and Ocean Engineering, Vol. 117, No. 6, pp. 599-609, Nov. 1991. 16. Lund, J.R., “Dredged Material Disposal Economics,” Journal of Waterway, Port, Coastal, and Ocean Engineering, Vol. 117, No. 4, pp.390-408, July 1991. 15. Lund, J.R., “Random Variables Versus Uncertain Values: Stochastic Modeling and Design,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 117, No. 2, pp. 179-194, March 1991. 14. Enright, C. and J.R. Lund, “Alternative Water District Organization: A Screening Level Analysis,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 117, No. 1, pp. 86-107, January 1991. 13. Englehardt, J.D. and J.R. Lund, “Economic Analysis of Recycling for Small Municipal Waste Collectors,” The Journal of Resource Management and Technology, Vol. 18, No. 2, pp. 84-96, October 1990. 12. Lund, J.R., “Pricing Solid and Hazardous Waste Landfill Capacity,” Journal of Urban Planning and Development, Vol. 116, No. 1, pp. 17-33, May 1990. 11. Lund, J.R., “The Location of Closed Watersheds for Urban Water Supplies: A Theoretical and Historical Analysis,” Environment and Planning A, Vol. 22, No. 5, pp. 667-682, May 1990. 10. Lund, J.R., “Scheduling Maintenance Dredging on a Single Reach With Uncertainty,” Journal of Waterway, Port, Coastal, and Ocean Engineering, Vol. 116, No. 2, pp. 211-321, March 1990. 9. Lund, J.R., “Least-Cost Scheduling of Solid Waste Recycling,” Journal of Environmental Engineering, Vol. 116, No. 1, pp. 182-197, February 1990. 8. Lund, J.R., “The Value and Depreciation of Existing Facilities: The Case of Reservoirs,” The Engineering Economist, Vol. 35, No. 1, pp. 1-24, Fall 1989. 7. Lund, J.R., “Metering Public Utilities: Evaluation and Maintenance,” Water Resources Research, Vol. 24, No. 6, pp. 802-816, June 1988. 11 6. Lund, J.R., “Regional Water Supply Development in South Sweden,” Journal of Urban Planning and Development, Vol. 114, No. 1, pp. 14-33, June 1988. 5. Lund, J.R., “Metropolitan Water Market Development: Seattle, Washington, 1887-1987,” J. of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 114, No. 2, pp. 223-240, March 1988. 4. Lund, J.R., “Evaluation and Scheduling of Water Conservation,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 113, No. 5, pp.696-708, September 1987. 3. Lund, J.R. and R.N. Palmer, “Subjective Evaluation: Linguistic Scales in Pairwise Comparison Methods,” Civil Engineering Systems, Vol. 3, No. 4, pp. 182-186, December 1986. 2. Palmer, R.N. and J.R. Lund, “Drought and Power Production,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 112, No.4, pp. 469-484, October 1986. 1. Palmer, R.N. and J.R. Lund, “Multiobjective Evaluation with Subjective Information,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 111, No. 4, pp. 399-416, October 1985. ______________________________________________________________________________________ Book Chapters, Proceedings, and Other Publications 168. Lund, J., “Want to Fix California’s Water Data Problems? Get to the Root Causes,” Water Deeply, Mar. 30, 2018 167. Lund, J., “Despite Wet Weather, California Should Prepare for Drought Again,” Water Deeply, Mar. 8, 2018 166. Lund, J., “Nudging Progress on Funding for Safe Drinking Water,” Water Deeply, Jan. 1, 2018 165. Lund, J. and J. Medellin-Azuara, “California: Water Security from Infrastructure, Institutions, and the Global Economy,” in World Water Council (ed.), Global Water Security - Lessons Learnt and Long-term Implications, Springer, in press. 164. Lund, J., “A shrunken Delta tunnels project? Decision time is upon California,” Sacramento Bee, Op-Ed, 29 October 2017. 163. Lund, J., “Reflections on Cadillac Desert,” Capitol Weekly, Sacramento, CA, July 12, 2017. 162. Lund, J. and A. Willis, “How Reservoirs Can Adapt to Flooding in a Warmer Climate,” Water Deeply, June 30, 2017. 161. Lund, J., “What California Should Learn From a Decade of Water Extremes,” Water Deeply, Apr. 11, 2017. 160. Lund, J., “What We’ve Learned from California’s 2017 Floods So Far,” Water Deeply, 2 March 2017. 159. Lund, J., “After drought, California urgently needs to focus on big picture of water management,” Sacramento Bee, Op-Ed, 29 January 2017. 158. Lund, J., “Why the Environment Needs Water Markets,” Water Deeply, 17 January 2017. 157. Lund, J., R. Hui, A. Escriva, E. Porse, L. Adams, J. Connaughton, L. Kasuri, B. Lord, L. Siegfried, R. Thayer, S. Sandoval-Solis and S. Yi., “Reservoir Operation Design,” in V. Singh (ed.), Handbook of Applied Hydrology (Chapter 130). McGraw Hill Education. 2017. 156. Lund, J., “Book Review: Water is for Fighting Over, and Other Myths about Water in the West, by John Fleck,” Water Economics and Policy, Vol. 2, No. 4, 3 pp., December, 2016. 155. Lund, J., “The Coming Droughts of California in 2017,” Water Deeply, 1 December, 2016. 154. Lund, J., “Lessons we should learn from the drought,” Sacramento Bee, Op-Ed, 2 November, 2016. 12 153. Pulido-Velazquez, M., G.F. Marques, J.J. Harou, and J.R. Lund, “Hydroeconomic Models as Decision Support Tools for Conjunctive Management of Surface and Groundwater,” Chapter 27 in A.J. Jakeman, O. Barreteau, R.J. Hunt, J. Rinaudo, and A. Ross (eds.), Integrated Groundwater Management - Concepts, Approaches and Challenges, Springer Open, ISBN 978-3-319-23576-9, 2016. 152. Lund, J., R. Hui, A. Escriva, E. Porse, L. Adams, J. Connaughton, L. Kasuri, B. Lord, L. Siegfried, R. Thayer, S. Sandoval-Solis, and S. Yi, “Reservoir Operation Design,” Handbook of Hydrology, Singh and Chow (eds.), Chapter 130, McGraw-Hill, Columbus, OH, in press. 151. Escriva-Bou, A., E. Hanak, and J. Lund, “California needs better account of groundwater”, Sacramento Bee, Op-Ed, July 20, 2016. 150. Lund, J. “Droughts and the Global Economy – Lessons from California,” Harvard College Review of Environment and Society, in press. 149. Lund, J., “Inevitable changes in California’s water supply”, Sacramento Bee, Op-Ed, Sunday, May 1, 2016. 148. AghaKouchak, A., D. Feldman, M. Hoerling, T. Huxman, and J. Lund, “Water and climate: Recognize anthropogenic drought,” Nature, comment, Vol. 524, p. 409-411, 27 August 2015. 147. Hanak, E. and J. Lund. “Portfolio approaches to reduce costs and improve reliability of water supplies,” in A. Lassiter (ed.), Sustainable Water – Challenges and Solutions for California, University of California Press, 2015. 146. Howitt, R.E., J. Medellín-Azuara, D. MacEwan, J.R. Lund, and D.A. Sumner, "Economic Impact of the 2015 Drought on Farm Revenue and Employment," Agricultural and Resource Economics Update, Special Issue: The Economics of the Drought for California Food and Agriculture, Vol. 18, No. 5, May/Jun, 2015. 145. Medellín-Azuara, J., D. MacEwan, J.R. Lund, R.E. Howitt, and D.A. Sumner, "Agricultural Irrigation in This Drought: Where Is the Water and Where Is It Going?," Agricultural and Resource Economics Update, Special Issue: The Economics of the Drought for California Food and Agriculture, Vol. 18, No. 5, May/Jun, 2015. 144. Moyle, P. and J. Lund, “Delta ecosystem is in a constant state of change”, Sacramento Bee, OpEd, Sunday, May 24, 2015. 143. Lund, J.R. and J. Medellin-Azuara, “California and Drought - 2014 and the future,” ASCE/EWRI World Environmental and Water Resources Congress, 8 pp., May 2015. 142. Hui, R. and J.R. Lund, “Optimal Flood Pre-releases – Flood Hedging for A Single Reservoir,” ASCE/EWRI World Environmental and Water Resources Congress, 10 pp., May 2015. 141. Hui, R., K. Madani, and J.R. Lund, “Risk-based Levee System Design: Rational vs. Optimal,” ASCE/EWRI World Environmental and Water Resources Congress, 10 pp., May 2015. 140. Lund, J. “When water counts, accounting matters,” Los Angeles Times, Op-Ed, Sunday, April 26, 2015. 139. Hanak, E., J. Lund, J. Mount, et al. California’s Water: Climate Change and Water, Managing Droughts, Paying for Water, Preparing for Floods, the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, Storing Water, Water for Cities, Water for the Environment, and Water for Farms, briefing kit, PPIC Water Policy Center, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, April 2015. 138. Lund, J. and P. Moyle, “How to discourage water wars: don’t give away water”, Opinion, San Francisco Chronicle, March 20, 2015. 137. Lund, J. and M. Hall “Shaping Water Storage Expansion in California”, Viewpoints, Sacramento Bee, Sunday, March 8, 2015. 13 136. Lund, J., “San Francisco Bay-Delta: Ground Zero for California Water Challenges – Risks and Water Resources.” Hydrolink, (IAHR newsletter), No. 1, 2015. 135. Howitt, R. and J. Lund, “Five myths about California’s drought,” Washington Post, 29 Aug 2014. 134. Lund, J., “Dry Times - New water storage alone won't solve California's drought,” Comstock’s Magazine, August 14, 2014. 133. Lund, J., “Guest View: Why utilities shy from mandatory water saving during a drought,” Appeal-Democrat, Marysville, CA, August 4, 2014. 132. Lund, J., J. Mount, and E. Hanak “Putting some myths about California’s drought to rest”, Viewpoints, Sacramento Bee, Sunday, July 6, 2014. 131. Lund, J., E. Hanak, and B. Thompson “Environmental water market would help the losers in this drought”, Viewpoints, Sacramento Bee, Sunday, February 2, 2014. 130. Lund, J. “California droughts precipitate innovation”, Viewpoints, Sacramento Bee, Saturday, January 18, 2014. 129. Lund, J. and E. Hanak, “Resistance is futile — 10 inevitable water changes,” Redding Record Searchlight, Sunday, January 12, 2014. 128. Hanak, E., B. Gray, J. Lund, J.R., “State's water funding habit must change,” Viewpoints, Sacramento Bee, Sunday, August 25, 2013. 127. Medellin-Azuara, J., R.E. Howitt, and J.R. Lund, “Modeling Economic-Engineering Responses to Drought: The California Case,” in K. Schwabe (ed), Drought in Arid and Semi-Arid Regions, Springer, Dordrecht, 2013. 126. Lund, J.R., “Environmental shift is needed towards solutions,” Viewpoints, Sacramento Bee, Sunday, June 30, 2013, page E5. 125. Lund, J.R., “Some Curious Things about Water Management,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, editorial, Vol. 139, No. 1, Jan./Feb. 2013, pp. 1-2. 124. Lund, J.R., “Optimization modeling in water resource systems and markets,” in J. Maestu (ed.), Water Trading and Global Water Scarcity, RFF Press, New York, pp. 321-333, 2013. 123. Lund, J.R., “Get out your tool belt – it's time for state to remodel water system,” Sacramento Bee, op-ed, July 26, 2012. 122. Lund, J.R., “Provoking More Productive Discussion of Wicked Problems,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, editorial, Vol. 138, May/June, 2012. 121. Madani, K. and J.R. Lund, “Innovative modeling for Californian high hydro,” International Water Power & Dam Construction, pp. 34-36, April 2012. 120. Lund, J.R., “Water Accounting Issues in California,” in Jayne Godfrey and Keryn Chalmers (eds), Water Accounting: International Approaches to Policy and Decision-making, Edward Elgar Publishing, Northampton, MA, 2012. 119. Medellín- Azuara, J., R.E. Howitt, and J.R. Lund, “Hydro- economic modeling to assess climate impact and adaptation for agriculture in California,” in A. Dinar and R. Mendelsohn (eds.), Handbook on Climate Change and Agriculture, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, pp. 342-354, 2011. 118. Lund, J.R., “Can trees and levees both live in harmony? They can, if …,” Sacramento Bee, viewpoints, Sunday, July. 3, 2011, page E5. 117. Mount, J.F. and J.R. Lund, “Needed: Floodways to reduce risk,” Sacramento Bee, opinion, Sunday, May. 15, 2011, page E1. 14 116. 115. 114. 113. 112. 111. 110. 109. 108. 107. 106. 105. 104. 103. 102. 101. 100. Ragatz, R., J. Lund, J. Medellin-Azuara, E. Bartolomeo, M. Bates, and S, De Souza, “California Water Supply and Reservoir Storage for Warmer vs. Warmer-Drier Climate Conditions,” ASCE/EWRI World Environmental and Water Resources Congress, pp. 1328-1337, May 2011. Madani, K. and J.R. Lund, “Strategic Multi-Criteria Decision Making under Uncertainty,” ASCE/EWRI World Environmental and Water Resources Congress, pp. 3096-3102, May 2011. Buck, C.R., J. Medellín-Azuara, and J.R. Lund, “California Water Supply and Reservoir Storage for Warmer vs. Warmer-Drier Climate Conditions,” ASCE/EWRI World Environmental and Water Resources Congress, pp. 1365-1374, May 2011. Ertsen, M. and J. Lund, “Drowning Men Will Clutch at Straws - A Short Comparative History Of Dutch And Californian River Flood Management,” 25th ICID European Regional Conference Proceedings, Paper IV-5, 2011. Lund, J.R., “Probabilistic dominance application to the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta,” in B.M. Ayyub (ed.), Vulnerability, Uncertainty, and Risk, Proceedings of ICVRAM 2011 and ISUMA 2011 Conferences, ASCE, Reston, VA, pp. 821-828, 2011. Lund, J.R., “Prospects for Systems Analysis in an Age of Changing Systems: Thoughts from a Saturday Afternoon,” World Environmental and Water Resources Congress Proceedings 2010, ASCE/EWRI, May 2010. Hanak, E. and J. Lund, “Adapter la gestion de l’eau au changement climatique en Californie,” Liaison Energie-Francophone, No. 85, pp. 113-116, 2009. Hanak, E., J. Lund, A. Dinar, B. Gray, R. Howitt, J. Mount, P. Moyle, and B. Thompson, California Water Myths, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, Dec. 2009. Lund, J., P. Moyle, and E. Hanak, “Daunting task, but Delta issues manageable,” Sacramento Bee, Op-Ed, August 23, 2009. Hanak, E. and J. Lund, “Fixing the Delta is critical,” San Diego Union, Op-Ed, June 19, 2009. Mount, J. and J. Lund, “The Delta: Managing the inevitable,” Contra Costa Times, Op-Ed, May 2, 2009. Hanak, E. and J. Lund, “Bay Area’s Tricky Choices About Delta’s Future,” San Francisco Chronicle, Insight Section, Op-Ed, pp. H1 - H3, April 12, 2009. Waller-Barrera, C., Mendoza-Espinosa, L.G., Medellin-Azuara, J. and Lund, J.R., “Optimización económico-ingenieril del suministro agrícola y urbano: una aplicación de reuso del agua en Ensenada, Baja California,” Revista Ingenieria Hidraulica en Mexico, Vol. 24, No. 4, pp. 87-103, October 2009. Lund, J.R., “A Risk analysis of Risk Analysis,” Journal of Contemporary Water Research and Education, Issue 140, pp. 53-60, September, 2008. Lund, J.R., “Closure to ‘Drought Storage Allocation Rules for Surface Reservoir Systems,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 134, pp. 488-489, September 2008. Madani, K., S. Vicuna, J. Lund, J. Dracup and L. Dale, “Different Approaches to Study the Adaptability of High-Elevation Hydropower Systems to Climate Change: The Case of SMUD’s Upper American River Project,” in R.W. Babcock and R. Walton (eds.) World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2008 Ahupua'a, ASCE/EWRI, Reston, VA, May 2008. J.J. Harou, J.R. Lund, “Upscaling Groundwater Models for Inclusion in Management Models Case Study from California’s Sacramento Valley,” in R.W. Babcock and R. Walton (eds.) World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2008 Ahupua'a, ASCE/EWRI, Reston, VA, May 2008. 15 99. Ferreira, I.C.L., M.W. Jenkins, and J.R. Lund, “Unit Penalty Setting for Linear Programming Based Priority Simulation Models,” in R.W. Babcock and R. Walton (eds.) World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2008 Ahupua'a, ASCE/EWRI, Reston, VA, May 2008. 98. Medellín-Azuara, J., L.G. Mendoza-Espinosa, J.R. Lund, C. Waller-Barrera, and R.E. Howitt,” Hydro-economic Analysis of Water Supply for Baja California, Mexico,” in R.W. Babcock and R. Walton (eds.) World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2008 Ahupua'a, ASCE/EWRI, Reston, VA, May 2008. 97. Madani, K. and J. Lund, “Climate Change Effects on Optimal High-Elevation Hydropower Generation in Sierra Nevada, California,” in R.W. Babcock and R. Walton (eds.) World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2008 Ahupua'a, ASCE, Reston, VA, May 2008. 96. Harou, J.J. and J.R. Lund, “Economic and Water Management Effects of a No Overdraft Policy: California’s Tulare Basin,” Ragone, S., Hernández-Mora, N., de la Hera, A., Bergkamp, G. and J. McKay (eds.), The global importance of groundwater in the 21st Century: Proceedings of the International Symposium on Groundwater Sustainability. National Groundwater Association Press, Ohio, August 2007. 95. Harou, J.J. and J.R. Lund, “Hydroeconomic Conjunctive Use Model Formulation for California’s Central Valley using Response Functions,” in K.C. Kabbes (ed.) proceedings of the World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2007, ASCE/EWRI, Reston, VA, May 2007. 94. Madani, K. and J.R. Lund, “High-Elevation Hydropower and Climate Warming in California,” in K.C. Kabbes (ed.) proceedings of the World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2007, ASCE/EWRI, Reston, VA, May 2007. 93. Lund, J.R., T. Zhu, S.K. Tanaka and M.W. Jenkins, “Chapter 10. Water Resources Impacts,” in J.B. Smith and R. Mendelsohn (eds.), The Impact Of Climate Change On Regional Systems: A Comprehensive Analysis of California, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, Cheltenham UK, 2006. 92. Ramirez-Acosta, R., L. Mendoza-Espinoza, J. Medellin-Azura, and J.R. Lund, “Economy, population and efficiency for the future supplying of the potable water in Baja California,” (in Spanish) in A. Mungaray-Lagarda and J. Ocegueda-Hernandez, Estudios economicos sobre Baja California, Universidad Autonoma de Baja California, Mexicali, Mexico, October 2006. 91. Null, S.E. and J.R. Lund, “Restoring Hetch Hetchy Valley: The Role of Modeling in Policy,” EOS, American Geophysical Union, Vol. 87, No. 42, 3 pp., 17, October 2006. 90. Lund, J.R., X. Cai, and G.W. Characklis, “Economic Engineering of Environmental and Water Resource Systems,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 132, No. 6, pp. 399-402, November/December 2006. 89. Field, R. and J.R. Lund, “Multi-objective Optimization of Folsom Reservoir Operation,” Proceedings of the 2006 Conference on Operations Management, ASCE, Reston, VA, August 2006. 88. Lund, J.R., “Most Excellent Integrated Water Management from California,” Proceedings of the 2006 Conference on Operations Management, ASCE, Reston, VA, August 2006. 87. Ferreira, I.C.L. and J.R. Lund, “Priority-Penalty Derivations for Optimization-based Simulation Models,” Proceedings of the 2006 Conference on Operations Management, ASCE, Reston, VA, August 2006. 86. Medellin, J., J. Harou, M. Olivares, J. Lund, R. Howitt, S. Tanaka, M. Jenkins, K. Madani, and T. Zhu, “Climate Warming and Water Supply Management In California,” in Increasing Freshwater Supplies, 2006 UCOWR/NIWR Conference Proceedings, Santa Fe, NM, UCOWR, Carbondale, IL, July 2006. 85. Medellín, J., J.R. Lund, and R.E. Howitt, “An Economic-Engineering Optimization for the Binational Mexico-US Lower Colorado River Delta: The Mexicali Valley Case Study,” in 16 Increasing Freshwater Supplies, 2006 UCOWR/NIWR Conference Proceedings, Santa Fe, NM, UCOWR, Carbondale, IL, July 2006. 84. Lund, J.R., “Discussion of John Labadie’s ‘Optimal Operation of Multireservoir Systems: A State-of-the-Art Review’,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 131, No. 9, September 2005. 83. Lund, J.R. and S.E. Null, “Hetch Hetchy Reclaimed: Water questions are always flowing,” Sacramento Bee, June 26, 2005, Sunday Forum section, front page, 2005. 82. Medellin-Azuara, J. and J.R. Lund, “Applying Economic-Engineering Systems Analysis to the Colorado River Delta,” Transboundary Freshwater Ecosystem Restoration: The role of Law, Process, and Lawyers, International Law Conference, University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, February 18-19, 2005. 81. Paredes, J. and J.R. Lund, “Spill-Minimizing Rules For Parallel Reservoirs: Quantity and Quality”, 5th International Symposium on Ecohydraulics, Madrid, Spain, Conference Proceedings, IAHR, September 2004. 80. Null, S. and J.R. Lund, “Water Supply Implications of Removing O’Shaughnessy Dam,” in EWRI World Congress, Salt Lake City, UT, ASCE, Conference Proceedings, CD-ROM, June 2004. 79. Marques, G., Zhu, T., J.R. Lund, “Integrating Economic Models of Agricultural and Urban Water Use and Transfers with Three-Stage Quadratic Programming,” in EWRI World Congress, Salt Lake City, UT, ASCE, Conference Proceedings, CD-ROM, June 2004. 78. Zhu, T., J.R. Lund, M.W. Jenkins, G. Marques, “Climate Warming Adaptation for Urbanizing Floodplains,” in EWRI World Congress, Salt Lake City, UT, ASCE, Conference Proceedings, CD-ROM, June 2004. 77. Lund, J.R., “Real and Ideal Markets for California: Potential Limits and Infrastructure’s Roles,” in Southwest Hydrology, Vol. 3, No. 2, pp. 24-25, March/April 2004. 76. Zhu, T., S.K. Tanaka, M.W. Jenkins, J.R. Lund, R.E. Howitt, R. Ritzema, I. Ferreira, “Modeling Climate Warming for Water Management in California,” in XI World Water Congress, 5-9 October 2003, Madrid, Spain, IWRA, Conference Proceedings, CD-ROM. 75. Pulido, Manuel, G.F. Marques, M.W. Jenkins, and J.R. Lund, “Conjunctive Use of Ground and Surface Waters: Classical Approaches and California’s Examples,” in XI World Water Congress, 5-9 October 2003, Madrid, Spain, IWRA, Conference Proceedings, CD-ROM. 74. Grimes, P. and J.R. Lund, “Re-assembling California’s Water: How Water Management is Changing and Why,” in XI World Water Congress, 5-9 October 2003, Madrid, Spain, IWRA, Conference Proceedings, CD-ROM. 73. G.F. Marques, J.R. Lund, and R.E. Howitt “Two Stage Programming for Land/Water Management and Conjunctive Use Operations,” in S. Mishra (ed.) Groundwater Quality Modeling and Management Under Uncertainty, Proceedings of the Groundwater Quality Modeling and Management Under Uncertainty Symposium held during the World Water and Environmental Resources Congress in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 24-26, 2003, ASCE and EWRI, Reston, VA. 72. Lund, J.R., “Re-assembling California’s Water: How Water Management will Change and Why,” in P. Bizier and P. DeBarry (eds.) World Water & Environmental Resources Congress 2003, ASCE and EWRI, Conference Proceedings (June 2003), Reston, VA. 71. Lund, J.R., M. W. Jenkins, T. Zhu, S.K. Tanaka, M.Pulido, R.Ritzema, R. Howitt, M. Taubert, and I. Ferriera “Climate Warming & California’s Water Future,” in P. Bizier and P. DeBarry (eds.) World Water & Environmental Resources Congress, ASCE and EWRI, Conference Proceedings (June 2003), Reston, VA. 17 70. Lund, J.R. “Intra-boundary Management’s Role for Trans-boundary Water Problems,” in A.M. Michelsen (ed.) Integrated Transboundary Water Management, UCOWR Conference Proceedings (2002), Carbondale, IL. 69. Lund, J.R. and E. Cabrera, “Regional Water System Management: Water Conservation, Water Supply, and System Irrigation,” in E. Cabrera, R. Cobacho, and J.R. Lund (eds), Regional Water System Management: Water Conservation, Water Supply, and System Integration, A.A. Balkema Publishers, Exton, PA, pp. 3-22, 2002. 68. Cabrera, E. and J.R. Lund, “Conclusion, Regional Water Management: A Long View,” in E. Cabrera, R. Cobacho, and J.R. Lund (eds), Regional Water System Management: Water Conservation, Water Supply, and System Integration, A.A. Balkema Publishers, Exton, PA, pp. 243-246, 2002. 67. Jenkins, M.W. and J.R. Lund, “Opportunities for Conjunctive Use in California,” in Proceedings 2002 Conference on Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, CD-ROM, May 19-22, 2002. 66. Ritzema, R.S., M.W. Jenkins, A. J. Draper, J.R. Lund, R.E. Howitt , S.K. Tanaka, and G.F. Marques, “Optimization of California’s Water System: Results and Insights,” in Proceedings 2002 Conference on Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, CD-ROM, May 19-22, 2002. 65. Tanaka, S.K. and J.R. Lund, “Effects Of Increased Delta Exports On Sacramento Valley’s Economy And Water Management,” in Proceedings 2002 Conference on Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, CD-ROM, May 19-22, 2002. 64. Draper, A.J. and J.R. Lund, “Deterministic Optimization with Limited Foresight for Single Reservoirs,” in Proceedings 2002 Conference on Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, CD-ROM, May 19-22, 2002. 63. Howitt, R.E. and J.R. Lund, “Editorial: Water will drive California response to climate change,” Editorial in California Agriculture, Vol. 56, No. 3, May 2002. 62. Israel, M.S. and J.R. Lund, “Closure: Priority Preserving Unit Penalties in Network Flow Modeling,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, Vol. 127, No. 1, pp. 68-69, January/February 2001. 61. Lund, J.R., A.J. Draper, M.W. Jenkins, K.W. Kirby, B.D. Newlin, B.J. Van Lienden, M.D. Davis, P.M. Grimes, R.E. Howitt, K.B. Ward and S.M. Msangi, “Economic-engineering analysis of Californian water management,” in M.A. Mariño and S.P. Simonovic (eds.), Integrated Water Resources Management, IAHS Publication no. 272, Wallingford, UK, December 2001. 60. Jenkins, M.W., A.J. Draper, G.F. Marques, R.S. Ritzema, S.K. Tanaka, K.W. Kirby, M.S. Fidell, S. Msangi, R.E. Howitt, and J.R. Lund, “Economic Valuation of California’s Water Resources and Infrastructure,” ASCE Specialty Conference on Water Resources and the Environment, Orlando, FL, CD-ROM, ASCE, Reston, VA, May 2001. 59. Davis, M.D., J.R Lund, and R.E. Howitt, “Banking Groundwater to Meet Growing Water Demand in California,” ASCE Specialty Conference on Water Resources and the Environment, Orlando, FL, CD-ROM, ASCE, Reston, VA, May 2001. 58. Jenkins, M.W., A.J. Draper, J.R. Lund, and R.E. Howitt, “Calibration and Testing for Large Integrated Water Management Models,” 2nd International Conference on Decision Making in Urban and Civil Engineering, Lyon, France, Nov. 20-22, 2000, pp. 285- 296. 57. Newlin, B.N., M.W. Jenkins, and J.R. Lund, “Southern California Water Markets: Potentials and Limitations,” ASCE 2000 Joint Conference in Water Resources Engineering and Water Resources Planning and Management, Minneapolis, Minnesota, CD-ROM, ASCE, Reston, VA, August 2000. 18 56. Draper, A. J. and J.R. Lund, “Optimal Reservoir Operations and the Value of Carryover Storage,” ASCE Conference on Water Resources Engineering and Water Resources Planning and Management, Minneapolis, Minnesota, CD-ROM, ASCE, Reston, VA, August 2000. 55. Howitt, R.E. and J.R. Lund, “Measuring the Impacts of Environmental Reallocations of Water in California,” American Journal of Agricultural Economics, December 1999. 54. Lund, J.R., “Federal and State Roles in Regional Water Planning,” Editorial, Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, Vol. 125, No.3, pp. 115-116, May/June 1999. 53. Davis, M. and J.R. Lund, “The Chilean Water Market System and Obstacles to Efficient Water Use,” in E. Wilson (ed.), Proceedings of the Water Resources Planning and Management Division Specialty Conference, ASCE, Reston, VA, 10 pp., CD-ROM, June 1999. 52. Newlin, B., J.R. Lund, K.W. Kirby, and M.W. Jenkins, “A Statewide Economic Optimization Model for California: Modeling Process,” in E.Wilson (ed.), Proceedings of the Water Resources Planning and Management Division Specialty Conference, ASCE, Reston, VA, 10 pp., CD-ROM, June 1999. 51. Jenkins, M.W. and J.R. Lund, “Economic Valuation of Urban Water Use for Large Scale Modeling,” in E. Wilson (ed.), Proceedings of the Water Resources Planning and Management Division Specialty Conference, ASCE, Reston, VA, 10 pp., CD-ROM, June 1999. 50. Lund, J.R., “Integrated Flood Planning with Risk-based Optimization,” in E.Wilson (ed.), Proceedings of the Water Resources Planning and Management Division Specialty Conference, ASCE, Reston, VA, 10 pp., CD-ROM, June 1999. 49. Lund, J.R., “Drought Management and Water Transfer Programs: Recent Developments and Research in California,” E. Cabrera (ed.), Drought Management Planning in Water Supply Systems, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston, MA, pp. 242-260, 1999. 48. Wilchfort-Kalman, O., J.R. Lund, D. Lew, and D.M. Larson, “Economic Analysis for Stormwater Quality Management,” in E.D. Loucks (ed.), Water Resources and the Urban Environment, ASCE, Reston, VA, pp. 574-579, 1998. 47. Lowney, C.L., J.R. Lund, and M.L. Deas, “Optimization Modeling for River Restoration,” in Whipple (ed.), Coordination: Water Resources and Environment, ASCE, Reston, VA, pp. 71-76, 1998. 46. Lund, J.R. and R.N. Palmer, “Water Resource System Modeling for Conflict Resolution,” in Water Resources Update, UCOWR, Issue 108, pp. 70-82, Summer 1997. 45. Lund, J.R., “State Planning in Support of Local Water Management,” SCWC Update, Southern California Water Committee, Vol. 13, No. 2, 1pg., April 1997. 44. Eheart, J.W. and J.R. Lund, “Water Use Management: Permit and Water-Transfer Systems,” Chapter 32 in L. Mays (ed.), Water Resources Handbook, McGraw-Hill, New York, 34 pp, 1996. Also reprinted as Chapter 4 in L. Mays (ed.), Urban Water Supply Handbook, McGraw-Hill, New York, 2002. 43. Hobbs, B.F., R.L. Mittelstadt, and J.R. Lund, “Energy and Water,” Chapter 31 in L. Mays (ed.), Water Resources Handbook, McGraw-Hill, New York, 43 pp, 1996. 42. Moser, D.A., L.L. Skaggs, J.R. Lund, S.J. Ratick, H. Morehouse-Garriga, W. Du, and R. Klimberg, “Risk-Based Planning and Management of Maintenance Dredging: Development and Application of the Reliability-Based Dynamic Dredging Decision (RBD3) Model,” Bulletin P.I.A.N.C. (Permanent International Assoc. of Navigation Congresses), No. 87, pp. 47-65, 1995. 41. Morehouse Garriga, H., S.J. Ratick, D.A. Moser, W. Du, L. Skaggs, J.R., Lund, and R. Klinberg, “A Model for Risk-Based Dredging Decisions,” in M. Domenica (ed.) Proceedings of the 1995 19 Water Resources Planning and Management Division Conference, ASCE, pp. 678-681, May 1995. 40. Kirby, K.W. and J.R. Lund, “Inferring Columbia River System Operating Rules Using Optimization Model Results,” in M. Domenica (ed.) Proceedings of the 1995 Water Resources Planning and Management Division Conference, ASCE, N.Y., pp. 568-571, May 1995. 39. Lund, J.R., V. Vannicola, D.A. Moser, S.J. Ratick, A. Celly, and L.L. Skaggs, “Risk-Based Decision Support for Dredging the Lower Mississippi River,” in M. Domenica (ed.) Proceedings of the 1995 Water Resources Planning and Management Division Conference, ASCE, pp. 647677, May 1995. 38. Lund, J.R., “Self-Optimization in Water Resource Systems,” in M. Domenica (ed.) Proceedings of the 1995 Water Resources Planning and Management Division Conference, ASCE, N.Y., pp. 820-823, May 1995. 37. Werick, W.J., A.M. Keyes, R. Palmer, and J. Lund, “Virtual Drought and Shared Visions: Some Innovations from the National Drought Study,” in D.A. Wilhite and D.A. Wood (eds.), Proceedings of the Conference Drought Management in a Changing West: New Directions for Water Policy, International Drought Information Center Report No. 94-1, Department of Agricultural Meteorology, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE, November 1994. 36. Lund, J.R., “Book review of Global Water Resource Management by G.J. Young, J.C.I. Dooge, and J.C. Rodda” (Cambridge University Press, 1994), EOS, AGU, Vol. 75, No. 51, p. 603, December 20, 1994. 35. Ferreira, I.C.L. and J.R. Lund, “Optimization and Reservoir Operations for the Missouri River,” in H.N. Tuvel (ed.), Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, 4 pp., May 1994. 34. Israel, M., J.R. Lund, and G.T. Orlob, “Cooperative Game Theory in Water Resources,” in H.N. Tuvel (ed.), Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, 4 pp., May 1994. 33. Israel, M., K.W. Kirby, and J.R. Lund, “Thoughts on Reservoir Management Studies,” in H.N. Tuvel (ed.), Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, 4 pp., May 1994. 32. Jensen, M.R. and J.R. Lund, “WATSUP: A Simulation Model for Water Supply Cost and Reliability,” in H.N. Tuvel (ed.), Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, 4 pp., May 1994. 31. Lund, J.R., “Willingness-to-Pay for Alternative Shortage Probability Distributions,” in H.N. Tuvel (ed.), Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, 4 pp., May 1994. 30. Lund, J.R., “Engineering Water Supply Reliability,” SCWC Update, Southern California Water Committee, Vol. 10, No. 1, 1 p., February 1994. 29. Lund, J.R., R. Lawver, R. Anex, G. Tchobanoglous, L. Saska, V. Alaniz, C. Booher, E. Edgar, W. Fleenor, W. Freeman, K. Irving, T. Kear, K. Lindenauer, W. Wright, and J. Parker, “GIGO: Software for Simulating Municipal Solid Waste System,” Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Solid Waste Management, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, November 1993. 28. Lund, J.R. and Israel, M., “Optimizing Water Transfers in Urban Water Supply Planning,” in H.W. Shen (ed.), Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE, 5 pp., July 1993. 27. Lund, J.R., “Discussion: Jacobs and Everett's 'Optimal Scheduling of Consecutive Landfill Operations with Recycling',” Journal of Environmental Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 119, No. 4, pp. 760-763, July/August 1993. 26. Lund, J.R. and Israel, M., “Water Supply Systems Planning with Water Transfers,” in K. Hon (ed.), Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, 4 pp., May 1993. 20 25. Lund, J.R., “Book Review: Water Resources in the Arid Realm, by. C. Agnew and E. Anderson,” Water Resource Bulletin, Vol. 28, No. 6, November/December 1992. 24. Anex, R.P., J.R. Lund, and R.A. Lawver, “Managing Creative MSW Management,” MSW Management, invited guest editorial, November 1992. 23. Lund, J.R., “Closure: Benefit-Cost Ratios: Failures and Alternatives,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, January 1993. 22. Lawver, R.A. and J.R. Lund, “Planning Centralized Materials Recovery Facilities,” in Linaweaver (ed.), WATER FORUM: Environmental Engineering, ASCE, 6 pp., August 1992. 21. Israel, M. and Lund, J.R., “Managing Existing Reservoirs to Meet New Challenges,” in M. Karamouz (ed.), WATER FORUM: Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, pp. 673678, August 1992. 20. Lund, J.R. and M. Israel, “Information Theory and Multi-Objective Evaluation,” in M. Karamouz (ed.), WATER FORUM: Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, pp. 486-491, August 1992. 19. Lund, J.R. and J.D. Englehardt, “Information Entropy and Dose-Response Functions for Risk Analysis,” in C.R. Smith, G. Erickson, and P. Neudorfer (eds.), Maximum Entropy and Bayesian Methods, Seattle, 1991, Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 303-312, 1992. 18. Lund, J.R., “Discussion: T.M. Walski's, 'Unverifiable Conclusions',” Journal of Environmental Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 118, No. 3, pp. 459-461, May/June 1992. 17. Lund, J.R., “Closure: Scheduling Advance Maintenance Dredging on a Single Reach with Uncertainty,” Journal of Waterway, Port, Coastal, and Ocean Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 118, No. 1, pp. 119-120, January/February 1992. 16. Englehardt, J.D. and Lund, J.R., “Information Entropy and Environmental Engineering,” in Environmental Engineering, Proceedings of the Environmental Engineering Division Specialty Conference, ASCE, pp. 586-591, July 1991. 15. Lund, J.R., “Book Review: Water Distribution Systems, by J.W. Male and T.M. Walski,” Water Resource Bulletin, Vol. 27, No. 3, p. 560, June 1991. 14. Lund, J.R., “Optimization of Maintenance for Coastal Inlets with Uncertainty,” in N.C. Kraus (ed.), Coastal Sediments '91, ASCE, pp. 1152-1164, June 1991. 13. Lund, J.R., “Totally Rad Urban Drought Management from California,” in J. L. Anderson (ed.), Proceedings of the 18th National Water Resources Conference, ASCE, pp. 532-536, May 1991. 12. Lund, J.R., D. Moser, K.I. Rubin, and T.A. Denes, “A Decision Support System for Dredging the Lower Mississippi River,” in J.L. Anderson (ed.), Proceedings of the 18th National Water Resources Conference, ASCE, pp. 314-318, May 1991. 11. Lund, J.R. and R.D. Charney, Book review of S.M. Haslam's River Pollution: An Ecological Perspective,” in Environment and Planning A, Vol. 23, No. 4, pp. 618-619, April 1991. 10. Lawver, R., J.R. Lund, and G. Tchobanoglous, “GIGO - A Solid Waste Management Model for Municipalities,” in W.K. Shieh (ed.), Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Solid Waste Management and Secondary Materials, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, 8 pp., December 1990. 9. Lund, J.R., “Cost-Effective Maintenance and Replacement Scheduling,” in J.F. Scott and R.M. Khanbilvardi (eds.), Water Resources Infrastructure: Needs, Economics, and Financing, ASCE, pp. 92-95, May 1990. 8. Reed, R.U. and J.R. Lund, “Transferable Rations for Drought Management?,” in R.M. Khanbilvardi and T.C. Gooch (eds.), Optimizing the Resources for Water Management, ASCE, pp. 726-730, May 1990. 21 7. Lund, J.R., “Strategies for Planning Metropolitan Water Supplies,” in G.R. Baumli (ed.), Legal, Institutional, Financial, and Environmental Aspects of Water Issues, ASCE, pp. 175-182, July 1989. 6. Andrews, E.S., F.I. Chung, and J.R. Lund, “Conjunctive Operation of Surface and Subsurface Storage in California: Regional Planning in Kern County,” in S. Harris (ed.), Water Resources Planning and Management, 16th ASCE Water Resources Planning and Management Conference, pp. 160-163, May 1989. 5. Lund, J.R., “Economic Evaluation of Alternative Disposal of Dredged Material,” in S.C. Harris (ed.), Water Resources Planning and Management, Proceedings of the 16th ASCE Water Resources Planning and Management Specialty Conf., pp.693-696, May 1989. 4. Lund, J.R., “AVI and a WIM on Pavement Management,” Proceedings of the First International Conference on Applications of Advanced Technologies in Transportation Engineering, C. Hendrickson and K. Sinha (eds.), pp. 517-522, February 1989. 3. Johnston, R.A., D. Sperling, P. Craig, and J.R. Lund, “Automating Urban Freeways,” ITS Review, Vol. 11, No. 4, August 1988. 2. Lund, J.R., “The Development of Metropolitan Water Markets, Seattle Washington, 1887-1987,” in D.D. Baumann and Y.Y. Haimes (eds.) The Role of Social and Behavioral Sciences in Water Resources Planning and Management, Proceedings of an Engineering Foundation Conference, ASCE, N.Y., July 1988. 1. Lund, J.R., “Least-Cost Scheduling of Advance Maintenance Dredging,” Proceedings of the 15th ASCE Water Resources Planning and Management Specialty Conference, N.Y., June 1988. ______________________________________________________________________________________ Technical Reports 101. Medellín-Azuara, J., Paw U, K.T., Jin, Y. Jankowski, J., Bell, A.M., Kent, E., Clay, J., Wong, A., Alexander, N., Santos, N., Badillo, J., Hart, Q., Leinfelder-Miles, M., Merz, J., Lund, J.R., Anderson, A., Anderson, M., Chen, Y., Edgar, D., Eching, S., Freiberg, S., Gong, R., Guzmán, A., Howes, D., Johnson, L., Kadir, T., Lambert, J.J., Liang, L., Little, C., Melton, F., Metz, M., Morandé, J.A., Orang, M., Pyles, R.D., Post, K., Roosevelt, C., Sarreshteh, S., Snyder, R.L., Trezza, R., Temegsen, B., Viers, J.H. A Comparative Study for Estimating Crop Evapotranspiration in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta- Final Report, Appendix set, and project datasets. Center for Watershed Sciences, University of California Davis, 2018. 100. Delta Independent Science Board, Review of the Final EIR/EIS for California Waterfix, Delta Stewardship Council, Sacramento, CA, 15 pp., June 2017. 99. Medellín-Azuara, J., J. Lund, P. Goodwin, C. Enright, B. Bray, R. Argent, J. Ariyama, J.F. Bratton, J. Burau, M. Chotkowski, A. Escriva-Bou, J. Lee, S. Lindley, M. McWilliams, S. Peckman, N. Quinn, D. Senn, S. Siegel and J. Wolfe, Integrated Modeling of Estuarine Systems: Lessons for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, Center for Watershed Sciences, University of California – Davis, 22 February 2017. 98. Hanak,, E., J. Lund, B. Arnold, A. Escriva-Bou, B. Gray, S. Green, T. Harter, R. Howitt, D. MacEwan, J, Medellin-Azuara, P. Moyle, and N. Seavy, Water Stress and a Changing San Joaquin Valley, PPIC Water Policy Center, San Francisco, CA, February 2017. 97. Delta Independent Science Board, Review of SWRCB’s “Working Draft Scientific Basis Report for New and Revised Flow Requirements on the Sacramento River and Tributaries, Eastside Tributaries to the Delta, Delta Outflow, and Interior Delta Operations”, Delta Stewardship Council, Sacramento, CA, 10 pp., February 2017. 22 96. Delta Independent Science Board, Workshop report—Earthquakes and High Water as Levee Hazards in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, Delta Stewardship Council, Sacramento, CA, 24 pp., October 2016. 95. Medellín-Azuara, J., K.T. Paw U, Y. Jin, Q. Hart, E. Kent, J. Clay, A. Wong, A. Bell, M. Anderson, D. Howes, F. Melton, T. Kadir, M. Orang, M.M. Leinfelder-Miles, J.R. Lund, Estimation of Crop Evapotranspiration in the Sacramento San Joaquin Delta: Preliminary Results for the 2014-2015 Water Year, report for the Office of the Delta Watermaster - State Water Resources Control Board, Center for Watershed Sciences, UC Davis. 38 pp, September, 2016. 94. MedellínAzuara, J., D. MacEwan, R.E. Howitt, D.A. Sumner, and J.R. Lund, Economic Analysis of the 2016 California Drought on Agriculture, report for the California Department of Food and Agriculture, Center for Watershed Sciences, University of California – Davis, August, 2016. 93. Escriva-Bou, A., H. McCann, E. Hanak, J. Lund, and B. Gray. Accounting for California’s Water, 28 pp., PPIC Water Policy Center, San Francisco, CA, July 2016. 92. Escriva-Bou, A., H. McCann, E. Blanco, B. Gray, E. Hanak, J. Lund, B. MagnusonSkeels, and A. Tweet. Accounting for California’s Water – Technical Appendix, 177 pp., PPIC Water Policy Center, San Francisco, CA, July 2016. 91. Delta Independent Science Board, Improving Adaptive Management in the SacramentoSan Joaquin Delta, Delta Stewardship Council, Sacramento, CA, 66 pp., February 2016. 90. Mount, J., E. Hanak, C. Chappelle, B. Colby, R. Frank, G. Gartrell, B. Gray, D. Kenney, J. Lund, P. Moyle, and L.Szeptycki. Improving the Federal Response to Western Drought: Five Areas for Reform, 32 pp., PPIC Water Policy Center, San Francisco, CA, February 2016. 89. Gray, B. E. Hanak, R. Frank, R. Howitt, J. Lund, L. Szeptycki, and B. Thompson, Allocating California’s Water: Directions for Reform, 21 pp., PPIC Water Policy Center, San Francisco, CA, November 2015. 88. Delta Independent Science Board, Review by the Delta Independent Science Board of the Bay Delta Conservation Plan/California WaterFix Partially Recirculated Draft Environmental Impact Report/ Supplemental Draft Environmental Impact Statement, Delta Stewardship Council, Sacramento, CA, 20 pp., September 2015. 87. Delta Independent Science Board, Flows and Fishes in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta: Research Needs in Support of Adaptive Management, Delta Stewardship Council, Sacramento, CA, 37 pp., September 2015. 86. Hanak, E., J. Mount, C. Chappelle, J. Lund, J. Medellín-Azuara, P. Moyle, and N. Seavy, What If California’s Drought Continues?, 20 pp., PPIC Water Policy Center, San Francisco, CA, August 2015. 85. Hanak, E., J. Mount, C. Chappelle, J. Lund, J. Medellín-Azuara, P. Moyle, and N. Seavy, What If California’s Drought Continues? Technical Appendix, 36 pp., PPIC Water Policy Center, San Francisco, CA, August 2015. 84. Howitt R, Medellín-Azuara J, MacEwan D, Lund J and Sumner D., “Economic Analysis of the 2015 Drought for California Agriculture.” Center for Watershed Sciences, UC Davis. 16 pp, August, 2015. 23 83. Lund, J., A. Munévar, A. Taghavi, M. Hall and A. Saracino, “Integrating storage in California’s changing water system,” Center for Watershed Sciences, UC Davis, 44 pp., November 2014. 82. Howitt, R.E., Medellin-Azuara, J., MacEwan, D., Lund, J.R. and Sumner, D.A. Economic Analysis of the 2014 Drought for California Agriculture. Center for Watershed Sciences, University of California, Davis, CA, 28pp. July 28, 2014. 81. Delta Independent Science Board, Review of the Draft BDCP EIR/EIS and Draft BDCP, Delta Stewardship Council, Sacramento, CA, 133 pp., May 2014. 80. Hanak, E., B. Gray, J. Lund, D. Mitchell, C. Chappelle, A. Fahland, K. Jessoe, J. MedellinAzuara, D. Misczynski, J. Nachbaur, and R. Suddeth, Paying for Water in California, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, 78 pp., March 2014. 79. Gray, B., D. Misczynski, E. Hanak, A. Fahlund, J. Lund, D. Mitchell, and J. Nachbaur, Paying for Water in California: Technical Appendix A: The Legal Framework, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, 49 pp., March 2014. 78. Hanak, E., C. Chappelle, K. Jessoe, J. Lund, J. Medellín-Azuara, D. Mitchell, and R. Suddeth, Paying for Water in California: Technical Appendix B: Estimates of Water Sector Expenditures, Revenues, and Needs, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, 36 pp., March 2014. 77. Freeman, E., C. Chappelle, E. Hanak, and J. Lund, Paying for Water in California: Technical Appendix E: Local Ballot Measures to Fund the Water System, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, 17 pp., March 2014. 76. Hanak, E., J. Lund, J. Durand, W. Fleenor, B. Gray, J. Medellín-Azuara , J. Mount, P. Moyle, C. Phillips, and B. Thompson, Stress Relief: Prescriptions for a Healthier Delta Ecosystem, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, 32 pp., April 2013. 75. Hanak, E., C. Phillips, J. Lund, J. Durand, J. Mount, and P. Moyle, Scientist and Stakeholder Views on the Delta Ecosystem, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, 108 pp., April 2013. 74. Gray, B., B. Thompson, E. Hanak, J. Lund, and J. Mount, Integrated Management of Delta Stressors: Institutional and Legal Options, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, 74 pp., April 2013. 73. Medellín-Azuara, J., J. Durand, W. Fleenor, E. Hanak, J. Lund, P. Moyle, and C. Phillips, Costs of Ecosystem Management Actions for the Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, 35 pp., April 2013. 72. Moyle, P., W. Bennett, J. Durand, W. Fleenor, B. Gray, E. Hanak, J. Lund, and J. Mount, Where the Wild Things Aren’t: Making the Delta a Better Place for Native Species, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, 55 pp., June 2012. 71. Mount, J., W. Bennett, J. Durand, W. Fleenor, E. Hanak, J. Lund, and P. Moyle, Aquatic Ecosystem Stressors in the Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, 24 pp., 2012. 70. Hanak, E., J. Lund, B. Thompson, W.B. Cutter, B. Gray, D. Houston, R. Howitt, K. Jessoe, G. Libecap, J. Medellín-Azuara, S. Olmstead, D. Sumner, D. Sunding, B. Thomas, and R. Wilkinson, Water and the California Economy, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, 30 pp., 2012. 69. Medellín-Azuara, J., E. Hanak, R. Howitt, and J. Lund, Transitions for the Delta Economy, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, 62 pp., 2012. 24 68. Harter, T., J. R. Lund, J. Darby, G. E. Fogg, R. Howitt, K. K. Jessoe, G. S. Pettygrove, J. F. Quinn, J. H. Viers, D. B. Boyle, H. E. Canada, N. DeLaMora, K. N. Dzurella, A. Fryjoff-Hung, A. D. Hollander, K. L. Honeycutt, M. W. Jenkins, V. B. Jensen, A. M. King, G. Kourakos, D. Liptzin, E. M. Lopez, M. M. Mayzelle, A. McNally, J. Medellin-Azuara, and T. S. Rosenstock. Addressing Nitrate in California's Drinking Water with a Focus on Tulare Lake Basin and Salinas Valley Groundwater. Report for the State Water Resources Control Board Report to the Legislature. Center for Watershed Sciences, University of California, Davis. 78 p., 2012. 67. Dzurella, K. N., J. Darby, N. De La Mora, A. Fryjoff-Hung, T. Harter, A. D. Hollander, R. Howitt, V. B. Jensen, K. Jessoe, A. M. King, J. Lund, J. Medellín-Azuara, G. S. Pettygrove, and T. S. Rosenstock. 2012. Nitrogen Source Reduction to Protect Groundwater. Technical Report 3 in Addressing Nitrate in California’s Drinking Water with a Focus on Tulare Lake Basin and Salinas Valley Groundwater. Report for the State Water Resources Control Board Report to the Legislature. University of California, Davis, Center for Watershed Sciences. 66. Honeycutt, K., H. Canada, M. W. Jenkins, and J .R. Lund. 2012. Alternative Water Supply Options for Nitrate Contamination. Technical Report 7 in Addressing Nitrate in California’s Drinking Water with a Focus on Tulare Lake Basin and Salinas Valley Groundwater. Report for the State Water Resources Control Board Report to the Legislature. University of California, Davis, Center for Watershed Sciences. 65. Canada, H., K. Honeycutt, K. Jessoe, M. W. Jenkins, and J. R. Lund. 2012. Regulatory and Funding Options for Nitrate Groundwater Contamination. Technical Report 8 in Addressing Nitrate in California’s Drinking Water with a Focus on Tulare Lake Basin and Salinas Valley Groundwater. Report for State Water Resources Control Board Report to the Legislature. University of California, Davis, Center for Watershed Sciences. 64. De Souza, S., J. Medellín-Azuara, N.Burley, J. Lund, and R. Howitt (2011), Guidelines for Preparing Economic Analysis for Water Recycling Projects, report prepared for the California State Water Resources Control Board, Sacramento, Center for Watershed Sciences, University of California, Davis, 47 pp. 63. Madani K. Lund, J. R., FERC Re-licensing and Climate Change, California Energy Commission, PIER Program, CEC-500-2005-195, 2010. 62. Fleenor, W.A, W. Bennett, P. Moyle, and J. Lund, On Developing prescriptions for freshwater flows to sustain desirable fishes in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences, Davis, CA, Submitted to the State Water Resources Control Board regarding flow criteria for the Delta necessary to protect public trust resources, February, 2010. 61. Lund, J.R., S.M. Scheierling, and G. Milne, Modeling for Watershed Management: A Practitioner’s Guide, Water Working Note No. 27, World Bank, Washington, DC, June 2010. 60. Hanak, E., J. Lund, A. Dinar, B. Gray, R. Howitt, J. Mount, P. Moyle, and B. Thompson, California Water Myths, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, Dec. 2009 59. Medellín-Azuara, J., C.R. Connell, K. Madani, J.R. Lund and R.E. Howitt, Water Management Adaptation with Climate Change, California Energy Commission, PIER Energy‐Related Environmental Research Program, CEC-500-2009-049-F, Sacramento, CA, 2009. 58. Medellin-Azuara, Josue, Mendoza-Espinosa, L.G., Lund, J.R., Waller, C. Howitt, R.E., Water Supply for Baja California: Economic-Engineering Analysis for Agricultural, Environmental and Urban Demands, A Report Prepared for the Border Affairs Unit of the California Environmental Protection Agency, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California Davis, January, 2009. 57. Harou , J.J. and J.R. Lund, Representing Groundwater in Water Management Models Applications to California, California Energy Commission, PIER Energy - Related Environmental Research Program, CEC-500-2008-092, Sacramento, CA, 2008. 25 56. Hanak, E. and J. Lund, Adapting California’s Water Management to Climate Change, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, November 2008. 55. Lund, J., E. Hanak, W. Fleenor, W. Bennett, R. Howitt, J. Mount, and P. Moyle, Comparing Futures for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, July 2008. 54. Hanak, E. and J. Lund, “Policy and Regulatory Challenges for the Delta,” Appendix A to Comparing Futures for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, August 2008. 53. Suddeth, R., J. Mount, and J. Lund, “Levee Decisions and Sustainability for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta,” Appendix B to Comparing Futures for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, August 2008. 52. Fleenor, W., E. Hanak, J. Lund, and J. Mount, “Delta Hydrodynamics and Water Quality with Future Conditions,” Appendix C to Comparing Futures for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, July 2008. 51. Bennett, W., E. Hanak, J. Lund, and P. Moyle, “An Expert Survey on the Viability of Delta Fish Populations,” Appendix E to Comparing Futures for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, August 2008. 50. Tanaka, S., C. Connell, K. Madani, J. Lund, and E. Hanak, “Economic Costs and Adaptations for Increasing Delta Outflows and Reducing or Ending Delta Exports,” Appendix F to Comparing Futures for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, July 2008. 49. Lund, J., “Peripheral Canal Design and Implementation Options,” Appendix G to Comparing Futures for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, July 2008. 48. Chen, W-H, K. Haunschild, and J. Lund, “Delta Drinking Water Quality and Treatment Costs,” Appendix H to Comparing Futures for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, August 2008. 47. Medellin, J, R. Howitt, and J. Lund, “Economic Effects on Agriculture of Water Export Salinity South of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta,” Appendix I to Comparing Futures for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, August 2008. 46. Lund, J., E. Hanak, W. Fleenor, W. Bennett, R. Howitt, J. Mount, and P. Moyle, “Decision Analysis of Delta Strategies,” Appendix J to Comparing Futures for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, July 2008. 45. Madani, K. and J.R. Lund, Adaptability Of California’s High-Elevation Hydropower Generation To Climate Warming, Project Completion Report, California Energy Commission, Sacramento, CA, 36 pp., April 2007. 44. Jenkins, M.W., S.K. Tanaka, and J.R. Lund, DWR WRIMS/CALSIM II Database and Database Application Enhancements, final project completion report to California Department of Water Resources, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Davis, 19 August 2006. 43. Zhu, T., M.W. Jenkins, and J.R. Lund, Estimated Impacts of Climate Warming on California Water Availability under Twelve Future-Climate Scenarios, PIER Project Report CEC-500-200640, California Energy Commission, Sacramento, CA, April 2006. 42. Medellin, J., J. Harou, M. Olivares, J.R. Lund, R. Howitt, S. Tanaka, M. Jenkins, K. Madani, and T. Zhu, Climate Warming and Water Supply Management In California, White Paper CEC-500- 26 2005-195-SD, Climate Change Program, California Energy Commission, Sacramento, CA, February 2006. 41. Ford, D., L. Grober, T. Harmon J.R. Lund (Chair) and D. McKinney, Review Panel Report, San Joaquin River Valley CalSim II Model Review, CALFED Science Program – California Water and Environment Modeling Forum, Sacramento, CA, January 2006. 40. Lund, J.R., R. Tull, and K.T. Shum, A Strategic Analysis Framework for Managing Water in California, Report 2005-1, California Water and Environmental Modeling Forum, September 2005. 39. Ferreira, I.C., S.K. Tanaka, S.P. Hollinshead, and J.R. Lund, CALSIM II in California’s Water Community: Musing on a Model, Report to the California Bay Delta Authority Science Program, Sacramento, CA, January 2004. 38. Close, A., W.M. Hanemann, J.W. Labadie, D.P. Loucks (Chair), J.R. Lund, D.C. McKinney, and J.R. Stedinger, A Strategic Review of CALSIM II and its Use for Water Planning, Management, and Operations in Central California, Report to the California Bay Delta Authority Science Program, Sacramento, CA, December 2003. 37. Marques, G.F., M.W. Jenkins, and J.R. Lund, “Modeling of Friant Water Management And Groundwater,” Center for Environmental and Water Resources Engineering Report No. 03-2, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Davis, CA, 2003. 36. Lund, J.R., R.E. Howitt, M.W. Jenkins, T. Zhu, S.K. Tanaka, M. Pulido, M. Tauber, R. Ritzema, I. Ferreira, “Climate Warming and California’s Water Future,” Center for Environmental and Water Resources Engineering Report No. 03-1, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Davis, CA, http://cee.engr.ucdavis.edu/faculty/lund/CALVIN/, 2003. 35. Jenkins, M.W., A.J. Draper, J.R. Lund, R.E. Howitt, S.K. Tanaka, R. Ritzema, G.F. Marques, S.M. Msangi, B.D. Newlin, B.J. Van Lienden, M.D. Davis, and K.B. Ward, “Improving California Water Management: Optimizing Value and Flexibility,” Center for Environmental and Water Resources Engineering Report No. 01-1, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Davis, CA, http://cee.engr.ucdavis.edu/faculty/lund/CALVIN/, 2001. 34. Lund, J.R., “Report to the Honorable Judge Oliver Wanger, United States District Court, Eastern District of California, in the cases of CIV-F-97-6140-OWW and CIV-F-5261-OWW,” January 28, 2000. 33. Satkowski, R., J.R. Lund, H. Morel-Seytoux, A. Nelson, and T. Roefs, Protocols for Water and Environmental Modeling, Bay-Delta Modeling Forum, Richmond, CA, Report No. BDMF 20001, 38 pp, January 2000. 32. Howitt, R.E., J.R. Lund, K.W. Kirby, M.W. Jenkins, A.J. Draper, P.M. Grimes, M.D. Davis, K.B. Ward, B.D. Newlin, B.J. Van Lienden, J.L. Cordua, and S.M. Msangi, Integrated EconomicEngineering Analysis of California’s Future Water Supply, completion report to The California Resources Agency, Sacramento, CA, August 1999. 31. Kalman, O. and J.R. Lund, MTBE: Evaluation of Management Options for Water Supply and Ecosystem Impacts, in Health & Environmental Assessment of MTBE, Volume V, University of California Toxic Substances Research and Teaching Program, Davis, CA, November 1998. 30. Anex, R.P., J.R. Lund, and D.P.Y. Chang, Industrial Surface Coatings - Wood Furniture and Fixtures Emission Inventory Development, Project Completion Report to the California Air Resources Board, Contract No. 93-343, Sacramento, CA, June 1998. 29. Lund, J.R., M. Jenkins, and O. Kalman, Integrated Planning and Management for Urban Water Supplies Considering Multiple Uncertainties, University of California Water Resources Center No. 205, Davis, CA, May 1998. 27 28. Wilchfort, O., J.R. Lund, D. Lew, and D.M. Larson, An Economic Valuation of Stormwater Quality Improvement for Ballona Creek, California, Center for Environmental and Water Resources Engineering Report No. 97-2, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Davis, CA, May 1997. 27. Lew, D., O. Wilchfort, J.R. Lund, D.M. Larson, and R.P. Anex, Approaches to Economic Valuation of Changes in Receiving Water Quality: A Critical Review, Final Report for the Environmental Program, California Department of Transportation, Sacramento, CA, Nov. 1996. 26. Murk, N. and J.R. Lund, Application of HEC-PRM for Seasonal Reservoir Operation of the Columbia River System, Technical Report RD-43, Hydrologic Engineering Center, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Davis, CA, June 1996. 25. Lund, J.R. and J. Guzman, Developing Seasonal and Long-term Reservoir System Operation Plans using HEC-PRM, Technical Report RD-40, Hydrologic Engineering Center, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Davis, CA, June 1996. 24. Lund, J.R., Sedimentation and Control Depth Uncertainty: Quantification for Risk Analysis of Maintenance Dredging, Project Completion Report for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Institute for Water Resources, Alexandria, VA, February 1996. 23. Lund, J.R. and K.W. Kirby, Preliminary Operating Rules for the Columbia River System from HEC-PRM Results, Technical Report No. PR-26, Hydrologic Engineering Center, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Davis, CA, June 1995. 22. Anex, R.P. and J.R. Lund, Household Hazardous Waste Management: Qualitative Assessment of Alternative Policies, Center for Environmental and Water Resources Engineering Report No. 942, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Davis, CA, November 1994. 21. Brumbaugh, R., W. Werick, W. Teitz, and J. Lund, Lessons Learned from the California Drought (1987-1992): Executive Summary, IWR Report 94-NDS-6, Institute for Water Resources, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Alexandria, VA, October 1994. 20. Ferreira, I.C.L. and J.R. Lund, Operating Rules from HEC-PRM Results for the Missouri River System: Development and Preliminary Testing, Technical Report No. PR-22, Hydrologic Engineering Center, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Davis, CA, May 1994. 19. USACE, Columbia River Reservoir System Analysis: Phase II, Technical Report No. PR-21, Hydrologic Engineering Center, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Davis, CA, December 1993. (one of several authors) 18. M.R. Jensen and J.R. Lund, WATSUP: A Simulation Model for Water Supply Costs and Reliability, project completion report to the California Department of Water Resources, Sacramento, CA, June 1993. 17. Lund, J.R., Water Supply Facilities in California: Prospects and Problems for Delta Water Management, subcontractor project completion report to the Western Consortium for Public Health, Berkeley, CA (a contractor to U.S. EPA), 42 pp, May 1993. 16. Lund, J.R., one of 26 authors, Water Conservation at UC Davis, Center for Environmental and Water Resources Engineering Report No. 92-2, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Davis, CA, November 1992. 15. Lund, J.R., M. Israel, R. Kanazawa, Recent California Water Transfers: Emerging Options in Water Management, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Hydrologic Engineering Center Report No. RD-38 (December 1992) and UC Davis Center for Environmental and Water Resources Engineering Report No. 92-1, November 1992. 28 14. Lund, J.R., Developing Operation Plans from HEC Prescriptive Reservoir Model Results for the Missouri River System: Preliminary Results, Report No. PR-18, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Hydrologic Engineering Center, March 1992. 13. Israel, M. and J.R. Lund, Managing Existing Reservoirs to Meet New Challenges, Project completion report, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Hydrologic Engineering Center, Nov. 1991. 12. Lund, J.R. and R.D. Charney, Economic Optimization of Advance Maintenance Dredging II: An Application Guide and Demonstration, Phase II project report to U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Waterways Experiment Station, April 1991. 11. Moser, D.A., T. Denes, J.R. Lund, and K.I. Rubin, A Risk-Based Decision Support System for Maintenance Dredging: Stage 1 - Conceptual Design, Project completion report for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers New Orleans District, May 1990. 10. Lund, J.R., Economic Optimization of Advance Maintenance Dredging I: Optimization and Economic Theory, Phase I project report to U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Waterways Experiment Station, September 1989. 9. Lund, J.R., The Value and Depreciation of Existing Facilities: The Case of Reservoirs, Tech. Paper No. 126, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Hydrologic Engineering Center, April 1989. 8. Lund, J.R., Pricing Reallocated Reservoir Storage, Project Report for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Hydrologic Engineering Center, May 1988. 7. Lund, J.R., Reservoir Value and Depreciation, Project Report for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Hydrologic Engineering Center, April 1988. 6. Lund, J.R., Metering Utility Services: Theory and Water Supply Applications, Civil Engineering Ph.D. thesis and Water Resources Technical Report No. 103, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Washington, December 1986. 5. Lund, J.R., Regional Water Supply Development in South Sweden, Technical Report No. 3110, Department of Water Resources Engineering, University of Lund, Lund, Sweden, May 1986. 4. Lund, J.R. and R.N. Palmer, System Cooperation in Regional Water Supply Planning, Water Resources Series Technical Report No. 95, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Washington, July 1985. 3. Mar, B.W., D.P. Lettenmaier, R.R. Horner, J.S. Richey, R.N. Palmer, S.P. Millard, M.C. MacKenzie, S. Vega-Gonzalez, and J.R. Lund, Sampling Design for Aquatic Ecological Monitoring, EA-4302, Volumes 1-5, Electric Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, CA, 1985 2. Lettenmaier, D.P., R.N. Palmer, K.M. Leytham, J.R. Lund, and S.J. Burges, Strategies for Coping with Drought, Phase II, Project Report for the Electric Power Research Institute, December 1984. 1. Lund, J.R., Living Aboard as an Element of an Urban Landscape, M.A. thesis, Department of Geography, University of Washington, Seattle, August 1983. ______________________________________________________________________________________ Blog Posts/Essays CaliforniaWaterBlog.com – over 100 short essays and comments for a water policy and management audience, over 10,800 blog followers, as of May 2018 1. California’s Water Data Problems are Symptoms of Inchoate Science and Technical Activities, J. Lund, March 26, 2018 (republished by Water Deeply) 2. Despite Wet Weather, California Should Prepare for Drought Again, J. Lund, March 4, 2018 (republished by Water Deeply) 29 3. Drought Water Right Curtailment – Analysis, Transparency, and Limits, J. Lund, B. Lord, A. Tweet, W. Walker, C. Whittington, R. Thayer, J. Laird, Q. Hart, N. Santos, W. Fleenor, J. Pavicic, L. Adams, and B. Arnold, February 18, 2018 4. Ecological Incentives for Delta Water Exports, J. Lund and P. Moyle, January 24, 2018 5. Beginning of 2018 drought? – December 31, 2017, J. Lund, December 24, 2017 6. Nudging Progress on Funding for Safe Drinking Water, J. Lund, December 24, 2017 (republished by Water Deeply) 7. Duel Conveyance: Delta Tunnel Dilemmas, J. Lund, November 19, 2017 8. We hold our convenient truths to be self-evident – Dangerous ideas in California water, J. Lund, 27 August, 2017. 9. Reflections on Cadillac Desert, J. Lund, July 9, 2017 (republished by Capitol Weekly) 10. San Joaquin Valley Water Supplies - Unavoidable Variability and Uncertainty, Brad Arnold, Alvar Escriva-Bou, and Jay Lund, 2 July 2017. 11. Accounting for Water in the San Joaquin Valley, B. Arnold, A. Escriva-Bou, J. Lund, and E. Hanak, April 16, 2017. 12. California’s drought and floods are over and just beginning, J. Lund, April 9, 2017. (republished by Water Deeply) 13. Pumping out the Inland Sea – Delta exports in a time of plenty, J. Lund, March 26, 2017. 14. California’s Floods of 2017, so far, J. Lund, February 26, 2017. (republished by Water Deeply) 15. California’s Wettest Drought? – 2017, J. Lund, February 5, 2017. 16. Indicators of a drought ending in northern California, J. Lund, January 15, 2017. 17. Tails of California’s Drought, J. Lund, January 10, 2017. 18. Out With the Old Drought and In With the New?, J. Lund, December 28, 2016. 19. How engineers see the water glass in California, J. Lund, December 5, 2016. 20. The Coming Droughts of California in 2017 – November 27, 2016, J. Lund.(republished by Water Deeply) 21. Water is for fighting over? – a review of John Fleck’s recent book, J.R. Lund, October 17, 2016. 22. Comparing Delta Consumptive Use: Preliminary Results from a Blind Model Comparison, J. Medellín-Azuara, K.T. Paw U, Y. Jin, Q. Hart, E. Kent, J. Clay, A. Wong, A. Bell, M. Anderson, D. Howes, F. Melton, T. Kadir, M. Orang, M.M. Leinfelder-Miles, J.A. Morande, W. Li, and J.R. Lund, October 9, 2016. 23. Drought Prospects in California for the New 2017 Water Year – October 1, 2016, October 3, 2016, J.R. Lund 24. How much water was pumped from the Delta’s Banks Pumping Plant? A mystery. September 26, 2016, J.R. Lund 25. Economic Analysis of the 2016 California Drought for Agriculture, August 15, 2016, J. MedellínAzuara, D. MacEwan, R. E. Howitt, D.A. Sumner, and J.R. Lund 26. Better accounting begets better water management, July 24, 2016, J. Lund 27. How bad is water management in California?, June 26, 2016, J. Lund 28. Water and salt exports from the Delta – A tale of two plots, May 29, 2016, J. Lund and W. Fleenor 29. Inevitable Changes to Water in California, May 8, 2016, J. Lund 30. The Collapse of Water Exports – Los Angeles, 1914, May 1, 2016, J. Lund 31. California’s Delta-Groundwater Nexus: Delta Effects of Ending Central Valley Overdraft?, April 17, 2016, Timothy Nelson, Heidi Chou, Prudentia Zikalala, Jay Lund, Rui Hui, and Josué Medellín–Azuara 32. ENSO the Wet Season Ends (almost) – March 31, 2011, April 3, 2016, Jay Lund 33. Using Game Theory To Encourage Cooperation in Levee System Planning, March 13, 2016, R. Hui and J. Lund 34. Let people pay what water is worth – Sell your conserved water, March 6, 2016, J. Lund 35. ENSO the Drought Strikes Back! The 2016 Drought so far – March 1, February 28, 2016, Jay Lund 36. You Can’t Always Get What You Want – A Mick Jagger Theory of Drought Management, February 21, 2016, Jay Lund 37. ENSO it’s raining. The 2016 Drought so far – February 1, January 31, 2016, Jay Lund 38. ENSO it Begins? The 2016 Drought – so far – January 3, January 31, 2016, Jay Lund 30 39. The Earth is Falling! – Land Subsidence and Water Management in California, December 27, 2015, Jay Lund, Thomas Harter, Rob Gaily, Rick Frank, and Graham Fogg 40. Comments to SWRCB: Regulation for Measuring and Reporting Water Diversion, December 16, 2015, H. McCann, E. Blanco, A. Escriva-Bou, E. Hanak, J. Lund, B. Magnuson-Skeels, A. Tweet 41. Improving mandatory State cutbacks of urban water use for a 5th year of drought, Dec. 13, 2015, J. Lund 42. Water conservation for the birds, October 6, 2015, Jay Lund 43. The banality of California’s ‘1,200-year’ drought, September 23, 2015, Jay Lund 44. How research programs stack up — a photo essay, September 21, 2015, Jay Lund 45. For a change in Delta perspective, move a few feet, September 9, 2015, Jay Lund 46. Drought bites harder, but agriculture remains robust, August 18, 2015, Howitt, R. D. MacEwan, J. Medellín- Azuara and J. Lund 47. Drought killing farm jobs even as they grow. June 8, 2015, Medellín-Azuara J., R. Howitt, D. MacEwan, D. Sumner and J. Lund 48. Harsher drought impacts forecast for California agriculture, June 2, 2015, R. Howitt, D. MacEwan, J. Medellín-Azuara, J. Lund and D. Sumner 49. Ten ways the feds can help ease drought in the West, May 27, 2015, Hanak, H., J. Mount, C. Chappelle, R. Frank, J. Lund, P. Moyle, G. Gartrell, B. Gray, and B. Thompson 50. Keeping accounts for groundwater sustainability, May 10, 2015, R. Gailey, G. Fogg, T. Harter, J. Lund, H. Dahlke, R. Frank, T. Ginn, R. Howitt, M. Jenkins, B. Magnuson, J. Medellín-Azuara, and S. Sandoval Solis 51. Water rationing and California’s drought, May 3, 2015, J. Lund 52. Jobs per drop irrigating California crops. April 28, 2015, Medellín-Azuara J., J. Lund and R. Howitt 53. Dollars and drops per California crop, April 14, 2015, J. Medellín-Azuara and J. Lund 54. The California Drought of 2015: A preview, March 30, 2015, J. Lund 55. Water giveaways during a drought invite conflict, March 23, 2015, J. Lund 56. Creating effective groundwater sustainability plans, March 4, 2015, J. Lund, T. Harter, R. Gailey, G. Fogg, R. Frank, H. Dahlke, T. Ginn, S. Sandoval Solis, T., A. Fisher, R. Langridge, J. Viers, T. Harmon, P. Holden, A. Keller, M. Kiparsky, T. Greene, S. Mehl, J. Gurdak, S. Gorelick, and R. Knight 57. The California Drought of 2015: March, February 28, 2015, J. Lund and P. Moyle 58. Dutch lessons on levee design and prioritization for California, February 26, 2015, J. Lund 59. The romance of rain barrels, February 8, 2015, J. Lund 60. The California Drought of 2015: February, February 4, 2015, J. Lund 61. Demystifying mist as a source of water supply, January 26, 2015, J. Lund 62. The California Drought of 2015: January, January 5, 2015, J. Lund 63. New environmentalism needed for California water 9 Dec. 2014, J. Lund. 64. Shaping water storage in California 20 November 2014, J. Lund, M. Hall and A. Saracino 65. Modernizing drought water allocations 16 Oct. 2014, E. Hanak, J. Mount, J. Lund, G. Gartrell, B. Gray, R. Frank and P. Moyle 66. Groundwater reform more important than water bond 27 Aug.2014, J. Lund and T. Harter 67. Why utilities shy from mandatory water saving during a drought 30 July 2014, J Lund 68. Weathering the drought by drawing down the bank 15 July 2014, R. Howitt, J. Medellín-Azuara, D. MacEwan and J. Lund 69. Challenging myth and mirage in California’s drought 10 July 2014, J. Lund, J. Mount, and E. Hanak 70. Could California weather a mega-drought? 29 June 2014, J. Lund 71. Will California’s drought extend into 2015? 15 June 2014, J. Lund and J. Mount 72. Should California expand reservoir capacity by removing sediment? 9 June 2014, J. Lund 73. Beyond bonds: Funding the governor’s Water Action Plan 5 June 2014, E. Hanak, B. Gray, J. Lund, D. Mitchell, C. Chappelle, E. Freeman, D. Misczynski, and J. Nachbau 74. Is shorting fish of water during drought good for water users? 3 June 2014, J. Lund and P. Moyle 75. Why California’s agriculture needs groundwater management 26 May 2014, J. Lund, J. MedellínAzuara and T. Harter 76. Severe drought impacts to Central Valley agriculture forecast this year 19 May 2014, R. Howitt, J. Medellín-Azuara, D. MacEwan and J. Lund 77. A cheat sheet on the California drought 24 April 2014, J. Lund 78. UC Drought Summit, April 25: Managing water scarcity in California 14 April 2014, J. Lund 31 79. Drought’s No. 1 lesson: Modernize water management 9 April 2014, J. Mount, E. Hanak, B. Cain, C. Chappelle, R. Frank, B. Gray, R. Howitt, K. Jessoe, J. Lund, J. Medellín-Azuara, P. Moyle, L. Szeptycki and B. Thompson 80. Funding sustainable groundwater management in California 3 April 2014, E. Hanak, E. Freeman, C. Chappelle, B. Gray, J. Lund, D. Misczynski, J. Medellín-Azuara, D. Mitchell, J. Mount, J. Nachbaur, R. Suddeth, B. Thompson 81. Funding water services in California 13 March 2014, E. Hanak, B. Gray, J. Lund, D. Mitchell, C. Chappelle, A. Fahlund, K. Jessoe, J. Medellín-Azuara, D. Misczynski, J. Nachbaur and R. Suddeth 82. Virtual Water vs. Real Water in California 27 February 2014, J. Lund 83. Why give away fish flows for free during a drought? 11 February 2014, J. Lund, E. Hanak, B. Thompson, B. Grey, J. Mount, and K. Jessoe 84. The ultimate California water cheat sheet 29 January 2014, J. Lund 85. California droughts precipitate innovation 21 January 2014, J. Lund 86. Resistance is futile: Inevitable changes to water management in California 7 January 2014, J. Lund and E. Hanak 87. Groundwater and climate change in California 9 Oct. 2013, A. Fisher, G. Fogg, J. Viers, J. Lund, R. Langridge and P. Holden 88. Major gift endorses UC Davis’ multidisciplinary engagement with California’s water problems 19 Sept. 2013, J. Lund 89. Project HOBBES: Assembling water models from the data up 31 July 2013, S. Sandoval Solis, J. Medellín-Azuara and J. Lund 90. New environmentalism needed for California water 1 July 2013, J. Lund 91. The Delta won’t rise again 17 June 2013, J. Lund 92. Jerry Orlob: legendary mentor for California water engineers 16 April 2013, J. Lund 93. California’s groundwater problems and prospects 30 Jan. 2013, J. Lund and T. Harter 94. Climate change and California water – past, present and future 13 Jan. 2013, J. Lund 95. How engineers see the water glass in California 6 Dec. 2012, J. Lund 96. Restoring Hetch Hetchy Valley 11 Sept. 2012, J. Lund 97. California Water: The Great Remodeling Project 25 July 2012, J. Lund 98. Reconciling wild things with tamed places – a future for native fish species in the Delta 15 June 2012, P. Moyle, W. Bennett, J. Durand, W. Fleenor, J. Lund, J. Mount, E. Hanak, B. Gray 99. Water and California’s Economy 30 May 2012, E. Hanak, J. Lund, B. Thompson 100. Wild Things and the Delta 10 May 2012, J. Lund and P. Moyle 101. Some springtime reading on California water 2 May 2012, J. Lund 102. Can solid flood planning improve all California water planning? 27 March 2012, J. Lund 103. Growing costs and concern for drinking water in Tulare Basin and Salinas Valley 12 Mar. 2012, T. Harter and J. Lund 104. Expanding water storage capacity in California 22 Feb 2012, J. Lund 105. Insights for California water policy from computer modeling 9 Feb. 2012, J. Lund 106. Extinction is a sustainable condition, 2 Feb. 2012, J. Lund 107. Some curious things about water management 18 Jan. 2012, J. Lund 108. Whither the Delta economy? 1 Jan. 2012, J. Medellín-Azuara, R. Howitt, J. Lund, E. Hanak 109. Israel’s Delta – The Hula Valley 14 Dec. 2011, J. Lund 110. Has human water use peaked in California? 6 Dec. 2011, J. Lund and E. Hanak 111. Multiple stressors – funding the Delta like a public sewer 9 Nov. 2011, J. Lund 112. Boldly approach the Delta’s future 19 October 2011, J. Lund and E. Hanak 113. Water Storage in California 13 September 2011, J. Lund 114. Can Sacramento Valley reservoirs adapt to flooding with a warmer climate? 18 August 2011, J. Lund and A. Willis 115. Adaptive management means never having to say you’re sorry J. Lund, E. Hanak, B. Gray, 21 July 2011 116. Managing for multiple stressors in the Delta 7 July 2011, E. Hanak, J. Lund, P. Moyle, J. Mount, B. Gray and B.Thompson 117. Woodman, spare that levee? J. Lund, 30 June 2011 32 118. No going back for the Delta, but which way forward? J. Lund, P. Moyle, E. Hanak, J. Mount, 22 June 2011 119. Can California further reduce urban water use? J. Lund and R. Cahill, 8 June 2011 120. The Delta, in 3-D J. Lund, 19 April 2011 121. What if the worst drought hit California today? April 12, 2011 122. Stressed Out—Dealing with the Delta’s non-native landscape , Jay Lund, Peter Moyle, Jeffrey Mount, Ellen Hanak, William Fleenor, April 6, 2011 123. Taking agricultural conservation seriously 15 March 2011 124. Sea level rise and Delta subsidence—the demise of subsided Delta islands 9 March 2011, J. Lund 125. What’s next for California water? 23 February 2011, J. Lund 126. Delta “chicken” – A tragedy 15 February 2011, J. Lund ______________________________________________________________________________________ Classes Taught Undergraduate Classes Deterministic Optimization and Design Water Resources Simulation Water Resources Engineering Planning Hydraulic Engineering Hydraulic Engineering Laboratory Engineering Hydrology Coastal Engineering Civil Engineering Planning Freshmen Honors Seminar – Privatization Freshmen Seminar – Great Engineers and Engineering Graduate Classes Water Resources Management Water Resources Systems Engineering Probabilistic Design and Optimization Infrastructure Economics Advanced Water Resources Management Water Resources Planning Laboratory Integrated Solid Waste Management California Water Policy Seminars Hydro-economic modeling and Reservoir operating rule theory (Tsinghua University, Dalian University of Technology, North China Electric Power University, China) Water System Economics (Valencia Polytechnic University, Spain) Strategic Planning for Water Demand Management (Jordan University of Science & Technology) ______________________________________________________________________________________ Graduate Students Completed (30 PhD and 101 Masters, 12 faculty at research universities) 2018 Alessia Siclari Melshor, PhD, “Hydro-Economic Modeling of Flood Bypasses,” Davis, CA. Robert M. Gailey, PhD, "Approaches for Groundwater Management in Times of Depletion and Regulatory Change", consulting engineer, Berkeley, CA. Bradley Arnold, MS, “Probabilistic Optimization Model for Allocating Regulated Groundwater Supplies to Agricultural Water Management Districts in California,” senior engineer, Santa Clara Valley Water District, CA. 2017 Tariq Kadir, PhD, “Coupled Reservoir Operation and Integrated Hydrologic Simulation Modeling of the SWP and CVP Systems in California with Dynamic Hydrology Adjustment,” Senior Engineer, California Department of Water Resources, Sacramento, CA. 33 Fandi P. Nurzaman, MS, “Irrigation Management in the Western States,” National Planner for Water Resources and Irrigation, Indonesian Ministry of National Development Planning, Jakarta, Indonesia. Wesley Walker, MS, “Drought Water Right Allocation Tool Applied to the San Joaquin River Basin,” engineer, MBK and Associates, Sacramento, CA. Nadya Alexander Sanchez, MS, “Changes in Evapotranspiration of Agricultural Crops in Kern County during the 2014-2015 Drought Years,” PhD student, UC Davis. Elaheh “Ellie” White, MS, “Predicting Unimpaired Flow in Ungauged Basins: ‘Random Forests’ Applied to California Streams,” PhD Student, UC Davis. Angela Kwon, MS (Hydrologic Sciences), “Declining Groundwater Level Effects on Supply Well Operations,” hydrologic scientist, State Water Resources Control Board, Sacramento, CA. Julia Pavicic, MS, “Uncertainty in Water Rights Analysis: Overpromising vs. Over Curtailing,” engineer, West-Yost and Associates, Davis, CA. 2016 Bonnie Magnuson-Skeels, MS (Geography), “Using Machine Learning to Predict Natural Flow: The Sacramento Watershed under Dry Conditions,” Data Scientist, Samba TV, San Francisco, CA. Chad Whittington, MS, "Russian River Drought Water Right Allocation Tool (DWRAT)," engineer, CH2M-Hill, Sacramento, CA. Ian Buck, MS, "Managing to End Groundwater Overdraft in California’s Central Valley with Climate Change," engineer, Stantec, Sacramento, CA. Andrew Tweet, MS, "Water Right Curtailment Analysis for California’s Sacramento River: Effects of Return Flows," engineer, Westech Engineering, Salem, OR. 2015 Alvar Escriva-Bou, PhD, Universitat Politecnica de Valencia (Spain), "The Water-Energy Nexus: a bottom-up approach for basin-wide management" (co-advisor with Manuel Pulido-Velazquez), Research Fellow, Water Policy Center, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, California. Mustafa Dogan, MS, “Integrated Water Operations in California: Hydropower, Overdraft, and Climate Change,” PhD student, University of California - Davis, CA. Benjamin Lord, MS, “Water rights curtailments for drought in California: Method and Eel River Application,” engineer, RTI, Chapel Hill, NC. Dakari Barksdale, MS, “Estimating Financial Sustainability for Developed Land Water Utility Supply,” engineer, West-Yost and Associates, Davis, CA. Eric Mork, MS, “Urban Conjunctive Use – A Proof of Concept and Case Study,” engineer, WEST Consultants, Folsom, CA. Karandev Singh, MS, “Central Valley Refuge Management under Non-stationary Climatic and Management Conditions,” engineer, California Department of Water Resources, Sacramento, CA. 2014 Robyn Suddeth, PhD, Hydrologic Science, “Multi-Objective Analysis for Ecosystem Reconciliation on an Engineered Floodplain: California’s Central Valley Yolo Bypass,” water resources scientist, Environmental Defense Fund, Sacramento, California. Erik Porse, PhD, “Old Solutions and New Problems: On the Evolution of Urban Water Infrastructure and Environments,” professional researcher, Institute of the Environment and Sustainability, UCLA, Los Angeles, California and Office of Water Programs, Sacramento State University, Sacramento. Rui Hui, PhD., “Optimal Design of Levee and Flood Control Systems,” Professional Researcher, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ. 34 Tim Nelson, MS, “Using the Updated CALVIN Model to Develop Optimized Reservoir Operations for the Sacramento Valley,” James Connaughton, MS, “Sacramento Valley Integrated Reservoir Optimization Model: Flood Control Linear Program,” engineer, East Bay Municipal Utility District, Oakland, CA. Romain Maendly, MS, “Flood Risk Analysis in the Lower San Joaquin River System,” engineer, California Department of Water Resources, Sacramento, California. Laila Kasuri, MS, “Modelling for Ecosystem Restoration Hydrodynamic Modelling of the Yolo Bypass Using HEC-RAS,” engineer, World Bank, Washington, DC. 2013 Christina Buck, PhD, Hydrologic Science, “Managing Groundwater for Environmental Stream Temperature,” Assistant Director, Butte County Department of Water and Resource Conservation, California. John Hickey, PhD, “Improving Reservoir Management from an Ecological Perspective,” Hydraulic Engineer, US Army Corps of Engineers, Hydrologic Engineering Center, Davis, CA. Rachel E. Ragatz, MS, “California’s water futures: How water conservation and varying Delta exports affect water supply in the face of climate change,” Davis, CA. Prudentia Zikalala, MS, “Groundwater Management in Central Valley California: Updating Representation of Groundwater in CALVIN Water Management Model and Study of How Groundwater Systems Change in Response to Pumping,” PhD student in Hydrologic Sciences, University of California – Davis. Rui Hui, MS, “Flood Storage Allocation Rules for Parallel Reservoirs,” Professional Researcher, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ. Kevin How, MS, “Energy post-processor development for California Wholesale Water Operations.” Christy Jones, MS, “Application of Optimization Modeling to Examine the Benefits of Expanding the Sacramento River Watershed Bypass System,” Deputy Director for Statewide Emergency Preparedness and Security, California Department of Water Resources, Sacramento, CA. Aimee Kindel, MS, “Development of a Folsom Reservoir Release Rule Using Flow Forecasts,” Engineer, HDR, Sacramento, CA. Lyndsey Croghan, MS, “Economic Model for Optimal Flood Risk Transfer,” Engineer, US Army Corps of Engineers Hydrologic Engineering Center, Davis, CA. Keith Gellerman, MS, “Economic Feasibility of Desalination in California,” consulting engineer, Sacramento, CA. Michelle Lent, MS Hydrologic Sciences, “Regional Groundwater Banking and Water Reuse Potential in the San Francisco Bay Area Water Supply System,” hydropower scheduler, Pacific Gas and Electric, San Francisco, CA. David Julian, MS, “Environmental Alteration Analysis of a Large System of Reservoirs: Application to the Connecticut River Watershed,” engineer, CH2M-Hill, Sacramento, CA. 2012 Holly Canada, MS, “Risk analysis of point of use treatment for nitrates in drinking water,” engineer, David Ford and Associates, Sacramento, CA. Heidi Chou, MS, “Groundwater Overdraft in California’s Central Valley: Updated CALVIN Modeling Using Recent CVHM and C2VSIM Representations,” engineer, East Bay Municipal Utility District, Oakland, CA. Lucas Siegfried, MS, “Physically Based Modeling of Delta Island Consumptive Use: A case study of Fabian Tract and Staten Island,” PhD student in Civil and Environmental Engineering, UC Davis. 35 Licheng Dong, MS, “Flood operation rules for a single reservoir,” engineer, Ningbo, China. 2011 Patrick Ji, PhD, “Reservoir Re-operation, Risk, and Levee Failure Analysis: Mokelumne River Case,” engineer, City of Sacramento, California. David E. Rheinheimer, PhD, “Modeling Multi-Reservoir Hydropower Systems in the Sierra Nevada with Environmental Requirements and Climate Warming,” Researcher, University of Massachusetts – Amherst, MA. Eleanor Bartolomeo, MS, “Economic Responses to Water Scarcity in Southern California,” engineer, Environmental Science Associates (ESA), Seattle, CA. William Sicke, MS, “Economic Adaptation of San Francisco Bay Area Water Supplies to Climate Change,” engineer, David Ford and Associates, Sacramento, CA. Scott Ligare, MS, “Changes to Whitewater Recreation in California’s Sierra Nevada from Regional Climate Warming,” engineer, State Water Resources Control Board, Sacramento, CA. Sachi De Souza, MS, “Evaluating Water Recycling in California,” environmental engineer, Australia. Kevin Fung, MS, “Assessment of Channel Routing for WRIMS CalLite Application: North of the Sacramento Delta,” engineer, East Bay Municipal Utility District, Oakland, CA. Katherine M. Maher, MS, "Potential Use of Real-time Information for Flood Operation Rules for Folsom Reservoir," engineer, GEI consulting, Sacramento, CA Kristin (Honeycutt) Sicke, MS, “Alternative Water Supply Options for Nitrate Contamination in California’s Tulare and Salinas Groundwater Basins,” Assistant Director, Yolo County Flood Control and Water Conservation District, Woodland, CA. Nathan R. Burley, MS, “Reducing Flood Storage Space at Reservoirs: A Benefit Cost Analysis for the Mokelumne River System, California,” engineer, California Department of Water Resources, Sacramento, CA. Ryan J. Cahill, MS, “Household Water Use and Conservation Models using Monte Carlo Techniques for the East Bay Municipal Utility District,” engineer, US Army Corps of Engineers, Portland, OR. 2010 Matthew Bates, MS, “Energy Use in California Wholesale Water Operations: Development and Application of a General Energy Post-Processor for California Water Management Models,” engineer, US Army Engineer Research and Development Center, Risk and Decision Science Focus Area, Concord, MA. Natalie (Ergish) King, MS, "Flood Frequency Analysis for Regulated Watersheds," engineer, David Ford and Associates, Sacramento, CA. Daphne Korthamar, MS, “Evaluating Cargill Saltworks Water Supply Alternatives in Redwood City, CA,” engineer, California Public Utilities Commission, San Francisco, CA. 2009 Kaveh Madani, PhD, "Climate Change Effects on High-Elevation Hydropower System in California," Reader in Systems Analysis and Policy at the Centre for Environmental Policy, Imperial College London, UK; former Deputy Head, Iranian Department of Environment. (ASCE Huber Prize winner 2017) Christina Buck (Connell), MS Hydrologic Science, “Bring the Heat, but Hope for Rain – Adapting to Climate Warming in California,” Assistant Director, Butte County Department of Water and Conservation, California. Cherry Zamora, MA Geography, “Estimating the Benefits of Forest Conservation on Pollutant Loading and Water Quality at the Late Tahoe Basin using GIS,” environmental scientist, Sacramento, CA. 36 Angela M. Carmi-Duren, MS Hydrologic Science, “A Characterization of the Non-Analytical Solution of the Downstream Control Operating Rule in HECResSim,” hydrologist, US Army Corps of Engineers, Portland, OR. Woodrow Fields, MS, “Reservoir Operations for Improving Establishment of Riparian Vegetation,” engineer, US Army Corps of Engineers Hydrologic Engineering Center, Davis, CA. 2008 David E. Rosenberg, PhD, "Integrated Water Management and Modeling at Multiple Spatial Scales," Associate Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Utah State University, Logan, UT. Marcelo A. Olivares, PhD, “Optimal Hydropower Reservoir Operation with Environmental Requirements,” Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Chile, Santiago, Chile. Sarah Null, PhD Geography, “Improving Managed Environmental Water Use Efficiency: Shasta River Flow and Temperature Modeling,” Associate Professor of Watershed Sciences, Utah State University, Logan, UT. Dana Woodall (Progar), MS/MBA, “Integrating Dutch Flood Policy Innovations into California Flood Policy,” officer, US Coast Guard, Seattle, WA. Rhodora Biagtan, MS/MBA, “Economic Evaluation for Water Recycling In Urban Areas of California,” Principal Engineer, Dublin-San Ramon Services District, CA. Rachael Hersh-Burdick, MS, “Effects of Groundwater Management Strategies on the Greater Sacramento Area Water Supply,” engineer, US Army Corps of Engineers, Sacramento. Ann Willis (Fissekis), MS, “Climate Change Effects on the Sacramento Basin’s Flood Control Projects,” engineer, Watercourse Engineering, Davis, CA. 2007 Stacy K. Tanaka, PhD, “Modeling to Improve Environmental System Management: Klamath River Thermal Refugia and the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta,” senior engineer, Watercourse Engineering, Davis, CA. Ines C.L. Ferreira, PhD, “Deriving Unit Cost Coefficients for Linear Programming-Driven PriorityBased Simulation,” Senior engineer, California Department of Water Resources, Sacramento, CA. Julien J. Harou, PhD, “Representing Groundwater in Hydro-economic Models,” Professor, Department of Mechanical, Aerospace, and Civil Engineering, University of Manchester, UK. Randi C. Field, MS, “Multi-Objective Optimization of Folsom Reservoir Operation,” engineer, Central Valley Project Operations, US Bureau of Reclamation, Sacramento, CA. Tomohide Tsukasaki, MS, “Energy and Cost Analysis of Rainwater Storage Tanks in Tokorozawa City, Saitama Prefecture, Japan,” engineer, Japan. 2006 Josué Medellin-Azuara, PhD Ecology, “Economic-Engineering Analysis of Water Management for Restoring the Colorado River Delta,” Associate Professor of Environmental Engineering, University of California - Merced. 2005 Matthew J. Brown, MS, “Priority Based Reservoir Optimization using Linear Programming: Application to Flood Operation of the Iowa/Des Moines River System,” Senior Project Manager, Wilson Water Group, Lakewood, CO. Sarah (Hollinshead) Sigman, MS, "Optimization of Environmental Water Account Purchases with Uncertainty," environmental lawyer, San Francisco, CA. 37 Lee Bergfeld, MS, “Conjunctive Use of Ground and Surface Waters for the Stony Creek Fan, California,” engineer, MBK Engineering, Sacramento, CA. 2004 Guilherme Marques, PhD, “Economic Representation of Agricultural Activities in Water Resources Systems Engineering,” Professor, Hydraulic Engineering, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, Brazil. Shumin Liang, PhD Geography, “Modeling Urban Growth in California’s Central Valley: A Neoclassic Economic Approach,” Professor, Institute of Agricultural Economics and Development, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Beijing, China. Tingju Zhu, PhD, “Climate Change and Water Resource Management: Adaptations for Flood Control and Water Supply,” Senior Scientist, International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, D.C. Matthew D. Davis, MS, “Comparative Environmental Risk Assessment of the Operation of Auckland City's Drainage System,” engineer, Auckland, NZ. Jeff Malinowski, MA Geography, “Water Supply and Prospects for Baja California,” Sacramento Fire Department, Sacramento, CA. 2003 Sarah E. Null, MA Geography, “Re-Assembling Hetch Hetchy: Water Supply Implications of Removing O'Shaughnessy Dam,” Associate Professor of Watershed Sciences, Utah State University, Logan, UT. Javier Paredes, MS, “Spill-Minimizing Rules for Parallel Reservoirs: Quantity and Quality,” Assistant Professor, Department of Hydraulics and Environmental Engineering, Universidad Politecnica de Valencia, Spain. David E. Rosenberg, MS-International Agricultural Development, "Derived Operating Rules for Storage and Recovery in Multiple, Unconnected Aquifers," and MS-Civil and Environmental Engineering "Simulation of Cooperative Water Supply and Flood Operations for Two Parallel Reservoirs on the Feather and Yuba Rivers, California," Associate Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Utah State University, Logan, UT. 2002 Manuel Pulido Velazquez, MS, "Conjunctive Use Opportunities in Southern California," Professor, Department of Hydraulics and Environmental Engineering and Director of IIAMA, Universidad Politecnica de Valencia, Spain. Roberto Garcia Alcubilla, MS, “Derived Willingness-to-Pay for Water: Effects of Probabilistic Rationing and Price,” engineer, Paris, France. Randall S. Ritzema, MS, "Water Management Strategies for the San Joaquin Valley and San Francisco Bay Area: an Engineering-Economic Optimization Study," International Livestock Research Institute, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. 2001 Andrew J. Draper, PhD, “Implicit Stochastic Optimization with Limited Foresight for Reservoir Systems,” Senior engineer, Montgomery-Watson-Harza, San Francisco, CA. Stacy Tanaka, MS, “Effects of Increased Delta Exports on Sacramento Valley's Economy and Water Management,” Senior engineer, Watercourse Engineering, Davis, CA. Pia Grimes, MS, “Urbanization and Water Supply in the San Joaquin Valley,” deceased. Mary Briant Jimenez, MS, “HEC-FDA Sensitivity and Uncertainty Analysis,” Senior Engineer, California Department of Water Resources, Folsom, CA. Mark R. Leu, MS, “Economics-Driven Simulation of the Friant Division of the Central Valley Project, California,” engineer, CH2M-Hill, Sacramento, CA. 38 Lisa A Maddaus, MS, “Effects of Metering on Residential Water Demand for Davis, California,” Senior Engineer, Maddaus Water Management Inc., Folsom, CA. Karen Sayer Bennett, MS, “Hydraulic and Hydrologic Analysis for Planning and Development of Ecosystem Restoration Projects,” project engineer, USAID, Kenya. 2000 Orit Kalman, PhD, “Stormwater Quality Management: Evaluation, Optimization, and Maintenance,” independent consultant, Davis, CA. Kenneth W. Kirby, PhD, “Modeling and Policy in Water Resources Management,” independent consultant, Davis, CA. Bradley D. Newlin, MS, “Southern California Water Markets: Potential and Limitations,” engineer, URS Corporation, PA. Brian Van Lienden, MS, “Spatial Complexity and Reservoir Optimization Results,” engineer, CH2MHill, Sacramento, CA. Allison Dvorak, MS Hydrologic Science, “Central Valley Groundwater Bank Operations: Hydrology, Groundwater Operating Rule, and System Operating Rule Effects on Yield,” hydrologist, State Water Project Contractors, Sacramento, CA. 1999 Dustin Jones, MS, “Modeling Flood Control in the Sacramento Valley using Linear Programming,” Supervising Engineer, Delta Stewardship Council, Sacramento, CA. Cameron Ackerman, MS, “Linking Geographic Information Systems (GIS) with Hydraulic Modeling using ARC/INFO and HEC-RAS,” engineer, Hydrologic Engineering Center, US Army Corps of Engineers, Davis, CA. 1998 Marion W. Jenkins, PhD, “Sanitation Promotion in Developing Countries: Why the Latrines of Benin are so Few and Far Between,” Lecturer, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and Associate Research Engineer (research professor), Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Davis. Catherine Crossett Avila, MS, “Managing Impacts of Gravel Mining on Bridges in California,” engineer, Avila and Associates Consulting Engineers, Inc., Walnut Creek, CA. Brian K. Currier, MS, “Evaluation of Stormwater Management Practices for Mountain Highway Applications,” engineer, Sacramento State University Stormwater Project, Sacramento, CA. Jason Needham, MS, “Linear Programming for Flood Control on the Iowa and Des Moines Rivers,” engineer, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Hydrologic Engineering Center, Davis, CA. 1996 Morris S. Israel, PhD, “Modeling Water Resources Management Institutions: An Application to the Truckee-Carson River System”, Tetratech, Washington, DC, former US Agency for International Development, La Paz, Bolivia. Anthony P. Pulokas, MS, “Analyzing Risk in a Reservoir System with Applications to Riparian Vegetation and Maintenance Drawdowns,” engineer, Hydrologics, Inc., Portland, OR. Nicole Murk, MS, “Application of HEC-PRM for Seasonal Reservoir Operation of the Columbia River System,” engineer, HDR, Phoenix, AZ. 1995 Robert P. Anex, PhD, “Systems and Economic Analysis of Municipal Solid and Hazardous Waste Management,” Professor, Department of Biological Systems Engineering, University of Wisconsin, Madison. 39 Michael E. Lindquist, MS, “Estimating Expected Annual Damage Based on Uncertain Estimators of the Contributing Random Variables,” engineer, City of Davis, Davis, CA. Orit Wilchfort (Kalman), MS, “A Shortage Management Model for Urban Water Supply Systems,” independent consultant, Davis, CA. 1994 Paul Hutton, PhD, “A Mathematical Framework for Predicting THM Formation Potential and Simulated Distribution System Concentrations in Drinking Water Sources,” Senior Engineer, Water Resource Management Group, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, Sacramento, CA. Mark R. Jensen, MS, “WATSUP: A Simulation Model for Water Supply Costs and Reliability,” hydraulic engineer, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Hydrologic Engineering Center, Davis, CA. Kenneth W. Kirby, MS, “Resolving Conflict over Reservoir Operation: A Role for Optimization and Simulation Modeling,” independent consultant, Davis, CA. Jeffrey A. Kuypers, MS, “Compost Modeling for Municipal Waste Management,” engineer, Phase Three Environmental Management, El Dorado Hills, CA. Kathy Petersen, MS Hydrologic Science, “An Evaluation of Sedimentation Mitigation at Hydropower Reservoirs,” hydropower supervisor, South Feather Water & Power, Oroville, CA. 1993 Michael L. Anderson, MS, “Stormwater Runoff from the City of Davis as a Water Source for the Proposed Davis Wetland,” consulting engineer, Sacramento, CA. Inês C.L. Ferreira, MS, “Development and Testing of Detailed Operating Rules for the Missouri River System from Deterministic Optimization Results,” Senior engineer, California Department of Water Resources, Sacramento, CA. Stephen McGoff, MS, “Risk-Based Analysis for Levee Design,” engineer, State of Nevada, Carson City, NV. Troy Nicolini, MS, “Flood-Runoff Analysis for a Basin with some Streamflow Gages: A Parameter Detective Story,” hydrologic engineer, National Weather Service, Arcata, CA. Laszlo Saska, MS, “MRFSIM: A Spreadsheet Program for Simulation of Material Recovery Facilities,” environmental engineer, Department of Health Services, Sacramento, CA. 1992 Doreen Brown Salazar, MS, “Water, Sanitation, and Disease Transmission,” Water and Sanitation Specialist, Office of Overseas Programming and Training Support, Peace Corps, Washington, DC. Jean Takeuchi, MS, “An Introduction to Low-Flow Hydrology,” engineer, San Jose, CA. 1991 James D. Englehardt, PhD, “Economic and Risk Analysis of Industrial Hazardous Waste Reduction,” Professor of Civil and Architectural Engineering, University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida. Marion W. Jenkins, MS, “Yolo County, California's Water Supply System: Conjunctive Use without Management,” Associate Research Engineer (professional researcher), Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Davis. 1990 James O. Anderson, MS, “Climate Change Impacts on Snowmelt Runoff,” environmental engineer, UNOCAL, Arroyo Grande, CA. Robert U. Reed, MS, “Transferable Allocations in Urban Water Management: Short and Long Term,” Principal, The Reed Group, Sacramento, CA. Maureen E. Sergent, MS, “Water Transfers: The Potential for Managing California's Limited Water Resources,” engineer, California Department of Water Resources, Sacramento, CA. 40 1989 Elizabeth S. Andrews, MS, “Simulation of Kern County, California's Conveyance System, Including Groundwater Recharge,” Program Manager, ESA-PWA, San Francisco, CA. Christopher S. Enright, MS, “Alternative Water District Organization and Efficient Water Allocation: Water Pricing and Water Transfer Policies,” Senior Engineer, Delta Science Program, Delta Stewardship Council, Sacramento, CA. ______________________________________________________________________________________ Consulting Clients US District Court, Eastern District of California, Fresno, CA World Bank, Washington, DC Hydrologic Engineering Center, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Davis, CA Institute for Water Resources, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Washington, DC US Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District National Risk Management Research Lab., U.S. Environmental Protection Agency California Department of Water Resources, Sacramento, CA CALFED Science Program, Sacramento, CA Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, Austin, TX Academy for Educational Development, Washington, DC Planning and Management Consultants, Inc., Carbondale, Illinois Western Consortium for Public Health, Berkeley, California El Dorado Irrigation District, California ______________________________________________________________________________________ Languages English (native), French (workable), some Swedish, very little Russian, occasional bursts of Pig Latin 41 ______________________________________________________________________________________ Major Leadership, Management, and Policy Experience Academic (UC Davis) Director, Center for Watershed Sciences, University of California, Davis 2009 - present, Associate Director 2007 – 2008, Co-Director 2008-2009, annual budget $6 million. Graduate Advisor, Environmental Policy and Management Graduate Group, 2016 – present. Chair, Committee to establish a Master of Science program in Environmental Policy and Management, 2004 – 2010 Vice-Chair and Graduate Advisor, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2002- 2004 Campus General Education Committee (Chair, Co-Chair, or Task Force Member), with accompanying membership on campus Undergraduate Council and campus Committee on Computing, 2002-2008 Committee Member, Campus Environment Initiative, actively helped revise and extend the campus Environment Initiative, 2000 Lead Coordinator, Review of Ecosystem Restoration Proposals for CALFED Bay-Delta Program, organized review of 140 full proposals over three months with about 300 reviewers and 50 panelists. About 75 proposals were allocated $104 million, 2000. Member, Network 21 Policy and Oversight Committee, committee oversaw rehabilitation and expansion of the campus’ computer network infrastructure, a $23 million project, 1994-1999 Chair, Sub-Committee on Finance of Operations and Maintenance for the Campus Network Infrastructure, developed multi-million dollar funding method for campus computer networks, 1996-97 Chair, Sub-Committee on Network Electronics, oversaw evaluation, recommendation, and presentation of major backbone electronics investments for the new campus network, 1997 Chair, Sub-Committee on Network Operations, developed first campus policies on network security, 1998 Graduate Advisor, Geography Graduate Group, helped rehabilitate the curriculum and graduate program for graduate geography after dissolution of the geography department, 1995-1998 Vice-Chair, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, 1995-96 Research Research advisor for about 12-17 graduate students annually since 1996 Lead organizer of a group of 7 core multi-disciplinary faculty and researchers and many students on California’s Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, over, 2006 – present, $2,000,000+ budget. Lead developer for large-scale optimization model of California’s water supply system, with coPIs Richard Howitt and Josue Medellin-Azuara, 30+ students, 2 post-docs, and $1,000,000+ budget, 1998 - present Leader of large six-investigator multi-disciplinary proposal to Caltrans for integrated environmental remediation analysis for Lake Tahoe basin stormwater quality, $200,000 Caltrans budget for proposal and background, $2.4 million proposal, 1998 Professional Past-Chair, Delta Independent Science Board, State of California Delta Stewardship Council, 2017-2019; Chair, 2015 – 2017; Chair-Elect, 2013-2015. Co-Chair, Delta Science Conference, Sacramento, CA, over 900 attendees, 2010 Expert Testimony for various California State Assembly and State Senate committees on various water issues related to climate change, California water infrastructure, Hetch Hetchy, and the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, 2003 - present Advisory Committee, California Water Plan Update, 1995 – 1998 and 2001 – 2006 Co-Chair, Committee on Long-term Analytical Tool and Data Development, California Water and Environmental Modeling Forum, results published as part of the California Water Plan Update 2005 Chair of CALFED Science peer-review panel for CalSim II model of San Joaquin Valley, 2005 42 Organizer and Member of CALFED Science peer-review panel for CalSim II model of CVP and SWP system, 2003 Special Technical Witness to US District Court Judge in Fresno, case concerned implementation of the federal Central Valley Improvement Act involving 800,000 acre ft./year of water; appointed by the court based on consensus of all parties, interviewed technical experts from all parties, and provided a technical report, extensive deposition, and testimony which became a major foundation for the judge’s ruling, 2000 Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, a bi-monthly journal with about eight active associate editors reviewing about 100 papers/year, 1997-2000 Associate Editor, Water Resources Research, AGU, 1990 - 1997 Past-Convener, Convener, Vice Convener, Bay-Delta Modeling Forum, a consensus-based professional organization with about 110 individual and 35 organizational members concerned with reducing technical conflict for California’s water problems, expanded activities and hired senior professional staff as Convener, 1995 – 1999 College Sports Commodore, University of Washington Yacht Club, 250 members, 6 part-time staff, 50 boats, complete shop, and $40,000/year budget, 1982-83 Vice Commodore, University of Washington Yacht Club, 12 volunteer instructors, 1981-82 Governing Board Member, University of Delaware Sailing Association, 80 members, 1978-79 Vice Commodore, University of Delaware Sailing Association, 1977-78 ______________________________________________________________________________________ Papers Submitted or in Revision for Refereed Journals Doyle, L., W. Fleenor, and J. Lund, “Modeling insights on effects of flooded island depth and configuration on phytoplankton production for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta,” San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science. Dogan, M., J. Lund, E. White, and Y. Yao, “Hourly Energy Prices in a Statewide Monthly Water System Model,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management. Escriva-Bou, A., J. Lund, M. Pulido-Velazquez, “Modeling the Water-Energy Nexus in California,” Environmental Modelling and Software. Dogan, M., I. Buck, and J. Lund, “Adaptations for Ending Groundwater Overdraft in California,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management. Khadem, M., C. Rougé1, J.J. Harou, K.M. Hansen, J. Medellin-Azuara, J.R. Lund, “Estimating the economic value of inter-annual reservoir storage in water resource systems,” Journal of the American Water Resources Association. Herman, J., M. Dogan, M. Fefer, Q. Hart, J. Merz, J. Medellin-Azuara, and J. Lund “An opensource Python implementation of California's hydroeconomic optimization model,” Environmental Modelling and Software. Gailey, R., J. Lund, and J. Medellin-Azura, “Domestic well supply reliability during drought: stress testing for groundwater overdraft and estimating economic costs”, Hydrogeology Journal. 43" } ["___content":protected]=> string(101) "

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Lund Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering University of California, Davis, CA 95616 (530) 752-5671, 752-0586 jrlund@ucdavis.edu http://cee.engr.ucdavis.edu/faculty/lund/ ______________________________________________________________________________________ Education Ph.D., Civil Engineering, University of Washington, December 1986 M.A., Geography, University of Washington, 1983 BSCE, Civil Engineering, University of Washington, 1983 BA with honors, Regional Planning and International Relations, University of Delaware, 1979 ______________________________________________________________________________________ Current Position Director, Center for Watershed Sciences, University of California - Davis Distinguished Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. Research and teaching specialties are integrated engineering of regional, utility, and household water resource and environmental systems using ideas from economics and operations research. Member: Civil and Environmental Engineering, Geography, Hydrologic Science, Environmental Policy and Management, Biological Systems Engineering, and International Agricultural Development graduate programs. ______________________________________________________________________________________ Work Experience Director, Center for Watershed Sciences, University of California, Davis, 2009– present; Co-Director 2008-2009; Associate Director 2007-2008 Distinguished Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Davis July 2017 – present Past-Chair, Delta Independent Science Board, Delta Stewardship Council, California, 2017- 2019; Chair 2015 – 2017; Chair-Elect 2012 – 2015 Adjunct Fellow, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, 2008 – present Professor and occasional Vice Chair, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Davis, July 1996 – 2017 Visiting Professor, North China Electric Power University, Beijing, China, 2011 - 2016 Ray B. Krone Professor of Environmental Engineering, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Davis, 2008 – 2013 Visiting Professor, Valencia Polytechnic University, Spain, Summer 2007 Visiting Researcher, CEMAGREF, Bordeaux, France, August 2000 – June 2001 Associate Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Davis, July 1991 - June 1996 Hydraulic Engineer, Hydrologic Engineering Center and Institute for Water Resources, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, September 1993 – September 1994 Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, University of California, Davis, January 1987 - June 1991 Visiting Researcher, Department of Water Resources Engineering, University of Lund, Lund, Sweden, September 1985 - May 1986 Research Assistant, Civil Engineering Dept., Univ. of Washington, Sept. 1983 - June 1985 Teaching Assistant, Geography Dept., University of Washington, September 1979-March 1981 Planning Assistant and Librarian, Wm. J. Cohen & Assoc., Summer 1979 Transportation & Air Quality Intern, WILMAPCO, Wilmington DE, Summer 1978 ______________________________________________________________________________________ Professional Honors Elected Member, National Academy of Engineering, 2018 Distinguished Member, American Society of Civil Engineers, 2016 Tsuan Hua Feng Distinguished Lecture, University of Massachusetts - Amherst, 2016 Warren A. Hall Medal, Universities Council on Water Resources, 2014 Distinguished Scholarly Public Service Award, University of California – Davis, 2013 David Todd Lecturer for 2013, Groundwater Resources Association of California Quentin Martin Best Practice Paper Award, J. of Water Resources Planning and Management, 2016 Best Policy-oriented Paper Award, Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, 2013 ASCE-EWRI Fellow, 2013 California Trout, Golden Trout Award (with Peter Moyle and Jeffrey Mount), 2013 Julian Hinds Award, American Society of Civil Engineers, 2011 California Water Resources Control Board recognition for Economic Analysis Task Force, 2011 Editor's Choice Award, Water Resources Research, 2010 Hugo B. Fischer Award, California Water and Environmental Modeling Forum, 2008 American Society of Civil Engineers/Environment Water Resources Institute, Planning and Management Council Service to the Profession Award, 2007 William R. Boggess Best Paper Award, J. of the American Water Resources Association, 2006 Award for outstanding service to the California Water and Environmental Model Forum, 2006 George E. Brown Award for Best Collaborative Proposal, UCMEXUS, 2005 Journal of Environmental Engineering Editor’s Award for Service, 2004 International Water Academy, Member, #143, 2002 Walter L. Huber Civil Engineering Research Prize, American Society of Civil Engineers, 1996 Best Practice-Oriented Paper, Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, 1996 Tau Beta Pi (Engineering), Phi Beta Kappa (Liberal Arts), Chi Epsilon (Civil Engineering), Omicron Delta Epsilon (Economics), Pi Kappa Alpha (Political Science), Valle Scholar, Engineer-in-Training (Washington State) ______________________________________________________________________________________ Professional Societies and Activities Past-President, President, President-Elect, Universities Council on Water Resources, 2007 – 2010; Board of Directors, 2005 - 2010 Editor, 1997 – 2000, Associate Editor 2000 – 2010, Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE Editorial Board, Advances in Water Resources, 2009 – present Editorial Board, Water, 2012 – present Editorial Board, Civil Engineering and Environmental Systems, 2003 – present California Water Resources Center Archives, Board of Directors, 2006 – 2014 Convener, Past-Convener, Vice Convener, California Water and Environment Modeling Forum, 1995 – 1999, Steering Committee 1995 – 1999, 2002 - 2012 Advisory Committee, California Water Plan Update, 1995 - 1998, 2001 – 2005 Editorial Board, Water International, IWRA, 1998 – 2006 Associate Editor, Water Resources Research, AGU, 1990 – 1997 Editorial Advisory Board, Municipal Solid Waste Management, 1990 - 1996 National Research Council, Committee on Hydrology, Ecology, and Fishes of the Klamath River Basin, 2006 – 2007 Hydrology Section Policy Sciences Chair, American Geophysical Union, 1996 – 1999 National Academy of Sciences, Water Management in Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan, 1994-1995 Control Group of ASCE Water Resources Systems Committee, 1996 - 1998 Member, National Academy of Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers, American Geophysical Union, American Water Works Association, American Water Resources Association, International Water Resources Association, American Society for Engineering Education, California Water and Environment Modeling Forum Reviewer for: PLOS ONE, Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Water Resources Research, Climatic Change, Journal of Environmental Engineering, Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering, Journal of Irrigation and Drainage, Journal of Infrastructure Systems, and Journal of Hydraulics; Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering, Civil Engineering Systems, Journal of the American Water Resources Association, Water International, Stochastic Hydrology and Hydraulics, 2 Transportation Research Record, Institute of Industrial Engineers Transactions, Journal of the American Water Works Association, Journal of Environmental Management, Journal of Industrial Ecology, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, Journal of Agricultural Economics, Management Science, Environmental Science and Technology, Journal of Air and Waste Management, Fuzzy Sets and Systems, Contemporary Economic Policy, National Science Foundation, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, various state Water Resources Centers, MIT Press, RFF Press, McGraw-Hill, University of California Press, and others. ______________________________________________________________________________________ Books 4. Hanak, E., J. Lund, A. Dinar, B. Gray, R. Howitt, J. Mount, P. Moyle, and B. Thompson, Managing California’s Water: From Conflict to Reconciliation, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, 500 pp., February 2011. 3. Lund, J., E. Hanak, W. Fleenor, W. Bennett, R. Howitt, J. Mount, and P. Moyle, Comparing Futures for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, University of California Press, Berkeley, CA, February 2010. 2. National Research Council Committee on Hydrology, Ecology, and Fishes of the Klamath River, Hydrology, Ecology, and Fishes of the Klamath River Basin, National Academy Press, Washington, DC, 2008. (One of 14 authors) 1. Lund, J., E. Hanak, W. Fleenor, R. Howitt, J. Mount, and P. Moyle, Envisioning Futures for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, 300 pp., February 2007. ______________________________________________________________________________________ Refereed Journal Publications 149. Escriva-Bou, A., J. Lund, M. Pulido-Velazquez, R. Hui, and J. Medellin-Azuara, “Saving energy from urban water demand management,” Water Resources Research, in press. 148. Hui, R., J. Herman, J. Lund, and K. Madani, “Adaptive Water Infrastructure Planning for Nonstationary Hydrology,” Advances in Water Resources, in press. 147. Lund, J.R., J. Medellin-Azuara, J. Durand, and K. Stone, "Lessons from California's 2012-2016 Drought," Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, in press. 146. Lord, B., B. Magnuson-Skeels, A. Tweet, C. Whittington, L. Adams, R. Thayer, and J. Lund, “Drought Water Right Curtailment Analysis for California’s Eel River,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, Vol. 144, No. 2: 04017082, February, 2018. 145. Cominola, A., E. Spang, G. Matteo, A. Castelletti, J. Lund, and F. Loge, "Segmentation analysis of residential water-electricity demand for customized demand-side management programs", Journal of Cleaner Production, Volume 172, 20, pp. 1607-1619, January 2018. 144. Adams, L., J. Lund, P. Moyle, R. Quiñones, J. Herman, and T. O'Rear, “Environmental Hedging: A Theory and Method for Reconciling Reservoir Operations for Downstream Ecology and Water Supply,” Water Resources Research, Vol. 53, Issue 9, pp.7816–7831, September 2017. 143. Wiens, J. , J. Zedler, V. Resh, T. Collier, S. Brandt, R. Norgaard, J. Lund, B. Atwater, E. Canuel, and H.J. Fernando, “Facilitating Adaptive Management in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta,” San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science, Vol. 15, No. 2, July 2017. 142. Hui, R., J.R. Lund, J. Zhao, and T. Zhao, “Optimal Flood Pre-releases - Flood Hedging for a Single Reservoir,” Water Resources Management, Vol. 30, Issue 14, pp 5113–5129, Nov. 2016. 141. Msowoya, K., K. Madani, R. Davtalab, A. Mirchi, and J. Lund, “Climate Change Impacts on Maize Production in the Warm Heart of Africa,” Water Resources Management, Vol. 30, Issue 14, pp 5299–5312, November 2016. 3 140. Wu. X., C. Cheng. Y. Zeng, and J. Lund, “Centralized versus Distributed Cooperative Operating Rules for Multiple Cascaded Hydropower Reservoirs,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 142, Issue 11, November 2016. 139. Ta, J., R. Kelsey, J. Howard, J. Lund, S. Sandoval-Solis, and J. Viers, “Decision Support Tool: Securing Water for Environmental Flows,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 142, Issue 11, November 2016. 138. Zhao, J., J. Lund, T. Zhao, and H. Wang, “Optimal Hedging Rule for Reservoir Refill,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 142, Issue 11, November 2016. 137. Lund, J. "California’s Agricultural and Urban Water Supply Reliability and the Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta," San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science, Vol. 14, No. 3, October 2016. 136. Rheinheimer,D., R.C. Bales, C.A. Oroza, J.R. Lund, J.H. Viers, “Valuing year-to-go hydrologic forecast improvements for a peaking hydropower system in the Sierra Nevada,” Water Resources Research, Vol. 52, Issue 5, pp. 3815–3828, May 2016. 135. Hui, R., E. Jachens, and J.R. Lund, “Risk-based Planning Analysis for a Single Levee,” Water Resources Research, Vol. 52, Issue 4, pp. 2513–2528, April 2016. 134. Escriva-Bou, A., H. McCann, E. Hanak, J. Lund, and B. Gray, “Accounting for California Water,” California Journal of Politics and Policy, Vol. 8, Iss. 3, 2016 133. Mount, J., E. Hanak, C. Chappelle, B. Colby, R. Frank, G. Gartrell, B. Gray, D. Kenney, J. Lund, P. Moyle, and L. Szeptycki, “Improving the Federal Response to Western Drought: Five Areas for Reform,” California Journal of Politics and Policy, Vol. 8, Iss. 3, 2016 132. Suddeth Grimm, R. and J. Lund “Multi-Purpose Optimization of Reconciliation Ecology for an Engineered Floodplain - Yolo Bypass, California,” San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science, Volume 14, Issue 1, 2016. 131. Nelson, T., H. Chou, P. Zikalala, J. Lund, R. Hui, and J. Medellin-Azuara, “Economic and Water Supply Effects of Ending Groundwater Overdraft in California’s Central Valley,” San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science, Volume 14, Issue 1, 2016. 130. Nelson, T., R. Hui, J. Lund, and J. Medellin-Azuara “Reservoir Operating Rule Optimization for California’s Sacramento Valley,” San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science, Volume 14, Issue 1, 2016. 129. Hui, R., J.R. Lund, and K. Madani, “Game Theory and Risk-Based Levee System Design: The Cost of Non-cooperation,” Water Resources Research, Vol. 52, pp 119-134, 10 January 2016. 128. Shen, J., C. Cheng, X. Cheng, and J. Lund, “Coordinated operations of large-scale UHVDC hydropower and conventional hydro energies about regional power grid,” Energy Vol. 95, pp. 433-446, DOI: 10.1016/j.energy.2015.12.011, January 2016. 127. Porse, E. and J. Lund, “Network Analysis and Visualizations in California Water: Linking connectivity and resilience,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Volume 142, Issue 1, January, 2016. 126. Julian, D.W., J.T. Hickey, W.L. Fields, L. Ostadrahimi, K.M. Maher, T.G. Barker, C.L. Hatfield, C.O. Marks, K. Lutz, S. Sandoval-Solis, J.R. Lund, “Decision Support System for Water and Environmental Resources in the Connecticut River Basin,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 142, No. 1, Jan., 2016. (2016 Quentin Martin best practice paper prize) 125. Lund, J.R., “Integrating social and physical sciences in water management,” Water Resources Research, Volume 51, Issue 8, Pages 5905–5918, August 2015. 124. Brown, C., J. Lund, X. Cai, P. Reed, E. Zagona, A. Ostfeld, J. Hall, G. Characklis, W. Yu, and L. Brekke, “The Future of Water Resources Systems Analysis: Toward a scientific framework for 4 sustainable water management,” Water Resources Research, Vol. 51, Iss. 8, pp. 6110–6124, August 2015. 123. Escriva-Bou, A., J.R. Lund, M. Pulido-Velazquez, “Optimal residential water conservation strategies considering embedded energy in California,” Water Resources Research, Volume 51, Issue 6, pages 4482–4498, June 2015. 122. Medellín-Azuara, J., D. MacEwan, R.E. Howitt, G. Koruakos, E.C. Dogrul, C.F. Brush, T.N. Kadir, T. Harter, F. Melton, J.R. Lund,” Hydro-economic analysis of groundwater pumping for California's Central Valley irrigated agriculture,” Hydrogeology Journal, Vol. 23, Issue 6, pp 1205-1216, 2015. (Editors’ Choice article for 2015) 121. Zhu, T., G.F. Marques, and J.R. Lund, “Hydroeconomic Optimization of Integrated Water Management and Transfers under Stochastic Surface Water Supply,” Water Resources Research, Volume 51, Issue 5, pp. 3568–3587, May 2015. 120. Porse, E. and J. Lund, “Network Structure, Complexity and Adaptation in Water Resource Systems,” Civil Engineering and Environmental Systems, Vol. 32, Nos. 1–2, 143–156, 2015. 119. Escriva-Bou, A., J.R. Lund, M. Pulido-Velazquez, “Modeling residential water and related energy, carbon footprint and costs in California,” Journal of Environmental Science and Policy, Vol. 50, pp. 270-281, 2015. 118. Siegfried, L., W. Fleenor, and J. Lund, "Physically Based Modeling of Delta Island Consumptive Use: Fabian Tract and Staten Island, California," San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science, Vol. 12, No. 4, 2014. 117. Gray, B., D. Misczynski, E. Hanak, A. Fahlund, J. Lund, D. Mitchell, and J. Nachbau, “Paying for Water in California: The Legal Framework,” Hastings Law Journal, Vol. 65, pp. 1603-1663, 2014. 116. Connaughton, J., N. King, L. Dong, P. Ji, and J. Lund, “Comparing Simple Flood Reservoir Operation Rules,” Water, Vol. 6, No. 9, pp. 2717-2731; doi:10.3390/w6092717, 2014. 115. Hui, R. and J. Lund, "Flood Storage Allocation Rules for Parallel Reservoirs," Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 141, Issue 5 May, DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)WR.19435452.0000469, 2014. 114. Rheinheimer, D.E., S.E. Null, and J.R. Lund, “Optimizing selective withdrawal from reservoirs to manage downstream temperatures with climate warming,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 141, Issue 4, April, DOI:10.1061/(ASCE)WR.1943-5452.0000447, 2014. 113. Null, S.E., J. Medellin-Azuara, A. Escriva, M. Lent, J. Lund, “Optimizing the Dammed: Water Supply Losses and Fish Habitat Gains from Dam Removal in California,” Journal of Environmental Management, Vol 136, pp. 121-131, DOI: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2014.01.024, 2014. 112. Zhao, T., J. Zhao, J. R. Lund, and D. Yang, “Optimal Hedging Rules for Reservoir Flood Operation from Forecast Uncertainties,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 140, No. 12, DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)WR.1943-5452.0000432, 2014. 111. Medellin-Azuara, J., E. Hanak, R.E. Howitt, Fleenor, W.E., and J.R. Lund, “Agricultural Losses from Salinity in California’s Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta,” San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science, Vol. 12, No. 1, 2014. 110. Li, J.-Q., Y.-S. Zhang, C.-M. Ji, A.-J. Wang and J.R. Lund, “Large-scale hydropower system optimization using dynamic programming and object-oriented programming: the case of the Northeast China Power Grid,” Water Science & Technology, Vol. 68.11, pp. 2458-2467, 2013. 109. Lund, J. and P. Moyle, "Adaptive Management and Science for the Delta Ecosystem," San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Sciences, Vol. 11, No. 3, 2013. 5 108. Cahill, R., J. Lund, W. DeOreo, and J. Medellin-Azuara, “Household Water Use and Conservation Models Using Monte Carlo Techniques,” Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, Vol 17, pp. 3957-3967, 2013. 107. Gold, A.J., D. Parker, R.M. Waskom, J. Dobrowolski, M. O’Neill, P.M. Groffman, K. Addy, M. Barber, S. Batie, B. Benham, M. Bianchi, T. Blewett, C. Evensen, K. Farrell-Poe, C. Gardner, W. Graham, J. Harrison, T. Harter, J. Kushner, R. Lowrance, J. Lund, R. Mahler, M. McClaran, M. McFarland, D. Osmond, J. Pritchett, L. Prokopy, C. Rock, A. Shober, M. Silitonga, D. Swackhamer, J. Thurston, D. Todey, R. Turco, G. Vellidis, and L. Wright Morton, “Advancing water resource management in agricultural, rural, and urbanizing watersheds: Why land-grant universities matter.” Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 68(4):337-348, 2013 106. Sicke, W.S., J.R. Lund, and J. Medellin-Azuara, “Climate Change Adaptations for California’s San Francisco Bay Area Water Supplies,” British Journal of Environmental and Climate Change, Volume 3, Issue 3, pp. 292-315, July-September 2013. 105. Medellin-Azuara, J, T. Rosenstock, R. Howitt, T. Harter, K. Jessoe, K. Dzurella, S. Pettygrove, and J. Lund, “Agro-Economic Analysis of Nitrate Crop Source Reductions,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, Vol. 139, No. 4, July 2013. 104. Bates, M. and J.R. Lund, “Delta Subsidence Reversal, Levee Failure, and Aquatic Habitat - A Cautionary Tale,” San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science, Vol. 11, No. 1, 20 pp., 2013. 103. Cahill, R. and J.R. Lund, "Residential Water Conservation in Australia," Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, Vol. 139, No. 1, Jan./Feb. 2013, pp. 117-121. 102. Howitt, R.E., J. Medellin-Azuara, D. MacEwan, and J.R. Lund, “Calibrating Disaggregate Economic Models of Agricultural Production and Water Management,” Journal of Environmental Modeling and Software, Volume 38, December 2012, Pages 244-258. 101. Null, S.E., E. Bartolomeo, J.R. Lund, and E. Hanak, "Managing California's Water: Insights from Interviews with Water Policy Experts," San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science, Vol. 10, No. 4, December 2012. 100. Olivares, M. and J.R. Lund, "Representing Energy Price Variability in Long- and Medium-term Hydropower Optimization," Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 138, No. 6, pp. 597-605, December 2012. 99. Lund, J.R., “Flood Management in California,” Water, Vol. 4, pp. 157-169; doi:10.3390/w4010157, 2012. 98. Madani, K. and J.R. Lund, "California’s Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta Conflict: from Cooperation to Chicken," Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 137, No. 2, pp. 90-99, March/April 2012. 97. Hanak, E. and J.R. Lund, “Adapting California’s Water Management to Climate Change,” Climatic Change, DOI: 10.1007/s10584-011-0241-3, Vol. 111, No. 1, pp. 17-44, 2012. 96. Connell-Buck, C.R., J. Medellín-Azuara, J.R. Lund, and K. Madani, “Adapting California’s water system to warm vs. warm-dry climates,” Climatic Change, Vol 109 (Sup 1), pp S133–S149, 2011. 95. Medellín-Azuara, J., R.E. Howitt, D.J. MacEwan, and J.R. Lund, “Economic impacts of climaterelated changes to California agriculture,” Climatic Change (2011) 109 (Suppl 1):S387–S405, 2011. 94. Null, S.E. and J.R. Lund, "Fish Habitat Optimization to Prioritize River Restoration Decisions," River Research and Applications, DOI: 10.1002/rra.1521, 2011. 93. Tanaka, S.K., C. Buck, K. Madani, J. Medellin-Azuara, J. Lund, E. Hanak, "Economic Costs and Adaptations for Alternative Regulations of California's Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta," San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science, Vol. 9, No. 2, 28 pp., July, 2011. 6 92. Willis, A.D., J.R. Lund, E. S. Townsley, and Beth Faber, "Climate Change and Flood Operations in the Sacramento Basin, California," San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science, Vol. 9, No. 2, 18 pp., July, 2011. 91. Madani, K. and J.R. Lund, "A Monte-Carlo Game Theoretic Approach for Multi-Criteria Decision Making under Uncertainty," Advances in Water Resources, Vol. 34, pp. 607–616, 2011. 90. Madani, K. and J.R. Lund, “Estimated Impacts of Climate Warming on California’s High Elevation Hydropower,” Climatic Change, Vol. 102, No. 3-4, pp. 521–538, October 2010. 89. Moyle, P.B., W.A. Bennett, W.E. Fleenor, and J.R. Lund, "Habitat Variability and Complexity in the Upper San Francisco Estuary", San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science, Volume 8, No. 3, 24 pp., September 2010. 88. Chen, W-H, K. Haunschild, J.R. Lund, and W. Fleenor, “Current and Long-Term Effects of Delta Water Quality on Drinking Water Treatment Costs from Disinfection Byproduct Formation,” San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science, Volume 8, No. 3, 21 pp., September 2010. 87. Suddeth, R., J.F. Mount, and J.R. Lund, "Levee decisions and sustainability for the Sacramento San Joaquin Delta", San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science, Volume 8, No. 2, 23pp, August 2010. 86. Harou, J.J., J. Medellin-Azuara, T. Zhu, S.K. Tanaka, J.R. Lund, S. Stine, M.A. Olivares, and M.W. Jenkins, “Economic consequences of optimized water management for a prolonged, severe drought in California,” Water Resources Research, doi:10.1029/2008WR007681, Vol. 46, Issue 5, May 2010 (2010 Water Resources Research Editor's Choice Award) 85. Vicuna, S., J.A. Dracup, J.R. Lund, L.L. Dale, and E.P. Maurer, “Basin Scale Water Systems Operations under Climate Change Hydrologic Conditions: Methodology and Case Studies,” Water Resources Research, Vol. 46, W04505, DOI:10.1029/2009/WR007838, 2010. 84. Marques, G.F., J.R. Lund, and R.E. Howitt, “Modeling Conjunctive Use Operations and Farm Decisions with Two-Stage Stochastic Quadratic Programming,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Volume 136, Issue 3, pp. 386-394, May/June 2010. 83. Null, S.E., M.L. Deas, and J.R. Lund, "Flow and Water Temperature Simulation for Habitat Restoration in the Shasta River, California," River Research and Applications, Vol. 26, pp. 663681, 2010. 82. Hanak, E., J. Lund, A. Dinar, B. Gray, R. Howitt, J. Mount, P. Moyle, and B. Thompson, “Myths of California Water – Implications and Reality,” West-Northwest Journal of Environmental Law and Policy, Vol. 16, No. 1, Winter 2010. 81. Madani, K. and J.R. Lund, “Modeling California's High-Elevation Hydropower Systems in Energy Units,” Water Resources Research, Vol 45, W09413, doi:10.1029/2008WR007206, 2009. 80. Harou, J.J., M. Pulido-Velazquez, D.E. Rosenberg, J. Medellin-Azuara, J.R. Lund, and R.E. Howitt, “Hydro-economic Models: Concepts, Design, Applications, and Future Prospects,” Journal of Hydrology, Vol. 375, Iss. 3-4, 15 September, pp. 627-643, 2009. 79. Medellín-Azuara, J., L.G. Mendoza-Espinosa, J.R. Lund, J.J. Harou, R. Howitt, “Virtues of simple hydro-economic optimization: Baja California, Mexico,” Environmental Management, Vol. 90, August, pp. 3470-3478, 2009. 78. Woodall, D.L. and J.R. Lund, “Dutch Flood Policy Innovations for California,” Journal of Contemporary Water Research and Education, Issue 141, March, 2009. 77. Medellín-Azuara1, J., R. Howitt, C. Waller-Barrera, L.G. Mendoza-Espinosa, J.R. Lund, J.E. Taylor, “A Calibrated Agricultural Demand Model For Three Regions in Northern Baja California,” Agrociencia, Vol. 16, pp. 83-96, March 2009. 7 76. Zhu, T. and J.R. Lund, “Up or Out? - Economic-Engineering Theory of Flood Levee Height and Setback,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, Vol. 135, No. 2, March 1, 2009. 75. Rosenberg, D.E. and J.R. Lund, “Modeling Integrated Decisions for a Municipal Water System with Recourse and Uncertainties: Amman, Jordan,” Water Resources Management, Volume 23, Number 1, pp. 85-115, January, 2009. 74. Rosenberg, D.E., S. Talozi, H. Abu Qdais, and J.R. Lund, “Intermittent Water Supplies: Challenges and Opportunities for Residential Water Users in Jordan,” Water International, Vol. 33, No. 4, pp. 488 – 504, December, 2008. 73. Rosenberg, D., R. Howitt, and J. Lund, “Water Management with Water Conservation, Infrastructure Expansions, and Source Variability in Jordan,” Water Resources Research, Vol. 44, doi:10.1029/2007WR006519, 2008. 72. Harou, J.J. and J.R. Lund, “Ending groundwater overdraft in hydrologic-economic systems,” Hydrogeology Journal, Volume 16, Number 6, September, pp. 1039–1055, 2008. 71. Medellin-Azuara, J., J.J. Harou, M.A. Olivares, K. Madani-Larijani, J.R. Lund, R.E. Howitt, S.K. Tanaka, M.W. Jenkins, and T. Zhu, “Adaptability and Adaptations of California’s Water Supply System to Dry Climate Warming,” Climatic Change, Vol. 87, Sup.1, March, pp. S75-S90, 2008. 70. Madani, K. and J.R. Lund, “Aggregated Modeling Alternatives for Modeling California’s Highelevation Hydropower with Climate Change in the Absence of Storage Capacity Data,” Hydrological Science and Technology, Vol. 23, No. 1-4, pp. 137-146, 2007. 69. Medellín-Azuara, J., J.R. Lund, and R.E. Howitt, “Water Supply Analysis for Restoring the Colorado River Delta, Mexico,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, Vol. 133, No. 5, pp. 462-471, September/October 2007. 68. Heinz, I, M. Pulido, J.R. Lund, and J. Andreu, “Hydro-economic Modeling in River Basin Management: Implications and Applications for the European Water Framework Directive,” Water Resources Management, Vol. 21, No. 7, pp. 1103-1125, July 2007. 67. Rosenberg, D.E., T. Tarawneh, R. Abdel-Khaleq, and J.R. Lund, “Modeling Integrated WaterUser Decisions in Intermittent Supply Systems,” Water Resources Research, Vol. 43, No. 7, July 2007. 66. Zhu, T., J.R. Lund, M.W. Jenkins, G.F. Marques, and R.S. Ritzema, “Climate Change, Urbanization, and Optimal Long-term Floodplain Protection,” Water Resources Research, Vol. 43, No. 6, June 2007. 65. Medellín-Azuara J., Mendoza-Espinosa L. G., Lund, J. R. and Ramírez-Acosta R. J., “The application of economic-engineering optimization for water management in Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico,” Water Science & Technology, Vol. 55, No. 1-2, pp. 339-347, 2007. 64. Medellín-Azuara, J. and J.R. Lund, “Applying Economic-Engineering Systems Analysis to the Colorado River Delta,” Pacific-McGeorge Global Business & Development Law Journal, Vol. 19, No. 1, pp. 99 – 114, Fall 2006. 63. Garcia Alcubilla, R. and J.R. Lund, “Derived Willingness-To-Pay for Household Water Use with Price and Probabilistic Supply,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 132, No. 6, pp. 424-433, November/December 2006. 62. Marques, G.F., J.R. Lund, M.R. Leu, and M.W. Jenkins, “Economically-Driven Simulation of Regional Water Systems: Friant-Kern, California,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 132, No. 6, pp. 468-479, November/December 2006. 61. Lund, J.R., “Drought Storage Allocation Rules for Surface Reservoir Systems,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 132, No. 5, pp. 395 - 397, September 2006. 8 60. Hollinshead, S.P. and J.R. Lund, “Optimization of Environmental Water Account Purchases with Uncertainty,” Water Resources Research, Vol. 42, No. 8, W08403, August 2006. 59. Paredes, J. and J.R. Lund, “Refill and Drawdown Rules for Parallel Reservoirs: Quantity and Quality,” Water Resources Management, Vol. 20, N. 3, pp. 359 – 376, June 2006. 58. Tanaka, S.K., T. Zhu, J.R. Lund, R.E. Howitt, M.W. Jenkins, M.A. Pulido, M. Tauber, R.S. Ritzema and I.C. Ferreira, “Climate Warming and Water Management Adaptation for California,” Climatic Change, Vol. 76, No. 3-4, pp. 361-387, June 2006. 57. Null, S. and J.R. Lund, “Re-Assembling Hetch Hetchy: Water Supply Implications of Removing O'Shaughnessy Dam,” Journal of the American Water Resources Association, Vol. 42, No. 4, pp. 395 – 408, April 2006. 56. Rosenberg, D. and J.R. Lund, “Derived operating rules for storage and recovery in multiple, unconnected aquifers,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 132, No. 1, January 2006. 55. Zhu, T., M.W. Jenkins and J.R. Lund, "Estimated Impacts of Climate Warming on California Water Availability,” Journal of the American Water Resources Association, Vol. 41, No. 5, pp. 1027 – 1038, October 2005. 54. Marques, G.F., J.R. Lund, and R.E. Howitt, “Modeling Irrigated Agricultural Production and Water Use Decisions under Water Supply Uncertainty,” Water Resources Research, Vol. 41, No. 8, August 2005. 53. Ferreira, I.C., S.K Tanaka, S.P. Hollinshead, and J.R. Lund, “Musings on a model: CalSim II in California's water community,” San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science, Vol. 3, Issue 1, Article 1, March 2005. 52. Jenkins, M.W., J.R. Lund, R.E. Howitt, A.J. Draper, S.M. Msangi, S.K. Tanaka, R.S. Ritzema, and G.F. Marques, “Optimization of California’s Water System: Results and Insights,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 130, No. 4, pp. 271-280, July 2004. 51. Pulido-Velázquez, M., M.W. Jenkins, and J.R. Lund, “Economic Values for Conjunctive Use and Water Banking in Southern California,” Water Resources Research, Vol. 40, No. 3, March 2004. 50. Van Lienden, B. and J.R. Lund, “Spatial Complexity and Reservoir Optimization Results,” Civil and Environmental Engineering Systems, Vol. 21, No. 1, pp. 1-17, March 2004. 49. Draper, A.J. and J.R. Lund, “Optimal Hedging and Carryover Storage Value,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 130, No. 1, pp. 83-87, January 2004. 48. Tanaka, S.K. and J.R. Lund, “Effects of Increased Delta Exports on Sacramento Valley’s Economy and Water Management,” Journal of the American Water Resources Association, Vol. 39, No. 6, pp. 1509-1519, December 2003. 47. Draper, A.J., M.W. Jenkins, K.W. Kirby, J.R. Lund, and R.E. Howitt, “Economic-Engineering Optimization for California Water Management,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 129, No. 3, pp. 155-164, May 2003. 46. Jenkins, M.W., J.R. Lund, and R.E. Howitt, “Economic Losses for Urban Water Scarcity in California,” Journal of the American Water Works Association, Vol. 95, No. 2, pp. 58-70, February 2003. 45. Lund, J.R., “Floodplain Planning with Risk-Based Optimization,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 128, No. 3, pp. 202-207, May/June 2002. 44. Newlin, B.D., M.W. Jenkins, J.R. Lund, and R.E. Howitt, “Southern California Water Markets: Potential and Limitations,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 128, No. 1, pp. 21-32, January/February 2002. 9 43. Lund, J.R. and J.P. Byrne “Leonardo Da Vinci's Tensile Strength Tests: Implications for the Discovery of Engineering Mechanics,” Civil and Environmental Engineering Systems, Vol. 18, No. 3, pp. 243-250, 2001. 42. Kalman, O., J.R. Lund, D. Lew, and D.L. Larson, “Benefit-Cost Analysis of Stormwater Quality Improvements,” Environmental Management, Vol. 26, No. 6, pp. 615-628, December 2000. 41. Jenkins, M.W. and J.R. Lund, “Integrated Yield and Shortage Management for Water Supply Planning,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 126, No. 5, pp. 288-297, September/October 2000. 40. Needham, J., D. Watkins, J.R. Lund, and S. Nanda, “Linear Programming for Flood Control on the Iowa and Des Moines Rivers,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 126, No. 3, pp. 118-127, May/June 2000. 39. Lund, J.R., “Power Production and Energy Drawdown Rules for Reservoirs,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 126, No. 2, pp. 108-111, March/April 2000. 38. Israel, M.S. and J.R. Lund, “Priority Preserving Unit Penalties in Network Flow Modeling,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 125, No. 4, pp. 205-214, July/August, 1999. 37. Lund, J.R. and J. Guzman, “Some Derived Operating Rules for Reservoirs in Series or in Parallel,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 125, No. 3, pp. 143-153, May/June 1999. 36. Anex, R.P., J.R. Lund, and R. Grant, “A Maximum Entropy Approach to Estimating Emissions,” Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association, Vol. 49, No. 8, p. 943, August 1999. 35. Anex, R.P. and J.R. Lund, “Bayesian Estimation of Volatile Organic Emissions from Wood Furniture Coating,” Journal of Environmental Engineering, Vol. 125, No. 1, pp. 92-96, Jan. 1999. 34. Wilchfort, O. and J.R. Lund, “Shortage Management Modeling for Urban Water Supply Systems,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 123, No. 4, July 1997. 33. Lund, J.R. and I. Ferreira, “Operating Rule Optimization for the Missouri River Reservoir System,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 122, No. 4, pp. 287-295, July/August 1996. 32. Anex, R.P., R.A. Lawver, J.R. Lund, and G. Tchobanoglous, “GIGO: Spreadsheet Based Simulation for MSW Systems,” Journal of Environmental Engineering, Vol. 122, No. 4, pp. 259263, April 1996. 31. Lund, J.R. and R.U. Reed, “Drought Water Rationing and Transferable Rations,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, Vol. 31, No. 6, pp. 429-437, Nov. 1995. 30. Lund, J.R., “Derived Estimation of Willingness-to-Pay to Avoid Probabilistic Shortage,” Water Resources Research, Vol. 31, No. 5, pp. 1367-1372, May 1995. 29. Israel, M. and J.R. Lund, “Recent California Water Transfers: Implications for Water Management,” Natural Resources Journal, Vol. 35, pp. 1-32, Winter 1995. 28. Lawver, R.A. and J.R. Lund, “Least-Cost Replacement Planning for Modular Construction of Landfills,” Journal of Environmental Engineering, Vol. 121, No. 3, pp. 203-213, March 1995. 27. Johnston, R., J.R. Lund, and P. Craig, “Capacity Allocation Methods for Reducing Traffic Congestion,” Journal of Transportation Engineering, Vol. 121, No. 1, pp. 27-39, Jan-Feb 1995. 26. Lund, J.R. and M. Israel, “Water Transfers in Water Resource Systems,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, Vol. 121, No. 2, pp. 193-205, March-April 1995. [Re-published in Spanish in Ingeniería del Agua, Vol 2, No. 3, September 1995] 10 25. Lund, J.R. and M. Israel, “Optimization of Transfers in Urban Water Supply Planning,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 121, No. 1, pp. 41-48, Jan.-Feb. 1995. 24. Lund, J.R. and P.L. Mokhtarian, “Telecommuting and Residential Location: Theory and Implications for VMT in the Monocentric Metropolis,” Transportation Research Board, No. 1463, December 1994. 23. Lund, J.R., “Utility Theory Violations by Multi-Criteria Hierarchical Weighting Methods,” Civil Engineering Systems, Vol. 11, pp. 197-207, 1994. 22. Lund, J.R., G. Tchobanoglous, R.P. Anex, and R.A. Lawver, “Linear Programming for Analysis of Material Recovery Facilities,” Journal of Environmental Engineering, Vol. 120, No. 5, pp. 1082-1094, September-October 1994. 21. Lund, J.R., “Transaction Risk versus Transaction Costs in Water Transfers,” Water Resources Research, Vol. 29, No. 9, pp. 3103-3107, September 1993. 20. Englehardt, J.D. and J.R. Lund, “Information Theory in Risk Analysis,” Journal of Environmental Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 118, No. 6, pp. 890-904, Nov.-Dec. 1992. 19. Andrews, E.S., F.I. Chung, and J.R. Lund, “Multi-layered, Priority-based Simulation of Conjunctive Facilities,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 118, No.1, pp. 32-53, January 1992. 18. Lund, J.R., “Benefit-Cost Ratios: Failures and Alternatives,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 118, No.1, pp. 94-101, January 1992. 17. Lund, J.R., “The Decision to Haul Versus Resuspend for Hopper Dredging,” Journal of Waterway, Port, Coastal, and Ocean Engineering, Vol. 117, No. 6, pp. 599-609, Nov. 1991. 16. Lund, J.R., “Dredged Material Disposal Economics,” Journal of Waterway, Port, Coastal, and Ocean Engineering, Vol. 117, No. 4, pp.390-408, July 1991. 15. Lund, J.R., “Random Variables Versus Uncertain Values: Stochastic Modeling and Design,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 117, No. 2, pp. 179-194, March 1991. 14. Enright, C. and J.R. Lund, “Alternative Water District Organization: A Screening Level Analysis,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 117, No. 1, pp. 86-107, January 1991. 13. Englehardt, J.D. and J.R. Lund, “Economic Analysis of Recycling for Small Municipal Waste Collectors,” The Journal of Resource Management and Technology, Vol. 18, No. 2, pp. 84-96, October 1990. 12. Lund, J.R., “Pricing Solid and Hazardous Waste Landfill Capacity,” Journal of Urban Planning and Development, Vol. 116, No. 1, pp. 17-33, May 1990. 11. Lund, J.R., “The Location of Closed Watersheds for Urban Water Supplies: A Theoretical and Historical Analysis,” Environment and Planning A, Vol. 22, No. 5, pp. 667-682, May 1990. 10. Lund, J.R., “Scheduling Maintenance Dredging on a Single Reach With Uncertainty,” Journal of Waterway, Port, Coastal, and Ocean Engineering, Vol. 116, No. 2, pp. 211-321, March 1990. 9. Lund, J.R., “Least-Cost Scheduling of Solid Waste Recycling,” Journal of Environmental Engineering, Vol. 116, No. 1, pp. 182-197, February 1990. 8. Lund, J.R., “The Value and Depreciation of Existing Facilities: The Case of Reservoirs,” The Engineering Economist, Vol. 35, No. 1, pp. 1-24, Fall 1989. 7. Lund, J.R., “Metering Public Utilities: Evaluation and Maintenance,” Water Resources Research, Vol. 24, No. 6, pp. 802-816, June 1988. 11 6. Lund, J.R., “Regional Water Supply Development in South Sweden,” Journal of Urban Planning and Development, Vol. 114, No. 1, pp. 14-33, June 1988. 5. Lund, J.R., “Metropolitan Water Market Development: Seattle, Washington, 1887-1987,” J. of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 114, No. 2, pp. 223-240, March 1988. 4. Lund, J.R., “Evaluation and Scheduling of Water Conservation,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 113, No. 5, pp.696-708, September 1987. 3. Lund, J.R. and R.N. Palmer, “Subjective Evaluation: Linguistic Scales in Pairwise Comparison Methods,” Civil Engineering Systems, Vol. 3, No. 4, pp. 182-186, December 1986. 2. Palmer, R.N. and J.R. Lund, “Drought and Power Production,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 112, No.4, pp. 469-484, October 1986. 1. Palmer, R.N. and J.R. Lund, “Multiobjective Evaluation with Subjective Information,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 111, No. 4, pp. 399-416, October 1985. ______________________________________________________________________________________ Book Chapters, Proceedings, and Other Publications 168. Lund, J., “Want to Fix California’s Water Data Problems? Get to the Root Causes,” Water Deeply, Mar. 30, 2018 167. Lund, J., “Despite Wet Weather, California Should Prepare for Drought Again,” Water Deeply, Mar. 8, 2018 166. Lund, J., “Nudging Progress on Funding for Safe Drinking Water,” Water Deeply, Jan. 1, 2018 165. Lund, J. and J. Medellin-Azuara, “California: Water Security from Infrastructure, Institutions, and the Global Economy,” in World Water Council (ed.), Global Water Security - Lessons Learnt and Long-term Implications, Springer, in press. 164. Lund, J., “A shrunken Delta tunnels project? Decision time is upon California,” Sacramento Bee, Op-Ed, 29 October 2017. 163. Lund, J., “Reflections on Cadillac Desert,” Capitol Weekly, Sacramento, CA, July 12, 2017. 162. Lund, J. and A. Willis, “How Reservoirs Can Adapt to Flooding in a Warmer Climate,” Water Deeply, June 30, 2017. 161. Lund, J., “What California Should Learn From a Decade of Water Extremes,” Water Deeply, Apr. 11, 2017. 160. Lund, J., “What We’ve Learned from California’s 2017 Floods So Far,” Water Deeply, 2 March 2017. 159. Lund, J., “After drought, California urgently needs to focus on big picture of water management,” Sacramento Bee, Op-Ed, 29 January 2017. 158. Lund, J., “Why the Environment Needs Water Markets,” Water Deeply, 17 January 2017. 157. Lund, J., R. Hui, A. Escriva, E. Porse, L. Adams, J. Connaughton, L. Kasuri, B. Lord, L. Siegfried, R. Thayer, S. Sandoval-Solis and S. Yi., “Reservoir Operation Design,” in V. Singh (ed.), Handbook of Applied Hydrology (Chapter 130). McGraw Hill Education. 2017. 156. Lund, J., “Book Review: Water is for Fighting Over, and Other Myths about Water in the West, by John Fleck,” Water Economics and Policy, Vol. 2, No. 4, 3 pp., December, 2016. 155. Lund, J., “The Coming Droughts of California in 2017,” Water Deeply, 1 December, 2016. 154. Lund, J., “Lessons we should learn from the drought,” Sacramento Bee, Op-Ed, 2 November, 2016. 12 153. Pulido-Velazquez, M., G.F. Marques, J.J. Harou, and J.R. Lund, “Hydroeconomic Models as Decision Support Tools for Conjunctive Management of Surface and Groundwater,” Chapter 27 in A.J. Jakeman, O. Barreteau, R.J. Hunt, J. Rinaudo, and A. Ross (eds.), Integrated Groundwater Management - Concepts, Approaches and Challenges, Springer Open, ISBN 978-3-319-23576-9, 2016. 152. Lund, J., R. Hui, A. Escriva, E. Porse, L. Adams, J. Connaughton, L. Kasuri, B. Lord, L. Siegfried, R. Thayer, S. Sandoval-Solis, and S. Yi, “Reservoir Operation Design,” Handbook of Hydrology, Singh and Chow (eds.), Chapter 130, McGraw-Hill, Columbus, OH, in press. 151. Escriva-Bou, A., E. Hanak, and J. Lund, “California needs better account of groundwater”, Sacramento Bee, Op-Ed, July 20, 2016. 150. Lund, J. “Droughts and the Global Economy – Lessons from California,” Harvard College Review of Environment and Society, in press. 149. Lund, J., “Inevitable changes in California’s water supply”, Sacramento Bee, Op-Ed, Sunday, May 1, 2016. 148. AghaKouchak, A., D. Feldman, M. Hoerling, T. Huxman, and J. Lund, “Water and climate: Recognize anthropogenic drought,” Nature, comment, Vol. 524, p. 409-411, 27 August 2015. 147. Hanak, E. and J. Lund. “Portfolio approaches to reduce costs and improve reliability of water supplies,” in A. Lassiter (ed.), Sustainable Water – Challenges and Solutions for California, University of California Press, 2015. 146. Howitt, R.E., J. Medellín-Azuara, D. MacEwan, J.R. Lund, and D.A. Sumner, "Economic Impact of the 2015 Drought on Farm Revenue and Employment," Agricultural and Resource Economics Update, Special Issue: The Economics of the Drought for California Food and Agriculture, Vol. 18, No. 5, May/Jun, 2015. 145. Medellín-Azuara, J., D. MacEwan, J.R. Lund, R.E. Howitt, and D.A. Sumner, "Agricultural Irrigation in This Drought: Where Is the Water and Where Is It Going?," Agricultural and Resource Economics Update, Special Issue: The Economics of the Drought for California Food and Agriculture, Vol. 18, No. 5, May/Jun, 2015. 144. Moyle, P. and J. Lund, “Delta ecosystem is in a constant state of change”, Sacramento Bee, OpEd, Sunday, May 24, 2015. 143. Lund, J.R. and J. Medellin-Azuara, “California and Drought - 2014 and the future,” ASCE/EWRI World Environmental and Water Resources Congress, 8 pp., May 2015. 142. Hui, R. and J.R. Lund, “Optimal Flood Pre-releases – Flood Hedging for A Single Reservoir,” ASCE/EWRI World Environmental and Water Resources Congress, 10 pp., May 2015. 141. Hui, R., K. Madani, and J.R. Lund, “Risk-based Levee System Design: Rational vs. Optimal,” ASCE/EWRI World Environmental and Water Resources Congress, 10 pp., May 2015. 140. Lund, J. “When water counts, accounting matters,” Los Angeles Times, Op-Ed, Sunday, April 26, 2015. 139. Hanak, E., J. Lund, J. Mount, et al. California’s Water: Climate Change and Water, Managing Droughts, Paying for Water, Preparing for Floods, the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, Storing Water, Water for Cities, Water for the Environment, and Water for Farms, briefing kit, PPIC Water Policy Center, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, April 2015. 138. Lund, J. and P. Moyle, “How to discourage water wars: don’t give away water”, Opinion, San Francisco Chronicle, March 20, 2015. 137. Lund, J. and M. Hall “Shaping Water Storage Expansion in California”, Viewpoints, Sacramento Bee, Sunday, March 8, 2015. 13 136. Lund, J., “San Francisco Bay-Delta: Ground Zero for California Water Challenges – Risks and Water Resources.” Hydrolink, (IAHR newsletter), No. 1, 2015. 135. Howitt, R. and J. Lund, “Five myths about California’s drought,” Washington Post, 29 Aug 2014. 134. Lund, J., “Dry Times - New water storage alone won't solve California's drought,” Comstock’s Magazine, August 14, 2014. 133. Lund, J., “Guest View: Why utilities shy from mandatory water saving during a drought,” Appeal-Democrat, Marysville, CA, August 4, 2014. 132. Lund, J., J. Mount, and E. Hanak “Putting some myths about California’s drought to rest”, Viewpoints, Sacramento Bee, Sunday, July 6, 2014. 131. Lund, J., E. Hanak, and B. Thompson “Environmental water market would help the losers in this drought”, Viewpoints, Sacramento Bee, Sunday, February 2, 2014. 130. Lund, J. “California droughts precipitate innovation”, Viewpoints, Sacramento Bee, Saturday, January 18, 2014. 129. Lund, J. and E. Hanak, “Resistance is futile — 10 inevitable water changes,” Redding Record Searchlight, Sunday, January 12, 2014. 128. Hanak, E., B. Gray, J. Lund, J.R., “State's water funding habit must change,” Viewpoints, Sacramento Bee, Sunday, August 25, 2013. 127. Medellin-Azuara, J., R.E. Howitt, and J.R. Lund, “Modeling Economic-Engineering Responses to Drought: The California Case,” in K. Schwabe (ed), Drought in Arid and Semi-Arid Regions, Springer, Dordrecht, 2013. 126. Lund, J.R., “Environmental shift is needed towards solutions,” Viewpoints, Sacramento Bee, Sunday, June 30, 2013, page E5. 125. Lund, J.R., “Some Curious Things about Water Management,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, editorial, Vol. 139, No. 1, Jan./Feb. 2013, pp. 1-2. 124. Lund, J.R., “Optimization modeling in water resource systems and markets,” in J. Maestu (ed.), Water Trading and Global Water Scarcity, RFF Press, New York, pp. 321-333, 2013. 123. Lund, J.R., “Get out your tool belt – it's time for state to remodel water system,” Sacramento Bee, op-ed, July 26, 2012. 122. Lund, J.R., “Provoking More Productive Discussion of Wicked Problems,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, editorial, Vol. 138, May/June, 2012. 121. Madani, K. and J.R. Lund, “Innovative modeling for Californian high hydro,” International Water Power & Dam Construction, pp. 34-36, April 2012. 120. Lund, J.R., “Water Accounting Issues in California,” in Jayne Godfrey and Keryn Chalmers (eds), Water Accounting: International Approaches to Policy and Decision-making, Edward Elgar Publishing, Northampton, MA, 2012. 119. Medellín- Azuara, J., R.E. Howitt, and J.R. Lund, “Hydro- economic modeling to assess climate impact and adaptation for agriculture in California,” in A. Dinar and R. Mendelsohn (eds.), Handbook on Climate Change and Agriculture, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, pp. 342-354, 2011. 118. Lund, J.R., “Can trees and levees both live in harmony? They can, if …,” Sacramento Bee, viewpoints, Sunday, July. 3, 2011, page E5. 117. Mount, J.F. and J.R. Lund, “Needed: Floodways to reduce risk,” Sacramento Bee, opinion, Sunday, May. 15, 2011, page E1. 14 116. 115. 114. 113. 112. 111. 110. 109. 108. 107. 106. 105. 104. 103. 102. 101. 100. Ragatz, R., J. Lund, J. Medellin-Azuara, E. Bartolomeo, M. Bates, and S, De Souza, “California Water Supply and Reservoir Storage for Warmer vs. Warmer-Drier Climate Conditions,” ASCE/EWRI World Environmental and Water Resources Congress, pp. 1328-1337, May 2011. Madani, K. and J.R. Lund, “Strategic Multi-Criteria Decision Making under Uncertainty,” ASCE/EWRI World Environmental and Water Resources Congress, pp. 3096-3102, May 2011. Buck, C.R., J. Medellín-Azuara, and J.R. Lund, “California Water Supply and Reservoir Storage for Warmer vs. Warmer-Drier Climate Conditions,” ASCE/EWRI World Environmental and Water Resources Congress, pp. 1365-1374, May 2011. Ertsen, M. and J. Lund, “Drowning Men Will Clutch at Straws - A Short Comparative History Of Dutch And Californian River Flood Management,” 25th ICID European Regional Conference Proceedings, Paper IV-5, 2011. Lund, J.R., “Probabilistic dominance application to the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta,” in B.M. Ayyub (ed.), Vulnerability, Uncertainty, and Risk, Proceedings of ICVRAM 2011 and ISUMA 2011 Conferences, ASCE, Reston, VA, pp. 821-828, 2011. Lund, J.R., “Prospects for Systems Analysis in an Age of Changing Systems: Thoughts from a Saturday Afternoon,” World Environmental and Water Resources Congress Proceedings 2010, ASCE/EWRI, May 2010. Hanak, E. and J. Lund, “Adapter la gestion de l’eau au changement climatique en Californie,” Liaison Energie-Francophone, No. 85, pp. 113-116, 2009. Hanak, E., J. Lund, A. Dinar, B. Gray, R. Howitt, J. Mount, P. Moyle, and B. Thompson, California Water Myths, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, Dec. 2009. Lund, J., P. Moyle, and E. Hanak, “Daunting task, but Delta issues manageable,” Sacramento Bee, Op-Ed, August 23, 2009. Hanak, E. and J. Lund, “Fixing the Delta is critical,” San Diego Union, Op-Ed, June 19, 2009. Mount, J. and J. Lund, “The Delta: Managing the inevitable,” Contra Costa Times, Op-Ed, May 2, 2009. Hanak, E. and J. Lund, “Bay Area’s Tricky Choices About Delta’s Future,” San Francisco Chronicle, Insight Section, Op-Ed, pp. H1 - H3, April 12, 2009. Waller-Barrera, C., Mendoza-Espinosa, L.G., Medellin-Azuara, J. and Lund, J.R., “Optimización económico-ingenieril del suministro agrícola y urbano: una aplicación de reuso del agua en Ensenada, Baja California,” Revista Ingenieria Hidraulica en Mexico, Vol. 24, No. 4, pp. 87-103, October 2009. Lund, J.R., “A Risk analysis of Risk Analysis,” Journal of Contemporary Water Research and Education, Issue 140, pp. 53-60, September, 2008. Lund, J.R., “Closure to ‘Drought Storage Allocation Rules for Surface Reservoir Systems,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 134, pp. 488-489, September 2008. Madani, K., S. Vicuna, J. Lund, J. Dracup and L. Dale, “Different Approaches to Study the Adaptability of High-Elevation Hydropower Systems to Climate Change: The Case of SMUD’s Upper American River Project,” in R.W. Babcock and R. Walton (eds.) World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2008 Ahupua'a, ASCE/EWRI, Reston, VA, May 2008. J.J. Harou, J.R. Lund, “Upscaling Groundwater Models for Inclusion in Management Models Case Study from California’s Sacramento Valley,” in R.W. Babcock and R. Walton (eds.) World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2008 Ahupua'a, ASCE/EWRI, Reston, VA, May 2008. 15 99. Ferreira, I.C.L., M.W. Jenkins, and J.R. Lund, “Unit Penalty Setting for Linear Programming Based Priority Simulation Models,” in R.W. Babcock and R. Walton (eds.) World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2008 Ahupua'a, ASCE/EWRI, Reston, VA, May 2008. 98. Medellín-Azuara, J., L.G. Mendoza-Espinosa, J.R. Lund, C. Waller-Barrera, and R.E. Howitt,” Hydro-economic Analysis of Water Supply for Baja California, Mexico,” in R.W. Babcock and R. Walton (eds.) World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2008 Ahupua'a, ASCE/EWRI, Reston, VA, May 2008. 97. Madani, K. and J. Lund, “Climate Change Effects on Optimal High-Elevation Hydropower Generation in Sierra Nevada, California,” in R.W. Babcock and R. Walton (eds.) World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2008 Ahupua'a, ASCE, Reston, VA, May 2008. 96. Harou, J.J. and J.R. Lund, “Economic and Water Management Effects of a No Overdraft Policy: California’s Tulare Basin,” Ragone, S., Hernández-Mora, N., de la Hera, A., Bergkamp, G. and J. McKay (eds.), The global importance of groundwater in the 21st Century: Proceedings of the International Symposium on Groundwater Sustainability. National Groundwater Association Press, Ohio, August 2007. 95. Harou, J.J. and J.R. Lund, “Hydroeconomic Conjunctive Use Model Formulation for California’s Central Valley using Response Functions,” in K.C. Kabbes (ed.) proceedings of the World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2007, ASCE/EWRI, Reston, VA, May 2007. 94. Madani, K. and J.R. Lund, “High-Elevation Hydropower and Climate Warming in California,” in K.C. Kabbes (ed.) proceedings of the World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2007, ASCE/EWRI, Reston, VA, May 2007. 93. Lund, J.R., T. Zhu, S.K. Tanaka and M.W. Jenkins, “Chapter 10. Water Resources Impacts,” in J.B. Smith and R. Mendelsohn (eds.), The Impact Of Climate Change On Regional Systems: A Comprehensive Analysis of California, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, Cheltenham UK, 2006. 92. Ramirez-Acosta, R., L. Mendoza-Espinoza, J. Medellin-Azura, and J.R. Lund, “Economy, population and efficiency for the future supplying of the potable water in Baja California,” (in Spanish) in A. Mungaray-Lagarda and J. Ocegueda-Hernandez, Estudios economicos sobre Baja California, Universidad Autonoma de Baja California, Mexicali, Mexico, October 2006. 91. Null, S.E. and J.R. Lund, “Restoring Hetch Hetchy Valley: The Role of Modeling in Policy,” EOS, American Geophysical Union, Vol. 87, No. 42, 3 pp., 17, October 2006. 90. Lund, J.R., X. Cai, and G.W. Characklis, “Economic Engineering of Environmental and Water Resource Systems,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 132, No. 6, pp. 399-402, November/December 2006. 89. Field, R. and J.R. Lund, “Multi-objective Optimization of Folsom Reservoir Operation,” Proceedings of the 2006 Conference on Operations Management, ASCE, Reston, VA, August 2006. 88. Lund, J.R., “Most Excellent Integrated Water Management from California,” Proceedings of the 2006 Conference on Operations Management, ASCE, Reston, VA, August 2006. 87. Ferreira, I.C.L. and J.R. Lund, “Priority-Penalty Derivations for Optimization-based Simulation Models,” Proceedings of the 2006 Conference on Operations Management, ASCE, Reston, VA, August 2006. 86. Medellin, J., J. Harou, M. Olivares, J. Lund, R. Howitt, S. Tanaka, M. Jenkins, K. Madani, and T. Zhu, “Climate Warming and Water Supply Management In California,” in Increasing Freshwater Supplies, 2006 UCOWR/NIWR Conference Proceedings, Santa Fe, NM, UCOWR, Carbondale, IL, July 2006. 85. Medellín, J., J.R. Lund, and R.E. Howitt, “An Economic-Engineering Optimization for the Binational Mexico-US Lower Colorado River Delta: The Mexicali Valley Case Study,” in 16 Increasing Freshwater Supplies, 2006 UCOWR/NIWR Conference Proceedings, Santa Fe, NM, UCOWR, Carbondale, IL, July 2006. 84. Lund, J.R., “Discussion of John Labadie’s ‘Optimal Operation of Multireservoir Systems: A State-of-the-Art Review’,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 131, No. 9, September 2005. 83. Lund, J.R. and S.E. Null, “Hetch Hetchy Reclaimed: Water questions are always flowing,” Sacramento Bee, June 26, 2005, Sunday Forum section, front page, 2005. 82. Medellin-Azuara, J. and J.R. Lund, “Applying Economic-Engineering Systems Analysis to the Colorado River Delta,” Transboundary Freshwater Ecosystem Restoration: The role of Law, Process, and Lawyers, International Law Conference, University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, February 18-19, 2005. 81. Paredes, J. and J.R. Lund, “Spill-Minimizing Rules For Parallel Reservoirs: Quantity and Quality”, 5th International Symposium on Ecohydraulics, Madrid, Spain, Conference Proceedings, IAHR, September 2004. 80. Null, S. and J.R. Lund, “Water Supply Implications of Removing O’Shaughnessy Dam,” in EWRI World Congress, Salt Lake City, UT, ASCE, Conference Proceedings, CD-ROM, June 2004. 79. Marques, G., Zhu, T., J.R. Lund, “Integrating Economic Models of Agricultural and Urban Water Use and Transfers with Three-Stage Quadratic Programming,” in EWRI World Congress, Salt Lake City, UT, ASCE, Conference Proceedings, CD-ROM, June 2004. 78. Zhu, T., J.R. Lund, M.W. Jenkins, G. Marques, “Climate Warming Adaptation for Urbanizing Floodplains,” in EWRI World Congress, Salt Lake City, UT, ASCE, Conference Proceedings, CD-ROM, June 2004. 77. Lund, J.R., “Real and Ideal Markets for California: Potential Limits and Infrastructure’s Roles,” in Southwest Hydrology, Vol. 3, No. 2, pp. 24-25, March/April 2004. 76. Zhu, T., S.K. Tanaka, M.W. Jenkins, J.R. Lund, R.E. Howitt, R. Ritzema, I. Ferreira, “Modeling Climate Warming for Water Management in California,” in XI World Water Congress, 5-9 October 2003, Madrid, Spain, IWRA, Conference Proceedings, CD-ROM. 75. Pulido, Manuel, G.F. Marques, M.W. Jenkins, and J.R. Lund, “Conjunctive Use of Ground and Surface Waters: Classical Approaches and California’s Examples,” in XI World Water Congress, 5-9 October 2003, Madrid, Spain, IWRA, Conference Proceedings, CD-ROM. 74. Grimes, P. and J.R. Lund, “Re-assembling California’s Water: How Water Management is Changing and Why,” in XI World Water Congress, 5-9 October 2003, Madrid, Spain, IWRA, Conference Proceedings, CD-ROM. 73. G.F. Marques, J.R. Lund, and R.E. Howitt “Two Stage Programming for Land/Water Management and Conjunctive Use Operations,” in S. Mishra (ed.) Groundwater Quality Modeling and Management Under Uncertainty, Proceedings of the Groundwater Quality Modeling and Management Under Uncertainty Symposium held during the World Water and Environmental Resources Congress in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 24-26, 2003, ASCE and EWRI, Reston, VA. 72. Lund, J.R., “Re-assembling California’s Water: How Water Management will Change and Why,” in P. Bizier and P. DeBarry (eds.) World Water & Environmental Resources Congress 2003, ASCE and EWRI, Conference Proceedings (June 2003), Reston, VA. 71. Lund, J.R., M. W. Jenkins, T. Zhu, S.K. Tanaka, M.Pulido, R.Ritzema, R. Howitt, M. Taubert, and I. Ferriera “Climate Warming & California’s Water Future,” in P. Bizier and P. DeBarry (eds.) World Water & Environmental Resources Congress, ASCE and EWRI, Conference Proceedings (June 2003), Reston, VA. 17 70. Lund, J.R. “Intra-boundary Management’s Role for Trans-boundary Water Problems,” in A.M. Michelsen (ed.) Integrated Transboundary Water Management, UCOWR Conference Proceedings (2002), Carbondale, IL. 69. Lund, J.R. and E. Cabrera, “Regional Water System Management: Water Conservation, Water Supply, and System Irrigation,” in E. Cabrera, R. Cobacho, and J.R. Lund (eds), Regional Water System Management: Water Conservation, Water Supply, and System Integration, A.A. Balkema Publishers, Exton, PA, pp. 3-22, 2002. 68. Cabrera, E. and J.R. Lund, “Conclusion, Regional Water Management: A Long View,” in E. Cabrera, R. Cobacho, and J.R. Lund (eds), Regional Water System Management: Water Conservation, Water Supply, and System Integration, A.A. Balkema Publishers, Exton, PA, pp. 243-246, 2002. 67. Jenkins, M.W. and J.R. Lund, “Opportunities for Conjunctive Use in California,” in Proceedings 2002 Conference on Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, CD-ROM, May 19-22, 2002. 66. Ritzema, R.S., M.W. Jenkins, A. J. Draper, J.R. Lund, R.E. Howitt , S.K. Tanaka, and G.F. Marques, “Optimization of California’s Water System: Results and Insights,” in Proceedings 2002 Conference on Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, CD-ROM, May 19-22, 2002. 65. Tanaka, S.K. and J.R. Lund, “Effects Of Increased Delta Exports On Sacramento Valley’s Economy And Water Management,” in Proceedings 2002 Conference on Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, CD-ROM, May 19-22, 2002. 64. Draper, A.J. and J.R. Lund, “Deterministic Optimization with Limited Foresight for Single Reservoirs,” in Proceedings 2002 Conference on Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, CD-ROM, May 19-22, 2002. 63. Howitt, R.E. and J.R. Lund, “Editorial: Water will drive California response to climate change,” Editorial in California Agriculture, Vol. 56, No. 3, May 2002. 62. Israel, M.S. and J.R. Lund, “Closure: Priority Preserving Unit Penalties in Network Flow Modeling,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, Vol. 127, No. 1, pp. 68-69, January/February 2001. 61. Lund, J.R., A.J. Draper, M.W. Jenkins, K.W. Kirby, B.D. Newlin, B.J. Van Lienden, M.D. Davis, P.M. Grimes, R.E. Howitt, K.B. Ward and S.M. Msangi, “Economic-engineering analysis of Californian water management,” in M.A. Mariño and S.P. Simonovic (eds.), Integrated Water Resources Management, IAHS Publication no. 272, Wallingford, UK, December 2001. 60. Jenkins, M.W., A.J. Draper, G.F. Marques, R.S. Ritzema, S.K. Tanaka, K.W. Kirby, M.S. Fidell, S. Msangi, R.E. Howitt, and J.R. Lund, “Economic Valuation of California’s Water Resources and Infrastructure,” ASCE Specialty Conference on Water Resources and the Environment, Orlando, FL, CD-ROM, ASCE, Reston, VA, May 2001. 59. Davis, M.D., J.R Lund, and R.E. Howitt, “Banking Groundwater to Meet Growing Water Demand in California,” ASCE Specialty Conference on Water Resources and the Environment, Orlando, FL, CD-ROM, ASCE, Reston, VA, May 2001. 58. Jenkins, M.W., A.J. Draper, J.R. Lund, and R.E. Howitt, “Calibration and Testing for Large Integrated Water Management Models,” 2nd International Conference on Decision Making in Urban and Civil Engineering, Lyon, France, Nov. 20-22, 2000, pp. 285- 296. 57. Newlin, B.N., M.W. Jenkins, and J.R. Lund, “Southern California Water Markets: Potentials and Limitations,” ASCE 2000 Joint Conference in Water Resources Engineering and Water Resources Planning and Management, Minneapolis, Minnesota, CD-ROM, ASCE, Reston, VA, August 2000. 18 56. Draper, A. J. and J.R. Lund, “Optimal Reservoir Operations and the Value of Carryover Storage,” ASCE Conference on Water Resources Engineering and Water Resources Planning and Management, Minneapolis, Minnesota, CD-ROM, ASCE, Reston, VA, August 2000. 55. Howitt, R.E. and J.R. Lund, “Measuring the Impacts of Environmental Reallocations of Water in California,” American Journal of Agricultural Economics, December 1999. 54. Lund, J.R., “Federal and State Roles in Regional Water Planning,” Editorial, Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, Vol. 125, No.3, pp. 115-116, May/June 1999. 53. Davis, M. and J.R. Lund, “The Chilean Water Market System and Obstacles to Efficient Water Use,” in E. Wilson (ed.), Proceedings of the Water Resources Planning and Management Division Specialty Conference, ASCE, Reston, VA, 10 pp., CD-ROM, June 1999. 52. Newlin, B., J.R. Lund, K.W. Kirby, and M.W. Jenkins, “A Statewide Economic Optimization Model for California: Modeling Process,” in E.Wilson (ed.), Proceedings of the Water Resources Planning and Management Division Specialty Conference, ASCE, Reston, VA, 10 pp., CD-ROM, June 1999. 51. Jenkins, M.W. and J.R. Lund, “Economic Valuation of Urban Water Use for Large Scale Modeling,” in E. Wilson (ed.), Proceedings of the Water Resources Planning and Management Division Specialty Conference, ASCE, Reston, VA, 10 pp., CD-ROM, June 1999. 50. Lund, J.R., “Integrated Flood Planning with Risk-based Optimization,” in E.Wilson (ed.), Proceedings of the Water Resources Planning and Management Division Specialty Conference, ASCE, Reston, VA, 10 pp., CD-ROM, June 1999. 49. Lund, J.R., “Drought Management and Water Transfer Programs: Recent Developments and Research in California,” E. Cabrera (ed.), Drought Management Planning in Water Supply Systems, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston, MA, pp. 242-260, 1999. 48. Wilchfort-Kalman, O., J.R. Lund, D. Lew, and D.M. Larson, “Economic Analysis for Stormwater Quality Management,” in E.D. Loucks (ed.), Water Resources and the Urban Environment, ASCE, Reston, VA, pp. 574-579, 1998. 47. Lowney, C.L., J.R. Lund, and M.L. Deas, “Optimization Modeling for River Restoration,” in Whipple (ed.), Coordination: Water Resources and Environment, ASCE, Reston, VA, pp. 71-76, 1998. 46. Lund, J.R. and R.N. Palmer, “Water Resource System Modeling for Conflict Resolution,” in Water Resources Update, UCOWR, Issue 108, pp. 70-82, Summer 1997. 45. Lund, J.R., “State Planning in Support of Local Water Management,” SCWC Update, Southern California Water Committee, Vol. 13, No. 2, 1pg., April 1997. 44. Eheart, J.W. and J.R. Lund, “Water Use Management: Permit and Water-Transfer Systems,” Chapter 32 in L. Mays (ed.), Water Resources Handbook, McGraw-Hill, New York, 34 pp, 1996. Also reprinted as Chapter 4 in L. Mays (ed.), Urban Water Supply Handbook, McGraw-Hill, New York, 2002. 43. Hobbs, B.F., R.L. Mittelstadt, and J.R. Lund, “Energy and Water,” Chapter 31 in L. Mays (ed.), Water Resources Handbook, McGraw-Hill, New York, 43 pp, 1996. 42. Moser, D.A., L.L. Skaggs, J.R. Lund, S.J. Ratick, H. Morehouse-Garriga, W. Du, and R. Klimberg, “Risk-Based Planning and Management of Maintenance Dredging: Development and Application of the Reliability-Based Dynamic Dredging Decision (RBD3) Model,” Bulletin P.I.A.N.C. (Permanent International Assoc. of Navigation Congresses), No. 87, pp. 47-65, 1995. 41. Morehouse Garriga, H., S.J. Ratick, D.A. Moser, W. Du, L. Skaggs, J.R., Lund, and R. Klinberg, “A Model for Risk-Based Dredging Decisions,” in M. Domenica (ed.) Proceedings of the 1995 19 Water Resources Planning and Management Division Conference, ASCE, pp. 678-681, May 1995. 40. Kirby, K.W. and J.R. Lund, “Inferring Columbia River System Operating Rules Using Optimization Model Results,” in M. Domenica (ed.) Proceedings of the 1995 Water Resources Planning and Management Division Conference, ASCE, N.Y., pp. 568-571, May 1995. 39. Lund, J.R., V. Vannicola, D.A. Moser, S.J. Ratick, A. Celly, and L.L. Skaggs, “Risk-Based Decision Support for Dredging the Lower Mississippi River,” in M. Domenica (ed.) Proceedings of the 1995 Water Resources Planning and Management Division Conference, ASCE, pp. 647677, May 1995. 38. Lund, J.R., “Self-Optimization in Water Resource Systems,” in M. Domenica (ed.) Proceedings of the 1995 Water Resources Planning and Management Division Conference, ASCE, N.Y., pp. 820-823, May 1995. 37. Werick, W.J., A.M. Keyes, R. Palmer, and J. Lund, “Virtual Drought and Shared Visions: Some Innovations from the National Drought Study,” in D.A. Wilhite and D.A. Wood (eds.), Proceedings of the Conference Drought Management in a Changing West: New Directions for Water Policy, International Drought Information Center Report No. 94-1, Department of Agricultural Meteorology, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE, November 1994. 36. Lund, J.R., “Book review of Global Water Resource Management by G.J. Young, J.C.I. Dooge, and J.C. Rodda” (Cambridge University Press, 1994), EOS, AGU, Vol. 75, No. 51, p. 603, December 20, 1994. 35. Ferreira, I.C.L. and J.R. Lund, “Optimization and Reservoir Operations for the Missouri River,” in H.N. Tuvel (ed.), Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, 4 pp., May 1994. 34. Israel, M., J.R. Lund, and G.T. Orlob, “Cooperative Game Theory in Water Resources,” in H.N. Tuvel (ed.), Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, 4 pp., May 1994. 33. Israel, M., K.W. Kirby, and J.R. Lund, “Thoughts on Reservoir Management Studies,” in H.N. Tuvel (ed.), Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, 4 pp., May 1994. 32. Jensen, M.R. and J.R. Lund, “WATSUP: A Simulation Model for Water Supply Cost and Reliability,” in H.N. Tuvel (ed.), Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, 4 pp., May 1994. 31. Lund, J.R., “Willingness-to-Pay for Alternative Shortage Probability Distributions,” in H.N. Tuvel (ed.), Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, 4 pp., May 1994. 30. Lund, J.R., “Engineering Water Supply Reliability,” SCWC Update, Southern California Water Committee, Vol. 10, No. 1, 1 p., February 1994. 29. Lund, J.R., R. Lawver, R. Anex, G. Tchobanoglous, L. Saska, V. Alaniz, C. Booher, E. Edgar, W. Fleenor, W. Freeman, K. Irving, T. Kear, K. Lindenauer, W. Wright, and J. Parker, “GIGO: Software for Simulating Municipal Solid Waste System,” Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Solid Waste Management, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, November 1993. 28. Lund, J.R. and Israel, M., “Optimizing Water Transfers in Urban Water Supply Planning,” in H.W. Shen (ed.), Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE, 5 pp., July 1993. 27. Lund, J.R., “Discussion: Jacobs and Everett's 'Optimal Scheduling of Consecutive Landfill Operations with Recycling',” Journal of Environmental Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 119, No. 4, pp. 760-763, July/August 1993. 26. Lund, J.R. and Israel, M., “Water Supply Systems Planning with Water Transfers,” in K. Hon (ed.), Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, 4 pp., May 1993. 20 25. Lund, J.R., “Book Review: Water Resources in the Arid Realm, by. C. Agnew and E. Anderson,” Water Resource Bulletin, Vol. 28, No. 6, November/December 1992. 24. Anex, R.P., J.R. Lund, and R.A. Lawver, “Managing Creative MSW Management,” MSW Management, invited guest editorial, November 1992. 23. Lund, J.R., “Closure: Benefit-Cost Ratios: Failures and Alternatives,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, January 1993. 22. Lawver, R.A. and J.R. Lund, “Planning Centralized Materials Recovery Facilities,” in Linaweaver (ed.), WATER FORUM: Environmental Engineering, ASCE, 6 pp., August 1992. 21. Israel, M. and Lund, J.R., “Managing Existing Reservoirs to Meet New Challenges,” in M. Karamouz (ed.), WATER FORUM: Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, pp. 673678, August 1992. 20. Lund, J.R. and M. Israel, “Information Theory and Multi-Objective Evaluation,” in M. Karamouz (ed.), WATER FORUM: Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, pp. 486-491, August 1992. 19. Lund, J.R. and J.D. Englehardt, “Information Entropy and Dose-Response Functions for Risk Analysis,” in C.R. Smith, G. Erickson, and P. Neudorfer (eds.), Maximum Entropy and Bayesian Methods, Seattle, 1991, Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 303-312, 1992. 18. Lund, J.R., “Discussion: T.M. Walski's, 'Unverifiable Conclusions',” Journal of Environmental Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 118, No. 3, pp. 459-461, May/June 1992. 17. Lund, J.R., “Closure: Scheduling Advance Maintenance Dredging on a Single Reach with Uncertainty,” Journal of Waterway, Port, Coastal, and Ocean Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 118, No. 1, pp. 119-120, January/February 1992. 16. Englehardt, J.D. and Lund, J.R., “Information Entropy and Environmental Engineering,” in Environmental Engineering, Proceedings of the Environmental Engineering Division Specialty Conference, ASCE, pp. 586-591, July 1991. 15. Lund, J.R., “Book Review: Water Distribution Systems, by J.W. Male and T.M. Walski,” Water Resource Bulletin, Vol. 27, No. 3, p. 560, June 1991. 14. Lund, J.R., “Optimization of Maintenance for Coastal Inlets with Uncertainty,” in N.C. Kraus (ed.), Coastal Sediments '91, ASCE, pp. 1152-1164, June 1991. 13. Lund, J.R., “Totally Rad Urban Drought Management from California,” in J. L. Anderson (ed.), Proceedings of the 18th National Water Resources Conference, ASCE, pp. 532-536, May 1991. 12. Lund, J.R., D. Moser, K.I. Rubin, and T.A. Denes, “A Decision Support System for Dredging the Lower Mississippi River,” in J.L. Anderson (ed.), Proceedings of the 18th National Water Resources Conference, ASCE, pp. 314-318, May 1991. 11. Lund, J.R. and R.D. Charney, Book review of S.M. Haslam's River Pollution: An Ecological Perspective,” in Environment and Planning A, Vol. 23, No. 4, pp. 618-619, April 1991. 10. Lawver, R., J.R. Lund, and G. Tchobanoglous, “GIGO - A Solid Waste Management Model for Municipalities,” in W.K. Shieh (ed.), Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Solid Waste Management and Secondary Materials, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, 8 pp., December 1990. 9. Lund, J.R., “Cost-Effective Maintenance and Replacement Scheduling,” in J.F. Scott and R.M. Khanbilvardi (eds.), Water Resources Infrastructure: Needs, Economics, and Financing, ASCE, pp. 92-95, May 1990. 8. Reed, R.U. and J.R. Lund, “Transferable Rations for Drought Management?,” in R.M. Khanbilvardi and T.C. Gooch (eds.), Optimizing the Resources for Water Management, ASCE, pp. 726-730, May 1990. 21 7. Lund, J.R., “Strategies for Planning Metropolitan Water Supplies,” in G.R. Baumli (ed.), Legal, Institutional, Financial, and Environmental Aspects of Water Issues, ASCE, pp. 175-182, July 1989. 6. Andrews, E.S., F.I. Chung, and J.R. Lund, “Conjunctive Operation of Surface and Subsurface Storage in California: Regional Planning in Kern County,” in S. Harris (ed.), Water Resources Planning and Management, 16th ASCE Water Resources Planning and Management Conference, pp. 160-163, May 1989. 5. Lund, J.R., “Economic Evaluation of Alternative Disposal of Dredged Material,” in S.C. Harris (ed.), Water Resources Planning and Management, Proceedings of the 16th ASCE Water Resources Planning and Management Specialty Conf., pp.693-696, May 1989. 4. Lund, J.R., “AVI and a WIM on Pavement Management,” Proceedings of the First International Conference on Applications of Advanced Technologies in Transportation Engineering, C. Hendrickson and K. Sinha (eds.), pp. 517-522, February 1989. 3. Johnston, R.A., D. Sperling, P. Craig, and J.R. Lund, “Automating Urban Freeways,” ITS Review, Vol. 11, No. 4, August 1988. 2. Lund, J.R., “The Development of Metropolitan Water Markets, Seattle Washington, 1887-1987,” in D.D. Baumann and Y.Y. Haimes (eds.) The Role of Social and Behavioral Sciences in Water Resources Planning and Management, Proceedings of an Engineering Foundation Conference, ASCE, N.Y., July 1988. 1. Lund, J.R., “Least-Cost Scheduling of Advance Maintenance Dredging,” Proceedings of the 15th ASCE Water Resources Planning and Management Specialty Conference, N.Y., June 1988. ______________________________________________________________________________________ Technical Reports 101. Medellín-Azuara, J., Paw U, K.T., Jin, Y. Jankowski, J., Bell, A.M., Kent, E., Clay, J., Wong, A., Alexander, N., Santos, N., Badillo, J., Hart, Q., Leinfelder-Miles, M., Merz, J., Lund, J.R., Anderson, A., Anderson, M., Chen, Y., Edgar, D., Eching, S., Freiberg, S., Gong, R., Guzmán, A., Howes, D., Johnson, L., Kadir, T., Lambert, J.J., Liang, L., Little, C., Melton, F., Metz, M., Morandé, J.A., Orang, M., Pyles, R.D., Post, K., Roosevelt, C., Sarreshteh, S., Snyder, R.L., Trezza, R., Temegsen, B., Viers, J.H. A Comparative Study for Estimating Crop Evapotranspiration in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta- Final Report, Appendix set, and project datasets. Center for Watershed Sciences, University of California Davis, 2018. 100. Delta Independent Science Board, Review of the Final EIR/EIS for California Waterfix, Delta Stewardship Council, Sacramento, CA, 15 pp., June 2017. 99. Medellín-Azuara, J., J. Lund, P. Goodwin, C. Enright, B. Bray, R. Argent, J. Ariyama, J.F. Bratton, J. Burau, M. Chotkowski, A. Escriva-Bou, J. Lee, S. Lindley, M. McWilliams, S. Peckman, N. Quinn, D. Senn, S. Siegel and J. Wolfe, Integrated Modeling of Estuarine Systems: Lessons for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, Center for Watershed Sciences, University of California – Davis, 22 February 2017. 98. Hanak,, E., J. Lund, B. Arnold, A. Escriva-Bou, B. Gray, S. Green, T. Harter, R. Howitt, D. MacEwan, J, Medellin-Azuara, P. Moyle, and N. Seavy, Water Stress and a Changing San Joaquin Valley, PPIC Water Policy Center, San Francisco, CA, February 2017. 97. Delta Independent Science Board, Review of SWRCB’s “Working Draft Scientific Basis Report for New and Revised Flow Requirements on the Sacramento River and Tributaries, Eastside Tributaries to the Delta, Delta Outflow, and Interior Delta Operations”, Delta Stewardship Council, Sacramento, CA, 10 pp., February 2017. 22 96. Delta Independent Science Board, Workshop report—Earthquakes and High Water as Levee Hazards in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, Delta Stewardship Council, Sacramento, CA, 24 pp., October 2016. 95. Medellín-Azuara, J., K.T. Paw U, Y. Jin, Q. Hart, E. Kent, J. Clay, A. Wong, A. Bell, M. Anderson, D. Howes, F. Melton, T. Kadir, M. Orang, M.M. Leinfelder-Miles, J.R. Lund, Estimation of Crop Evapotranspiration in the Sacramento San Joaquin Delta: Preliminary Results for the 2014-2015 Water Year, report for the Office of the Delta Watermaster - State Water Resources Control Board, Center for Watershed Sciences, UC Davis. 38 pp, September, 2016. 94. MedellínAzuara, J., D. MacEwan, R.E. Howitt, D.A. Sumner, and J.R. Lund, Economic Analysis of the 2016 California Drought on Agriculture, report for the California Department of Food and Agriculture, Center for Watershed Sciences, University of California – Davis, August, 2016. 93. Escriva-Bou, A., H. McCann, E. Hanak, J. Lund, and B. Gray. Accounting for California’s Water, 28 pp., PPIC Water Policy Center, San Francisco, CA, July 2016. 92. Escriva-Bou, A., H. McCann, E. Blanco, B. Gray, E. Hanak, J. Lund, B. MagnusonSkeels, and A. Tweet. Accounting for California’s Water – Technical Appendix, 177 pp., PPIC Water Policy Center, San Francisco, CA, July 2016. 91. Delta Independent Science Board, Improving Adaptive Management in the SacramentoSan Joaquin Delta, Delta Stewardship Council, Sacramento, CA, 66 pp., February 2016. 90. Mount, J., E. Hanak, C. Chappelle, B. Colby, R. Frank, G. Gartrell, B. Gray, D. Kenney, J. Lund, P. Moyle, and L.Szeptycki. Improving the Federal Response to Western Drought: Five Areas for Reform, 32 pp., PPIC Water Policy Center, San Francisco, CA, February 2016. 89. Gray, B. E. Hanak, R. Frank, R. Howitt, J. Lund, L. Szeptycki, and B. Thompson, Allocating California’s Water: Directions for Reform, 21 pp., PPIC Water Policy Center, San Francisco, CA, November 2015. 88. Delta Independent Science Board, Review by the Delta Independent Science Board of the Bay Delta Conservation Plan/California WaterFix Partially Recirculated Draft Environmental Impact Report/ Supplemental Draft Environmental Impact Statement, Delta Stewardship Council, Sacramento, CA, 20 pp., September 2015. 87. Delta Independent Science Board, Flows and Fishes in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta: Research Needs in Support of Adaptive Management, Delta Stewardship Council, Sacramento, CA, 37 pp., September 2015. 86. Hanak, E., J. Mount, C. Chappelle, J. Lund, J. Medellín-Azuara, P. Moyle, and N. Seavy, What If California’s Drought Continues?, 20 pp., PPIC Water Policy Center, San Francisco, CA, August 2015. 85. Hanak, E., J. Mount, C. Chappelle, J. Lund, J. Medellín-Azuara, P. Moyle, and N. Seavy, What If California’s Drought Continues? Technical Appendix, 36 pp., PPIC Water Policy Center, San Francisco, CA, August 2015. 84. Howitt R, Medellín-Azuara J, MacEwan D, Lund J and Sumner D., “Economic Analysis of the 2015 Drought for California Agriculture.” Center for Watershed Sciences, UC Davis. 16 pp, August, 2015. 23 83. Lund, J., A. Munévar, A. Taghavi, M. Hall and A. Saracino, “Integrating storage in California’s changing water system,” Center for Watershed Sciences, UC Davis, 44 pp., November 2014. 82. Howitt, R.E., Medellin-Azuara, J., MacEwan, D., Lund, J.R. and Sumner, D.A. Economic Analysis of the 2014 Drought for California Agriculture. Center for Watershed Sciences, University of California, Davis, CA, 28pp. July 28, 2014. 81. Delta Independent Science Board, Review of the Draft BDCP EIR/EIS and Draft BDCP, Delta Stewardship Council, Sacramento, CA, 133 pp., May 2014. 80. Hanak, E., B. Gray, J. Lund, D. Mitchell, C. Chappelle, A. Fahland, K. Jessoe, J. MedellinAzuara, D. Misczynski, J. Nachbaur, and R. Suddeth, Paying for Water in California, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, 78 pp., March 2014. 79. Gray, B., D. Misczynski, E. Hanak, A. Fahlund, J. Lund, D. Mitchell, and J. Nachbaur, Paying for Water in California: Technical Appendix A: The Legal Framework, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, 49 pp., March 2014. 78. Hanak, E., C. Chappelle, K. Jessoe, J. Lund, J. Medellín-Azuara, D. Mitchell, and R. Suddeth, Paying for Water in California: Technical Appendix B: Estimates of Water Sector Expenditures, Revenues, and Needs, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, 36 pp., March 2014. 77. Freeman, E., C. Chappelle, E. Hanak, and J. Lund, Paying for Water in California: Technical Appendix E: Local Ballot Measures to Fund the Water System, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, 17 pp., March 2014. 76. Hanak, E., J. Lund, J. Durand, W. Fleenor, B. Gray, J. Medellín-Azuara , J. Mount, P. Moyle, C. Phillips, and B. Thompson, Stress Relief: Prescriptions for a Healthier Delta Ecosystem, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, 32 pp., April 2013. 75. Hanak, E., C. Phillips, J. Lund, J. Durand, J. Mount, and P. Moyle, Scientist and Stakeholder Views on the Delta Ecosystem, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, 108 pp., April 2013. 74. Gray, B., B. Thompson, E. Hanak, J. Lund, and J. Mount, Integrated Management of Delta Stressors: Institutional and Legal Options, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, 74 pp., April 2013. 73. Medellín-Azuara, J., J. Durand, W. Fleenor, E. Hanak, J. Lund, P. Moyle, and C. Phillips, Costs of Ecosystem Management Actions for the Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, 35 pp., April 2013. 72. Moyle, P., W. Bennett, J. Durand, W. Fleenor, B. Gray, E. Hanak, J. Lund, and J. Mount, Where the Wild Things Aren’t: Making the Delta a Better Place for Native Species, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, 55 pp., June 2012. 71. Mount, J., W. Bennett, J. Durand, W. Fleenor, E. Hanak, J. Lund, and P. Moyle, Aquatic Ecosystem Stressors in the Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, 24 pp., 2012. 70. Hanak, E., J. Lund, B. Thompson, W.B. Cutter, B. Gray, D. Houston, R. Howitt, K. Jessoe, G. Libecap, J. Medellín-Azuara, S. Olmstead, D. Sumner, D. Sunding, B. Thomas, and R. Wilkinson, Water and the California Economy, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, 30 pp., 2012. 69. Medellín-Azuara, J., E. Hanak, R. Howitt, and J. Lund, Transitions for the Delta Economy, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, 62 pp., 2012. 24 68. Harter, T., J. R. Lund, J. Darby, G. E. Fogg, R. Howitt, K. K. Jessoe, G. S. Pettygrove, J. F. Quinn, J. H. Viers, D. B. Boyle, H. E. Canada, N. DeLaMora, K. N. Dzurella, A. Fryjoff-Hung, A. D. Hollander, K. L. Honeycutt, M. W. Jenkins, V. B. Jensen, A. M. King, G. Kourakos, D. Liptzin, E. M. Lopez, M. M. Mayzelle, A. McNally, J. Medellin-Azuara, and T. S. Rosenstock. Addressing Nitrate in California's Drinking Water with a Focus on Tulare Lake Basin and Salinas Valley Groundwater. Report for the State Water Resources Control Board Report to the Legislature. Center for Watershed Sciences, University of California, Davis. 78 p., 2012. 67. Dzurella, K. N., J. Darby, N. De La Mora, A. Fryjoff-Hung, T. Harter, A. D. Hollander, R. Howitt, V. B. Jensen, K. Jessoe, A. M. King, J. Lund, J. Medellín-Azuara, G. S. Pettygrove, and T. S. Rosenstock. 2012. Nitrogen Source Reduction to Protect Groundwater. Technical Report 3 in Addressing Nitrate in California’s Drinking Water with a Focus on Tulare Lake Basin and Salinas Valley Groundwater. Report for the State Water Resources Control Board Report to the Legislature. University of California, Davis, Center for Watershed Sciences. 66. Honeycutt, K., H. Canada, M. W. Jenkins, and J .R. Lund. 2012. Alternative Water Supply Options for Nitrate Contamination. Technical Report 7 in Addressing Nitrate in California’s Drinking Water with a Focus on Tulare Lake Basin and Salinas Valley Groundwater. Report for the State Water Resources Control Board Report to the Legislature. University of California, Davis, Center for Watershed Sciences. 65. Canada, H., K. Honeycutt, K. Jessoe, M. W. Jenkins, and J. R. Lund. 2012. Regulatory and Funding Options for Nitrate Groundwater Contamination. Technical Report 8 in Addressing Nitrate in California’s Drinking Water with a Focus on Tulare Lake Basin and Salinas Valley Groundwater. Report for State Water Resources Control Board Report to the Legislature. University of California, Davis, Center for Watershed Sciences. 64. De Souza, S., J. Medellín-Azuara, N.Burley, J. Lund, and R. Howitt (2011), Guidelines for Preparing Economic Analysis for Water Recycling Projects, report prepared for the California State Water Resources Control Board, Sacramento, Center for Watershed Sciences, University of California, Davis, 47 pp. 63. Madani K. Lund, J. R., FERC Re-licensing and Climate Change, California Energy Commission, PIER Program, CEC-500-2005-195, 2010. 62. Fleenor, W.A, W. Bennett, P. Moyle, and J. Lund, On Developing prescriptions for freshwater flows to sustain desirable fishes in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences, Davis, CA, Submitted to the State Water Resources Control Board regarding flow criteria for the Delta necessary to protect public trust resources, February, 2010. 61. Lund, J.R., S.M. Scheierling, and G. Milne, Modeling for Watershed Management: A Practitioner’s Guide, Water Working Note No. 27, World Bank, Washington, DC, June 2010. 60. Hanak, E., J. Lund, A. Dinar, B. Gray, R. Howitt, J. Mount, P. Moyle, and B. Thompson, California Water Myths, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, Dec. 2009 59. Medellín-Azuara, J., C.R. Connell, K. Madani, J.R. Lund and R.E. Howitt, Water Management Adaptation with Climate Change, California Energy Commission, PIER Energy‐Related Environmental Research Program, CEC-500-2009-049-F, Sacramento, CA, 2009. 58. Medellin-Azuara, Josue, Mendoza-Espinosa, L.G., Lund, J.R., Waller, C. Howitt, R.E., Water Supply for Baja California: Economic-Engineering Analysis for Agricultural, Environmental and Urban Demands, A Report Prepared for the Border Affairs Unit of the California Environmental Protection Agency, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California Davis, January, 2009. 57. Harou , J.J. and J.R. Lund, Representing Groundwater in Water Management Models Applications to California, California Energy Commission, PIER Energy - Related Environmental Research Program, CEC-500-2008-092, Sacramento, CA, 2008. 25 56. Hanak, E. and J. Lund, Adapting California’s Water Management to Climate Change, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, November 2008. 55. Lund, J., E. Hanak, W. Fleenor, W. Bennett, R. Howitt, J. Mount, and P. Moyle, Comparing Futures for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, July 2008. 54. Hanak, E. and J. Lund, “Policy and Regulatory Challenges for the Delta,” Appendix A to Comparing Futures for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, August 2008. 53. Suddeth, R., J. Mount, and J. Lund, “Levee Decisions and Sustainability for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta,” Appendix B to Comparing Futures for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, August 2008. 52. Fleenor, W., E. Hanak, J. Lund, and J. Mount, “Delta Hydrodynamics and Water Quality with Future Conditions,” Appendix C to Comparing Futures for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, July 2008. 51. Bennett, W., E. Hanak, J. Lund, and P. Moyle, “An Expert Survey on the Viability of Delta Fish Populations,” Appendix E to Comparing Futures for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, August 2008. 50. Tanaka, S., C. Connell, K. Madani, J. Lund, and E. Hanak, “Economic Costs and Adaptations for Increasing Delta Outflows and Reducing or Ending Delta Exports,” Appendix F to Comparing Futures for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, July 2008. 49. Lund, J., “Peripheral Canal Design and Implementation Options,” Appendix G to Comparing Futures for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, July 2008. 48. Chen, W-H, K. Haunschild, and J. Lund, “Delta Drinking Water Quality and Treatment Costs,” Appendix H to Comparing Futures for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, August 2008. 47. Medellin, J, R. Howitt, and J. Lund, “Economic Effects on Agriculture of Water Export Salinity South of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta,” Appendix I to Comparing Futures for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, August 2008. 46. Lund, J., E. Hanak, W. Fleenor, W. Bennett, R. Howitt, J. Mount, and P. Moyle, “Decision Analysis of Delta Strategies,” Appendix J to Comparing Futures for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, CA, July 2008. 45. Madani, K. and J.R. Lund, Adaptability Of California’s High-Elevation Hydropower Generation To Climate Warming, Project Completion Report, California Energy Commission, Sacramento, CA, 36 pp., April 2007. 44. Jenkins, M.W., S.K. Tanaka, and J.R. Lund, DWR WRIMS/CALSIM II Database and Database Application Enhancements, final project completion report to California Department of Water Resources, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Davis, 19 August 2006. 43. Zhu, T., M.W. Jenkins, and J.R. Lund, Estimated Impacts of Climate Warming on California Water Availability under Twelve Future-Climate Scenarios, PIER Project Report CEC-500-200640, California Energy Commission, Sacramento, CA, April 2006. 42. Medellin, J., J. Harou, M. Olivares, J.R. Lund, R. Howitt, S. Tanaka, M. Jenkins, K. Madani, and T. Zhu, Climate Warming and Water Supply Management In California, White Paper CEC-500- 26 2005-195-SD, Climate Change Program, California Energy Commission, Sacramento, CA, February 2006. 41. Ford, D., L. Grober, T. Harmon J.R. Lund (Chair) and D. McKinney, Review Panel Report, San Joaquin River Valley CalSim II Model Review, CALFED Science Program – California Water and Environment Modeling Forum, Sacramento, CA, January 2006. 40. Lund, J.R., R. Tull, and K.T. Shum, A Strategic Analysis Framework for Managing Water in California, Report 2005-1, California Water and Environmental Modeling Forum, September 2005. 39. Ferreira, I.C., S.K. Tanaka, S.P. Hollinshead, and J.R. Lund, CALSIM II in California’s Water Community: Musing on a Model, Report to the California Bay Delta Authority Science Program, Sacramento, CA, January 2004. 38. Close, A., W.M. Hanemann, J.W. Labadie, D.P. Loucks (Chair), J.R. Lund, D.C. McKinney, and J.R. Stedinger, A Strategic Review of CALSIM II and its Use for Water Planning, Management, and Operations in Central California, Report to the California Bay Delta Authority Science Program, Sacramento, CA, December 2003. 37. Marques, G.F., M.W. Jenkins, and J.R. Lund, “Modeling of Friant Water Management And Groundwater,” Center for Environmental and Water Resources Engineering Report No. 03-2, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Davis, CA, 2003. 36. Lund, J.R., R.E. Howitt, M.W. Jenkins, T. Zhu, S.K. Tanaka, M. Pulido, M. Tauber, R. Ritzema, I. Ferreira, “Climate Warming and California’s Water Future,” Center for Environmental and Water Resources Engineering Report No. 03-1, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Davis, CA, http://cee.engr.ucdavis.edu/faculty/lund/CALVIN/, 2003. 35. Jenkins, M.W., A.J. Draper, J.R. Lund, R.E. Howitt, S.K. Tanaka, R. Ritzema, G.F. Marques, S.M. Msangi, B.D. Newlin, B.J. Van Lienden, M.D. Davis, and K.B. Ward, “Improving California Water Management: Optimizing Value and Flexibility,” Center for Environmental and Water Resources Engineering Report No. 01-1, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Davis, CA, http://cee.engr.ucdavis.edu/faculty/lund/CALVIN/, 2001. 34. Lund, J.R., “Report to the Honorable Judge Oliver Wanger, United States District Court, Eastern District of California, in the cases of CIV-F-97-6140-OWW and CIV-F-5261-OWW,” January 28, 2000. 33. Satkowski, R., J.R. Lund, H. Morel-Seytoux, A. Nelson, and T. Roefs, Protocols for Water and Environmental Modeling, Bay-Delta Modeling Forum, Richmond, CA, Report No. BDMF 20001, 38 pp, January 2000. 32. Howitt, R.E., J.R. Lund, K.W. Kirby, M.W. Jenkins, A.J. Draper, P.M. Grimes, M.D. Davis, K.B. Ward, B.D. Newlin, B.J. Van Lienden, J.L. Cordua, and S.M. Msangi, Integrated EconomicEngineering Analysis of California’s Future Water Supply, completion report to The California Resources Agency, Sacramento, CA, August 1999. 31. Kalman, O. and J.R. Lund, MTBE: Evaluation of Management Options for Water Supply and Ecosystem Impacts, in Health & Environmental Assessment of MTBE, Volume V, University of California Toxic Substances Research and Teaching Program, Davis, CA, November 1998. 30. Anex, R.P., J.R. Lund, and D.P.Y. Chang, Industrial Surface Coatings - Wood Furniture and Fixtures Emission Inventory Development, Project Completion Report to the California Air Resources Board, Contract No. 93-343, Sacramento, CA, June 1998. 29. Lund, J.R., M. Jenkins, and O. Kalman, Integrated Planning and Management for Urban Water Supplies Considering Multiple Uncertainties, University of California Water Resources Center No. 205, Davis, CA, May 1998. 27 28. Wilchfort, O., J.R. Lund, D. Lew, and D.M. Larson, An Economic Valuation of Stormwater Quality Improvement for Ballona Creek, California, Center for Environmental and Water Resources Engineering Report No. 97-2, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Davis, CA, May 1997. 27. Lew, D., O. Wilchfort, J.R. Lund, D.M. Larson, and R.P. Anex, Approaches to Economic Valuation of Changes in Receiving Water Quality: A Critical Review, Final Report for the Environmental Program, California Department of Transportation, Sacramento, CA, Nov. 1996. 26. Murk, N. and J.R. Lund, Application of HEC-PRM for Seasonal Reservoir Operation of the Columbia River System, Technical Report RD-43, Hydrologic Engineering Center, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Davis, CA, June 1996. 25. Lund, J.R. and J. Guzman, Developing Seasonal and Long-term Reservoir System Operation Plans using HEC-PRM, Technical Report RD-40, Hydrologic Engineering Center, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Davis, CA, June 1996. 24. Lund, J.R., Sedimentation and Control Depth Uncertainty: Quantification for Risk Analysis of Maintenance Dredging, Project Completion Report for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Institute for Water Resources, Alexandria, VA, February 1996. 23. Lund, J.R. and K.W. Kirby, Preliminary Operating Rules for the Columbia River System from HEC-PRM Results, Technical Report No. PR-26, Hydrologic Engineering Center, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Davis, CA, June 1995. 22. Anex, R.P. and J.R. Lund, Household Hazardous Waste Management: Qualitative Assessment of Alternative Policies, Center for Environmental and Water Resources Engineering Report No. 942, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Davis, CA, November 1994. 21. Brumbaugh, R., W. Werick, W. Teitz, and J. Lund, Lessons Learned from the California Drought (1987-1992): Executive Summary, IWR Report 94-NDS-6, Institute for Water Resources, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Alexandria, VA, October 1994. 20. Ferreira, I.C.L. and J.R. Lund, Operating Rules from HEC-PRM Results for the Missouri River System: Development and Preliminary Testing, Technical Report No. PR-22, Hydrologic Engineering Center, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Davis, CA, May 1994. 19. USACE, Columbia River Reservoir System Analysis: Phase II, Technical Report No. PR-21, Hydrologic Engineering Center, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Davis, CA, December 1993. (one of several authors) 18. M.R. Jensen and J.R. Lund, WATSUP: A Simulation Model for Water Supply Costs and Reliability, project completion report to the California Department of Water Resources, Sacramento, CA, June 1993. 17. Lund, J.R., Water Supply Facilities in California: Prospects and Problems for Delta Water Management, subcontractor project completion report to the Western Consortium for Public Health, Berkeley, CA (a contractor to U.S. EPA), 42 pp, May 1993. 16. Lund, J.R., one of 26 authors, Water Conservation at UC Davis, Center for Environmental and Water Resources Engineering Report No. 92-2, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Davis, CA, November 1992. 15. Lund, J.R., M. Israel, R. Kanazawa, Recent California Water Transfers: Emerging Options in Water Management, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Hydrologic Engineering Center Report No. RD-38 (December 1992) and UC Davis Center for Environmental and Water Resources Engineering Report No. 92-1, November 1992. 28 14. Lund, J.R., Developing Operation Plans from HEC Prescriptive Reservoir Model Results for the Missouri River System: Preliminary Results, Report No. PR-18, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Hydrologic Engineering Center, March 1992. 13. Israel, M. and J.R. Lund, Managing Existing Reservoirs to Meet New Challenges, Project completion report, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Hydrologic Engineering Center, Nov. 1991. 12. Lund, J.R. and R.D. Charney, Economic Optimization of Advance Maintenance Dredging II: An Application Guide and Demonstration, Phase II project report to U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Waterways Experiment Station, April 1991. 11. Moser, D.A., T. Denes, J.R. Lund, and K.I. Rubin, A Risk-Based Decision Support System for Maintenance Dredging: Stage 1 - Conceptual Design, Project completion report for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers New Orleans District, May 1990. 10. Lund, J.R., Economic Optimization of Advance Maintenance Dredging I: Optimization and Economic Theory, Phase I project report to U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Waterways Experiment Station, September 1989. 9. Lund, J.R., The Value and Depreciation of Existing Facilities: The Case of Reservoirs, Tech. Paper No. 126, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Hydrologic Engineering Center, April 1989. 8. Lund, J.R., Pricing Reallocated Reservoir Storage, Project Report for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Hydrologic Engineering Center, May 1988. 7. Lund, J.R., Reservoir Value and Depreciation, Project Report for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Hydrologic Engineering Center, April 1988. 6. Lund, J.R., Metering Utility Services: Theory and Water Supply Applications, Civil Engineering Ph.D. thesis and Water Resources Technical Report No. 103, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Washington, December 1986. 5. Lund, J.R., Regional Water Supply Development in South Sweden, Technical Report No. 3110, Department of Water Resources Engineering, University of Lund, Lund, Sweden, May 1986. 4. Lund, J.R. and R.N. Palmer, System Cooperation in Regional Water Supply Planning, Water Resources Series Technical Report No. 95, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Washington, July 1985. 3. Mar, B.W., D.P. Lettenmaier, R.R. Horner, J.S. Richey, R.N. Palmer, S.P. Millard, M.C. MacKenzie, S. Vega-Gonzalez, and J.R. Lund, Sampling Design for Aquatic Ecological Monitoring, EA-4302, Volumes 1-5, Electric Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, CA, 1985 2. Lettenmaier, D.P., R.N. Palmer, K.M. Leytham, J.R. Lund, and S.J. Burges, Strategies for Coping with Drought, Phase II, Project Report for the Electric Power Research Institute, December 1984. 1. Lund, J.R., Living Aboard as an Element of an Urban Landscape, M.A. thesis, Department of Geography, University of Washington, Seattle, August 1983. ______________________________________________________________________________________ Blog Posts/Essays CaliforniaWaterBlog.com – over 100 short essays and comments for a water policy and management audience, over 10,800 blog followers, as of May 2018 1. California’s Water Data Problems are Symptoms of Inchoate Science and Technical Activities, J. Lund, March 26, 2018 (republished by Water Deeply) 2. Despite Wet Weather, California Should Prepare for Drought Again, J. Lund, March 4, 2018 (republished by Water Deeply) 29 3. Drought Water Right Curtailment – Analysis, Transparency, and Limits, J. Lund, B. Lord, A. Tweet, W. Walker, C. Whittington, R. Thayer, J. Laird, Q. Hart, N. Santos, W. Fleenor, J. Pavicic, L. Adams, and B. Arnold, February 18, 2018 4. Ecological Incentives for Delta Water Exports, J. Lund and P. Moyle, January 24, 2018 5. Beginning of 2018 drought? – December 31, 2017, J. Lund, December 24, 2017 6. Nudging Progress on Funding for Safe Drinking Water, J. Lund, December 24, 2017 (republished by Water Deeply) 7. Duel Conveyance: Delta Tunnel Dilemmas, J. Lund, November 19, 2017 8. We hold our convenient truths to be self-evident – Dangerous ideas in California water, J. Lund, 27 August, 2017. 9. Reflections on Cadillac Desert, J. Lund, July 9, 2017 (republished by Capitol Weekly) 10. San Joaquin Valley Water Supplies - Unavoidable Variability and Uncertainty, Brad Arnold, Alvar Escriva-Bou, and Jay Lund, 2 July 2017. 11. Accounting for Water in the San Joaquin Valley, B. Arnold, A. Escriva-Bou, J. Lund, and E. Hanak, April 16, 2017. 12. California’s drought and floods are over and just beginning, J. Lund, April 9, 2017. (republished by Water Deeply) 13. Pumping out the Inland Sea – Delta exports in a time of plenty, J. Lund, March 26, 2017. 14. California’s Floods of 2017, so far, J. Lund, February 26, 2017. (republished by Water Deeply) 15. California’s Wettest Drought? – 2017, J. Lund, February 5, 2017. 16. Indicators of a drought ending in northern California, J. Lund, January 15, 2017. 17. Tails of California’s Drought, J. Lund, January 10, 2017. 18. Out With the Old Drought and In With the New?, J. Lund, December 28, 2016. 19. How engineers see the water glass in California, J. Lund, December 5, 2016. 20. The Coming Droughts of California in 2017 – November 27, 2016, J. Lund.(republished by Water Deeply) 21. Water is for fighting over? – a review of John Fleck’s recent book, J.R. Lund, October 17, 2016. 22. Comparing Delta Consumptive Use: Preliminary Results from a Blind Model Comparison, J. Medellín-Azuara, K.T. Paw U, Y. Jin, Q. Hart, E. Kent, J. Clay, A. Wong, A. Bell, M. Anderson, D. Howes, F. Melton, T. Kadir, M. Orang, M.M. Leinfelder-Miles, J.A. Morande, W. Li, and J.R. Lund, October 9, 2016. 23. Drought Prospects in California for the New 2017 Water Year – October 1, 2016, October 3, 2016, J.R. Lund 24. How much water was pumped from the Delta’s Banks Pumping Plant? A mystery. September 26, 2016, J.R. Lund 25. Economic Analysis of the 2016 California Drought for Agriculture, August 15, 2016, J. MedellínAzuara, D. MacEwan, R. E. Howitt, D.A. Sumner, and J.R. Lund 26. Better accounting begets better water management, July 24, 2016, J. Lund 27. How bad is water management in California?, June 26, 2016, J. Lund 28. Water and salt exports from the Delta – A tale of two plots, May 29, 2016, J. Lund and W. Fleenor 29. Inevitable Changes to Water in California, May 8, 2016, J. Lund 30. The Collapse of Water Exports – Los Angeles, 1914, May 1, 2016, J. Lund 31. California’s Delta-Groundwater Nexus: Delta Effects of Ending Central Valley Overdraft?, April 17, 2016, Timothy Nelson, Heidi Chou, Prudentia Zikalala, Jay Lund, Rui Hui, and Josué Medellín–Azuara 32. ENSO the Wet Season Ends (almost) – March 31, 2011, April 3, 2016, Jay Lund 33. Using Game Theory To Encourage Cooperation in Levee System Planning, March 13, 2016, R. Hui and J. Lund 34. Let people pay what water is worth – Sell your conserved water, March 6, 2016, J. Lund 35. ENSO the Drought Strikes Back! The 2016 Drought so far – March 1, February 28, 2016, Jay Lund 36. You Can’t Always Get What You Want – A Mick Jagger Theory of Drought Management, February 21, 2016, Jay Lund 37. ENSO it’s raining. The 2016 Drought so far – February 1, January 31, 2016, Jay Lund 38. ENSO it Begins? The 2016 Drought – so far – January 3, January 31, 2016, Jay Lund 30 39. The Earth is Falling! – Land Subsidence and Water Management in California, December 27, 2015, Jay Lund, Thomas Harter, Rob Gaily, Rick Frank, and Graham Fogg 40. Comments to SWRCB: Regulation for Measuring and Reporting Water Diversion, December 16, 2015, H. McCann, E. Blanco, A. Escriva-Bou, E. Hanak, J. Lund, B. Magnuson-Skeels, A. Tweet 41. Improving mandatory State cutbacks of urban water use for a 5th year of drought, Dec. 13, 2015, J. Lund 42. Water conservation for the birds, October 6, 2015, Jay Lund 43. The banality of California’s ‘1,200-year’ drought, September 23, 2015, Jay Lund 44. How research programs stack up — a photo essay, September 21, 2015, Jay Lund 45. For a change in Delta perspective, move a few feet, September 9, 2015, Jay Lund 46. Drought bites harder, but agriculture remains robust, August 18, 2015, Howitt, R. D. MacEwan, J. Medellín- Azuara and J. Lund 47. Drought killing farm jobs even as they grow. June 8, 2015, Medellín-Azuara J., R. Howitt, D. MacEwan, D. Sumner and J. Lund 48. Harsher drought impacts forecast for California agriculture, June 2, 2015, R. Howitt, D. MacEwan, J. Medellín-Azuara, J. Lund and D. Sumner 49. Ten ways the feds can help ease drought in the West, May 27, 2015, Hanak, H., J. Mount, C. Chappelle, R. Frank, J. Lund, P. Moyle, G. Gartrell, B. Gray, and B. Thompson 50. Keeping accounts for groundwater sustainability, May 10, 2015, R. Gailey, G. Fogg, T. Harter, J. Lund, H. Dahlke, R. Frank, T. Ginn, R. Howitt, M. Jenkins, B. Magnuson, J. Medellín-Azuara, and S. Sandoval Solis 51. Water rationing and California’s drought, May 3, 2015, J. Lund 52. Jobs per drop irrigating California crops. April 28, 2015, Medellín-Azuara J., J. Lund and R. Howitt 53. Dollars and drops per California crop, April 14, 2015, J. Medellín-Azuara and J. Lund 54. The California Drought of 2015: A preview, March 30, 2015, J. Lund 55. Water giveaways during a drought invite conflict, March 23, 2015, J. Lund 56. Creating effective groundwater sustainability plans, March 4, 2015, J. Lund, T. Harter, R. Gailey, G. Fogg, R. Frank, H. Dahlke, T. Ginn, S. Sandoval Solis, T., A. Fisher, R. Langridge, J. Viers, T. Harmon, P. Holden, A. Keller, M. Kiparsky, T. Greene, S. Mehl, J. Gurdak, S. Gorelick, and R. Knight 57. The California Drought of 2015: March, February 28, 2015, J. Lund and P. Moyle 58. Dutch lessons on levee design and prioritization for California, February 26, 2015, J. Lund 59. The romance of rain barrels, February 8, 2015, J. Lund 60. The California Drought of 2015: February, February 4, 2015, J. Lund 61. Demystifying mist as a source of water supply, January 26, 2015, J. Lund 62. The California Drought of 2015: January, January 5, 2015, J. Lund 63. New environmentalism needed for California water 9 Dec. 2014, J. Lund. 64. Shaping water storage in California 20 November 2014, J. Lund, M. Hall and A. Saracino 65. Modernizing drought water allocations 16 Oct. 2014, E. Hanak, J. Mount, J. Lund, G. Gartrell, B. Gray, R. Frank and P. Moyle 66. Groundwater reform more important than water bond 27 Aug.2014, J. Lund and T. Harter 67. Why utilities shy from mandatory water saving during a drought 30 July 2014, J Lund 68. Weathering the drought by drawing down the bank 15 July 2014, R. Howitt, J. Medellín-Azuara, D. MacEwan and J. Lund 69. Challenging myth and mirage in California’s drought 10 July 2014, J. Lund, J. Mount, and E. Hanak 70. Could California weather a mega-drought? 29 June 2014, J. Lund 71. Will California’s drought extend into 2015? 15 June 2014, J. Lund and J. Mount 72. Should California expand reservoir capacity by removing sediment? 9 June 2014, J. Lund 73. Beyond bonds: Funding the governor’s Water Action Plan 5 June 2014, E. Hanak, B. Gray, J. Lund, D. Mitchell, C. Chappelle, E. Freeman, D. Misczynski, and J. Nachbau 74. Is shorting fish of water during drought good for water users? 3 June 2014, J. Lund and P. Moyle 75. Why California’s agriculture needs groundwater management 26 May 2014, J. Lund, J. MedellínAzuara and T. Harter 76. Severe drought impacts to Central Valley agriculture forecast this year 19 May 2014, R. Howitt, J. Medellín-Azuara, D. MacEwan and J. Lund 77. A cheat sheet on the California drought 24 April 2014, J. Lund 78. UC Drought Summit, April 25: Managing water scarcity in California 14 April 2014, J. Lund 31 79. Drought’s No. 1 lesson: Modernize water management 9 April 2014, J. Mount, E. Hanak, B. Cain, C. Chappelle, R. Frank, B. Gray, R. Howitt, K. Jessoe, J. Lund, J. Medellín-Azuara, P. Moyle, L. Szeptycki and B. Thompson 80. Funding sustainable groundwater management in California 3 April 2014, E. Hanak, E. Freeman, C. Chappelle, B. Gray, J. Lund, D. Misczynski, J. Medellín-Azuara, D. Mitchell, J. Mount, J. Nachbaur, R. Suddeth, B. Thompson 81. Funding water services in California 13 March 2014, E. Hanak, B. Gray, J. Lund, D. Mitchell, C. Chappelle, A. Fahlund, K. Jessoe, J. Medellín-Azuara, D. Misczynski, J. Nachbaur and R. Suddeth 82. Virtual Water vs. Real Water in California 27 February 2014, J. Lund 83. Why give away fish flows for free during a drought? 11 February 2014, J. Lund, E. Hanak, B. Thompson, B. Grey, J. Mount, and K. Jessoe 84. The ultimate California water cheat sheet 29 January 2014, J. Lund 85. California droughts precipitate innovation 21 January 2014, J. Lund 86. Resistance is futile: Inevitable changes to water management in California 7 January 2014, J. Lund and E. Hanak 87. Groundwater and climate change in California 9 Oct. 2013, A. Fisher, G. Fogg, J. Viers, J. Lund, R. Langridge and P. Holden 88. Major gift endorses UC Davis’ multidisciplinary engagement with California’s water problems 19 Sept. 2013, J. Lund 89. Project HOBBES: Assembling water models from the data up 31 July 2013, S. Sandoval Solis, J. Medellín-Azuara and J. Lund 90. New environmentalism needed for California water 1 July 2013, J. Lund 91. The Delta won’t rise again 17 June 2013, J. Lund 92. Jerry Orlob: legendary mentor for California water engineers 16 April 2013, J. Lund 93. California’s groundwater problems and prospects 30 Jan. 2013, J. Lund and T. Harter 94. Climate change and California water – past, present and future 13 Jan. 2013, J. Lund 95. How engineers see the water glass in California 6 Dec. 2012, J. Lund 96. Restoring Hetch Hetchy Valley 11 Sept. 2012, J. Lund 97. California Water: The Great Remodeling Project 25 July 2012, J. Lund 98. Reconciling wild things with tamed places – a future for native fish species in the Delta 15 June 2012, P. Moyle, W. Bennett, J. Durand, W. Fleenor, J. Lund, J. Mount, E. Hanak, B. Gray 99. Water and California’s Economy 30 May 2012, E. Hanak, J. Lund, B. Thompson 100. Wild Things and the Delta 10 May 2012, J. Lund and P. Moyle 101. Some springtime reading on California water 2 May 2012, J. Lund 102. Can solid flood planning improve all California water planning? 27 March 2012, J. Lund 103. Growing costs and concern for drinking water in Tulare Basin and Salinas Valley 12 Mar. 2012, T. Harter and J. Lund 104. Expanding water storage capacity in California 22 Feb 2012, J. Lund 105. Insights for California water policy from computer modeling 9 Feb. 2012, J. Lund 106. Extinction is a sustainable condition, 2 Feb. 2012, J. Lund 107. Some curious things about water management 18 Jan. 2012, J. Lund 108. Whither the Delta economy? 1 Jan. 2012, J. Medellín-Azuara, R. Howitt, J. Lund, E. Hanak 109. Israel’s Delta – The Hula Valley 14 Dec. 2011, J. Lund 110. Has human water use peaked in California? 6 Dec. 2011, J. Lund and E. Hanak 111. Multiple stressors – funding the Delta like a public sewer 9 Nov. 2011, J. Lund 112. Boldly approach the Delta’s future 19 October 2011, J. Lund and E. Hanak 113. Water Storage in California 13 September 2011, J. Lund 114. Can Sacramento Valley reservoirs adapt to flooding with a warmer climate? 18 August 2011, J. Lund and A. Willis 115. Adaptive management means never having to say you’re sorry J. Lund, E. Hanak, B. Gray, 21 July 2011 116. Managing for multiple stressors in the Delta 7 July 2011, E. Hanak, J. Lund, P. Moyle, J. Mount, B. Gray and B.Thompson 117. Woodman, spare that levee? J. Lund, 30 June 2011 32 118. No going back for the Delta, but which way forward? J. Lund, P. Moyle, E. Hanak, J. Mount, 22 June 2011 119. Can California further reduce urban water use? J. Lund and R. Cahill, 8 June 2011 120. The Delta, in 3-D J. Lund, 19 April 2011 121. What if the worst drought hit California today? April 12, 2011 122. Stressed Out—Dealing with the Delta’s non-native landscape , Jay Lund, Peter Moyle, Jeffrey Mount, Ellen Hanak, William Fleenor, April 6, 2011 123. Taking agricultural conservation seriously 15 March 2011 124. Sea level rise and Delta subsidence—the demise of subsided Delta islands 9 March 2011, J. Lund 125. What’s next for California water? 23 February 2011, J. Lund 126. Delta “chicken” – A tragedy 15 February 2011, J. Lund ______________________________________________________________________________________ Classes Taught Undergraduate Classes Deterministic Optimization and Design Water Resources Simulation Water Resources Engineering Planning Hydraulic Engineering Hydraulic Engineering Laboratory Engineering Hydrology Coastal Engineering Civil Engineering Planning Freshmen Honors Seminar – Privatization Freshmen Seminar – Great Engineers and Engineering Graduate Classes Water Resources Management Water Resources Systems Engineering Probabilistic Design and Optimization Infrastructure Economics Advanced Water Resources Management Water Resources Planning Laboratory Integrated Solid Waste Management California Water Policy Seminars Hydro-economic modeling and Reservoir operating rule theory (Tsinghua University, Dalian University of Technology, North China Electric Power University, China) Water System Economics (Valencia Polytechnic University, Spain) Strategic Planning for Water Demand Management (Jordan University of Science & Technology) ______________________________________________________________________________________ Graduate Students Completed (30 PhD and 101 Masters, 12 faculty at research universities) 2018 Alessia Siclari Melshor, PhD, “Hydro-Economic Modeling of Flood Bypasses,” Davis, CA. Robert M. Gailey, PhD, "Approaches for Groundwater Management in Times of Depletion and Regulatory Change", consulting engineer, Berkeley, CA. Bradley Arnold, MS, “Probabilistic Optimization Model for Allocating Regulated Groundwater Supplies to Agricultural Water Management Districts in California,” senior engineer, Santa Clara Valley Water District, CA. 2017 Tariq Kadir, PhD, “Coupled Reservoir Operation and Integrated Hydrologic Simulation Modeling of the SWP and CVP Systems in California with Dynamic Hydrology Adjustment,” Senior Engineer, California Department of Water Resources, Sacramento, CA. 33 Fandi P. Nurzaman, MS, “Irrigation Management in the Western States,” National Planner for Water Resources and Irrigation, Indonesian Ministry of National Development Planning, Jakarta, Indonesia. Wesley Walker, MS, “Drought Water Right Allocation Tool Applied to the San Joaquin River Basin,” engineer, MBK and Associates, Sacramento, CA. Nadya Alexander Sanchez, MS, “Changes in Evapotranspiration of Agricultural Crops in Kern County during the 2014-2015 Drought Years,” PhD student, UC Davis. Elaheh “Ellie” White, MS, “Predicting Unimpaired Flow in Ungauged Basins: ‘Random Forests’ Applied to California Streams,” PhD Student, UC Davis. Angela Kwon, MS (Hydrologic Sciences), “Declining Groundwater Level Effects on Supply Well Operations,” hydrologic scientist, State Water Resources Control Board, Sacramento, CA. Julia Pavicic, MS, “Uncertainty in Water Rights Analysis: Overpromising vs. Over Curtailing,” engineer, West-Yost and Associates, Davis, CA. 2016 Bonnie Magnuson-Skeels, MS (Geography), “Using Machine Learning to Predict Natural Flow: The Sacramento Watershed under Dry Conditions,” Data Scientist, Samba TV, San Francisco, CA. Chad Whittington, MS, "Russian River Drought Water Right Allocation Tool (DWRAT)," engineer, CH2M-Hill, Sacramento, CA. Ian Buck, MS, "Managing to End Groundwater Overdraft in California’s Central Valley with Climate Change," engineer, Stantec, Sacramento, CA. Andrew Tweet, MS, "Water Right Curtailment Analysis for California’s Sacramento River: Effects of Return Flows," engineer, Westech Engineering, Salem, OR. 2015 Alvar Escriva-Bou, PhD, Universitat Politecnica de Valencia (Spain), "The Water-Energy Nexus: a bottom-up approach for basin-wide management" (co-advisor with Manuel Pulido-Velazquez), Research Fellow, Water Policy Center, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, California. Mustafa Dogan, MS, “Integrated Water Operations in California: Hydropower, Overdraft, and Climate Change,” PhD student, University of California - Davis, CA. Benjamin Lord, MS, “Water rights curtailments for drought in California: Method and Eel River Application,” engineer, RTI, Chapel Hill, NC. Dakari Barksdale, MS, “Estimating Financial Sustainability for Developed Land Water Utility Supply,” engineer, West-Yost and Associates, Davis, CA. Eric Mork, MS, “Urban Conjunctive Use – A Proof of Concept and Case Study,” engineer, WEST Consultants, Folsom, CA. Karandev Singh, MS, “Central Valley Refuge Management under Non-stationary Climatic and Management Conditions,” engineer, California Department of Water Resources, Sacramento, CA. 2014 Robyn Suddeth, PhD, Hydrologic Science, “Multi-Objective Analysis for Ecosystem Reconciliation on an Engineered Floodplain: California’s Central Valley Yolo Bypass,” water resources scientist, Environmental Defense Fund, Sacramento, California. Erik Porse, PhD, “Old Solutions and New Problems: On the Evolution of Urban Water Infrastructure and Environments,” professional researcher, Institute of the Environment and Sustainability, UCLA, Los Angeles, California and Office of Water Programs, Sacramento State University, Sacramento. Rui Hui, PhD., “Optimal Design of Levee and Flood Control Systems,” Professional Researcher, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ. 34 Tim Nelson, MS, “Using the Updated CALVIN Model to Develop Optimized Reservoir Operations for the Sacramento Valley,” James Connaughton, MS, “Sacramento Valley Integrated Reservoir Optimization Model: Flood Control Linear Program,” engineer, East Bay Municipal Utility District, Oakland, CA. Romain Maendly, MS, “Flood Risk Analysis in the Lower San Joaquin River System,” engineer, California Department of Water Resources, Sacramento, California. Laila Kasuri, MS, “Modelling for Ecosystem Restoration Hydrodynamic Modelling of the Yolo Bypass Using HEC-RAS,” engineer, World Bank, Washington, DC. 2013 Christina Buck, PhD, Hydrologic Science, “Managing Groundwater for Environmental Stream Temperature,” Assistant Director, Butte County Department of Water and Resource Conservation, California. John Hickey, PhD, “Improving Reservoir Management from an Ecological Perspective,” Hydraulic Engineer, US Army Corps of Engineers, Hydrologic Engineering Center, Davis, CA. Rachel E. Ragatz, MS, “California’s water futures: How water conservation and varying Delta exports affect water supply in the face of climate change,” Davis, CA. Prudentia Zikalala, MS, “Groundwater Management in Central Valley California: Updating Representation of Groundwater in CALVIN Water Management Model and Study of How Groundwater Systems Change in Response to Pumping,” PhD student in Hydrologic Sciences, University of California – Davis. Rui Hui, MS, “Flood Storage Allocation Rules for Parallel Reservoirs,” Professional Researcher, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ. Kevin How, MS, “Energy post-processor development for California Wholesale Water Operations.” Christy Jones, MS, “Application of Optimization Modeling to Examine the Benefits of Expanding the Sacramento River Watershed Bypass System,” Deputy Director for Statewide Emergency Preparedness and Security, California Department of Water Resources, Sacramento, CA. Aimee Kindel, MS, “Development of a Folsom Reservoir Release Rule Using Flow Forecasts,” Engineer, HDR, Sacramento, CA. Lyndsey Croghan, MS, “Economic Model for Optimal Flood Risk Transfer,” Engineer, US Army Corps of Engineers Hydrologic Engineering Center, Davis, CA. Keith Gellerman, MS, “Economic Feasibility of Desalination in California,” consulting engineer, Sacramento, CA. Michelle Lent, MS Hydrologic Sciences, “Regional Groundwater Banking and Water Reuse Potential in the San Francisco Bay Area Water Supply System,” hydropower scheduler, Pacific Gas and Electric, San Francisco, CA. David Julian, MS, “Environmental Alteration Analysis of a Large System of Reservoirs: Application to the Connecticut River Watershed,” engineer, CH2M-Hill, Sacramento, CA. 2012 Holly Canada, MS, “Risk analysis of point of use treatment for nitrates in drinking water,” engineer, David Ford and Associates, Sacramento, CA. Heidi Chou, MS, “Groundwater Overdraft in California’s Central Valley: Updated CALVIN Modeling Using Recent CVHM and C2VSIM Representations,” engineer, East Bay Municipal Utility District, Oakland, CA. Lucas Siegfried, MS, “Physically Based Modeling of Delta Island Consumptive Use: A case study of Fabian Tract and Staten Island,” PhD student in Civil and Environmental Engineering, UC Davis. 35 Licheng Dong, MS, “Flood operation rules for a single reservoir,” engineer, Ningbo, China. 2011 Patrick Ji, PhD, “Reservoir Re-operation, Risk, and Levee Failure Analysis: Mokelumne River Case,” engineer, City of Sacramento, California. David E. Rheinheimer, PhD, “Modeling Multi-Reservoir Hydropower Systems in the Sierra Nevada with Environmental Requirements and Climate Warming,” Researcher, University of Massachusetts – Amherst, MA. Eleanor Bartolomeo, MS, “Economic Responses to Water Scarcity in Southern California,” engineer, Environmental Science Associates (ESA), Seattle, CA. William Sicke, MS, “Economic Adaptation of San Francisco Bay Area Water Supplies to Climate Change,” engineer, David Ford and Associates, Sacramento, CA. Scott Ligare, MS, “Changes to Whitewater Recreation in California’s Sierra Nevada from Regional Climate Warming,” engineer, State Water Resources Control Board, Sacramento, CA. Sachi De Souza, MS, “Evaluating Water Recycling in California,” environmental engineer, Australia. Kevin Fung, MS, “Assessment of Channel Routing for WRIMS CalLite Application: North of the Sacramento Delta,” engineer, East Bay Municipal Utility District, Oakland, CA. Katherine M. Maher, MS, "Potential Use of Real-time Information for Flood Operation Rules for Folsom Reservoir," engineer, GEI consulting, Sacramento, CA Kristin (Honeycutt) Sicke, MS, “Alternative Water Supply Options for Nitrate Contamination in California’s Tulare and Salinas Groundwater Basins,” Assistant Director, Yolo County Flood Control and Water Conservation District, Woodland, CA. Nathan R. Burley, MS, “Reducing Flood Storage Space at Reservoirs: A Benefit Cost Analysis for the Mokelumne River System, California,” engineer, California Department of Water Resources, Sacramento, CA. Ryan J. Cahill, MS, “Household Water Use and Conservation Models using Monte Carlo Techniques for the East Bay Municipal Utility District,” engineer, US Army Corps of Engineers, Portland, OR. 2010 Matthew Bates, MS, “Energy Use in California Wholesale Water Operations: Development and Application of a General Energy Post-Processor for California Water Management Models,” engineer, US Army Engineer Research and Development Center, Risk and Decision Science Focus Area, Concord, MA. Natalie (Ergish) King, MS, "Flood Frequency Analysis for Regulated Watersheds," engineer, David Ford and Associates, Sacramento, CA. Daphne Korthamar, MS, “Evaluating Cargill Saltworks Water Supply Alternatives in Redwood City, CA,” engineer, California Public Utilities Commission, San Francisco, CA. 2009 Kaveh Madani, PhD, "Climate Change Effects on High-Elevation Hydropower System in California," Reader in Systems Analysis and Policy at the Centre for Environmental Policy, Imperial College London, UK; former Deputy Head, Iranian Department of Environment. (ASCE Huber Prize winner 2017) Christina Buck (Connell), MS Hydrologic Science, “Bring the Heat, but Hope for Rain – Adapting to Climate Warming in California,” Assistant Director, Butte County Department of Water and Conservation, California. Cherry Zamora, MA Geography, “Estimating the Benefits of Forest Conservation on Pollutant Loading and Water Quality at the Late Tahoe Basin using GIS,” environmental scientist, Sacramento, CA. 36 Angela M. Carmi-Duren, MS Hydrologic Science, “A Characterization of the Non-Analytical Solution of the Downstream Control Operating Rule in HECResSim,” hydrologist, US Army Corps of Engineers, Portland, OR. Woodrow Fields, MS, “Reservoir Operations for Improving Establishment of Riparian Vegetation,” engineer, US Army Corps of Engineers Hydrologic Engineering Center, Davis, CA. 2008 David E. Rosenberg, PhD, "Integrated Water Management and Modeling at Multiple Spatial Scales," Associate Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Utah State University, Logan, UT. Marcelo A. Olivares, PhD, “Optimal Hydropower Reservoir Operation with Environmental Requirements,” Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Chile, Santiago, Chile. Sarah Null, PhD Geography, “Improving Managed Environmental Water Use Efficiency: Shasta River Flow and Temperature Modeling,” Associate Professor of Watershed Sciences, Utah State University, Logan, UT. Dana Woodall (Progar), MS/MBA, “Integrating Dutch Flood Policy Innovations into California Flood Policy,” officer, US Coast Guard, Seattle, WA. Rhodora Biagtan, MS/MBA, “Economic Evaluation for Water Recycling In Urban Areas of California,” Principal Engineer, Dublin-San Ramon Services District, CA. Rachael Hersh-Burdick, MS, “Effects of Groundwater Management Strategies on the Greater Sacramento Area Water Supply,” engineer, US Army Corps of Engineers, Sacramento. Ann Willis (Fissekis), MS, “Climate Change Effects on the Sacramento Basin’s Flood Control Projects,” engineer, Watercourse Engineering, Davis, CA. 2007 Stacy K. Tanaka, PhD, “Modeling to Improve Environmental System Management: Klamath River Thermal Refugia and the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta,” senior engineer, Watercourse Engineering, Davis, CA. Ines C.L. Ferreira, PhD, “Deriving Unit Cost Coefficients for Linear Programming-Driven PriorityBased Simulation,” Senior engineer, California Department of Water Resources, Sacramento, CA. Julien J. Harou, PhD, “Representing Groundwater in Hydro-economic Models,” Professor, Department of Mechanical, Aerospace, and Civil Engineering, University of Manchester, UK. Randi C. Field, MS, “Multi-Objective Optimization of Folsom Reservoir Operation,” engineer, Central Valley Project Operations, US Bureau of Reclamation, Sacramento, CA. Tomohide Tsukasaki, MS, “Energy and Cost Analysis of Rainwater Storage Tanks in Tokorozawa City, Saitama Prefecture, Japan,” engineer, Japan. 2006 Josué Medellin-Azuara, PhD Ecology, “Economic-Engineering Analysis of Water Management for Restoring the Colorado River Delta,” Associate Professor of Environmental Engineering, University of California - Merced. 2005 Matthew J. Brown, MS, “Priority Based Reservoir Optimization using Linear Programming: Application to Flood Operation of the Iowa/Des Moines River System,” Senior Project Manager, Wilson Water Group, Lakewood, CO. Sarah (Hollinshead) Sigman, MS, "Optimization of Environmental Water Account Purchases with Uncertainty," environmental lawyer, San Francisco, CA. 37 Lee Bergfeld, MS, “Conjunctive Use of Ground and Surface Waters for the Stony Creek Fan, California,” engineer, MBK Engineering, Sacramento, CA. 2004 Guilherme Marques, PhD, “Economic Representation of Agricultural Activities in Water Resources Systems Engineering,” Professor, Hydraulic Engineering, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, Brazil. Shumin Liang, PhD Geography, “Modeling Urban Growth in California’s Central Valley: A Neoclassic Economic Approach,” Professor, Institute of Agricultural Economics and Development, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Beijing, China. Tingju Zhu, PhD, “Climate Change and Water Resource Management: Adaptations for Flood Control and Water Supply,” Senior Scientist, International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, D.C. Matthew D. Davis, MS, “Comparative Environmental Risk Assessment of the Operation of Auckland City's Drainage System,” engineer, Auckland, NZ. Jeff Malinowski, MA Geography, “Water Supply and Prospects for Baja California,” Sacramento Fire Department, Sacramento, CA. 2003 Sarah E. Null, MA Geography, “Re-Assembling Hetch Hetchy: Water Supply Implications of Removing O'Shaughnessy Dam,” Associate Professor of Watershed Sciences, Utah State University, Logan, UT. Javier Paredes, MS, “Spill-Minimizing Rules for Parallel Reservoirs: Quantity and Quality,” Assistant Professor, Department of Hydraulics and Environmental Engineering, Universidad Politecnica de Valencia, Spain. David E. Rosenberg, MS-International Agricultural Development, "Derived Operating Rules for Storage and Recovery in Multiple, Unconnected Aquifers," and MS-Civil and Environmental Engineering "Simulation of Cooperative Water Supply and Flood Operations for Two Parallel Reservoirs on the Feather and Yuba Rivers, California," Associate Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Utah State University, Logan, UT. 2002 Manuel Pulido Velazquez, MS, "Conjunctive Use Opportunities in Southern California," Professor, Department of Hydraulics and Environmental Engineering and Director of IIAMA, Universidad Politecnica de Valencia, Spain. Roberto Garcia Alcubilla, MS, “Derived Willingness-to-Pay for Water: Effects of Probabilistic Rationing and Price,” engineer, Paris, France. Randall S. Ritzema, MS, "Water Management Strategies for the San Joaquin Valley and San Francisco Bay Area: an Engineering-Economic Optimization Study," International Livestock Research Institute, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. 2001 Andrew J. Draper, PhD, “Implicit Stochastic Optimization with Limited Foresight for Reservoir Systems,” Senior engineer, Montgomery-Watson-Harza, San Francisco, CA. Stacy Tanaka, MS, “Effects of Increased Delta Exports on Sacramento Valley's Economy and Water Management,” Senior engineer, Watercourse Engineering, Davis, CA. Pia Grimes, MS, “Urbanization and Water Supply in the San Joaquin Valley,” deceased. Mary Briant Jimenez, MS, “HEC-FDA Sensitivity and Uncertainty Analysis,” Senior Engineer, California Department of Water Resources, Folsom, CA. Mark R. Leu, MS, “Economics-Driven Simulation of the Friant Division of the Central Valley Project, California,” engineer, CH2M-Hill, Sacramento, CA. 38 Lisa A Maddaus, MS, “Effects of Metering on Residential Water Demand for Davis, California,” Senior Engineer, Maddaus Water Management Inc., Folsom, CA. Karen Sayer Bennett, MS, “Hydraulic and Hydrologic Analysis for Planning and Development of Ecosystem Restoration Projects,” project engineer, USAID, Kenya. 2000 Orit Kalman, PhD, “Stormwater Quality Management: Evaluation, Optimization, and Maintenance,” independent consultant, Davis, CA. Kenneth W. Kirby, PhD, “Modeling and Policy in Water Resources Management,” independent consultant, Davis, CA. Bradley D. Newlin, MS, “Southern California Water Markets: Potential and Limitations,” engineer, URS Corporation, PA. Brian Van Lienden, MS, “Spatial Complexity and Reservoir Optimization Results,” engineer, CH2MHill, Sacramento, CA. Allison Dvorak, MS Hydrologic Science, “Central Valley Groundwater Bank Operations: Hydrology, Groundwater Operating Rule, and System Operating Rule Effects on Yield,” hydrologist, State Water Project Contractors, Sacramento, CA. 1999 Dustin Jones, MS, “Modeling Flood Control in the Sacramento Valley using Linear Programming,” Supervising Engineer, Delta Stewardship Council, Sacramento, CA. Cameron Ackerman, MS, “Linking Geographic Information Systems (GIS) with Hydraulic Modeling using ARC/INFO and HEC-RAS,” engineer, Hydrologic Engineering Center, US Army Corps of Engineers, Davis, CA. 1998 Marion W. Jenkins, PhD, “Sanitation Promotion in Developing Countries: Why the Latrines of Benin are so Few and Far Between,” Lecturer, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and Associate Research Engineer (research professor), Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Davis. Catherine Crossett Avila, MS, “Managing Impacts of Gravel Mining on Bridges in California,” engineer, Avila and Associates Consulting Engineers, Inc., Walnut Creek, CA. Brian K. Currier, MS, “Evaluation of Stormwater Management Practices for Mountain Highway Applications,” engineer, Sacramento State University Stormwater Project, Sacramento, CA. Jason Needham, MS, “Linear Programming for Flood Control on the Iowa and Des Moines Rivers,” engineer, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Hydrologic Engineering Center, Davis, CA. 1996 Morris S. Israel, PhD, “Modeling Water Resources Management Institutions: An Application to the Truckee-Carson River System”, Tetratech, Washington, DC, former US Agency for International Development, La Paz, Bolivia. Anthony P. Pulokas, MS, “Analyzing Risk in a Reservoir System with Applications to Riparian Vegetation and Maintenance Drawdowns,” engineer, Hydrologics, Inc., Portland, OR. Nicole Murk, MS, “Application of HEC-PRM for Seasonal Reservoir Operation of the Columbia River System,” engineer, HDR, Phoenix, AZ. 1995 Robert P. Anex, PhD, “Systems and Economic Analysis of Municipal Solid and Hazardous Waste Management,” Professor, Department of Biological Systems Engineering, University of Wisconsin, Madison. 39 Michael E. Lindquist, MS, “Estimating Expected Annual Damage Based on Uncertain Estimators of the Contributing Random Variables,” engineer, City of Davis, Davis, CA. Orit Wilchfort (Kalman), MS, “A Shortage Management Model for Urban Water Supply Systems,” independent consultant, Davis, CA. 1994 Paul Hutton, PhD, “A Mathematical Framework for Predicting THM Formation Potential and Simulated Distribution System Concentrations in Drinking Water Sources,” Senior Engineer, Water Resource Management Group, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, Sacramento, CA. Mark R. Jensen, MS, “WATSUP: A Simulation Model for Water Supply Costs and Reliability,” hydraulic engineer, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Hydrologic Engineering Center, Davis, CA. Kenneth W. Kirby, MS, “Resolving Conflict over Reservoir Operation: A Role for Optimization and Simulation Modeling,” independent consultant, Davis, CA. Jeffrey A. Kuypers, MS, “Compost Modeling for Municipal Waste Management,” engineer, Phase Three Environmental Management, El Dorado Hills, CA. Kathy Petersen, MS Hydrologic Science, “An Evaluation of Sedimentation Mitigation at Hydropower Reservoirs,” hydropower supervisor, South Feather Water & Power, Oroville, CA. 1993 Michael L. Anderson, MS, “Stormwater Runoff from the City of Davis as a Water Source for the Proposed Davis Wetland,” consulting engineer, Sacramento, CA. Inês C.L. Ferreira, MS, “Development and Testing of Detailed Operating Rules for the Missouri River System from Deterministic Optimization Results,” Senior engineer, California Department of Water Resources, Sacramento, CA. Stephen McGoff, MS, “Risk-Based Analysis for Levee Design,” engineer, State of Nevada, Carson City, NV. Troy Nicolini, MS, “Flood-Runoff Analysis for a Basin with some Streamflow Gages: A Parameter Detective Story,” hydrologic engineer, National Weather Service, Arcata, CA. Laszlo Saska, MS, “MRFSIM: A Spreadsheet Program for Simulation of Material Recovery Facilities,” environmental engineer, Department of Health Services, Sacramento, CA. 1992 Doreen Brown Salazar, MS, “Water, Sanitation, and Disease Transmission,” Water and Sanitation Specialist, Office of Overseas Programming and Training Support, Peace Corps, Washington, DC. Jean Takeuchi, MS, “An Introduction to Low-Flow Hydrology,” engineer, San Jose, CA. 1991 James D. Englehardt, PhD, “Economic and Risk Analysis of Industrial Hazardous Waste Reduction,” Professor of Civil and Architectural Engineering, University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida. Marion W. Jenkins, MS, “Yolo County, California's Water Supply System: Conjunctive Use without Management,” Associate Research Engineer (professional researcher), Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Davis. 1990 James O. Anderson, MS, “Climate Change Impacts on Snowmelt Runoff,” environmental engineer, UNOCAL, Arroyo Grande, CA. Robert U. Reed, MS, “Transferable Allocations in Urban Water Management: Short and Long Term,” Principal, The Reed Group, Sacramento, CA. Maureen E. Sergent, MS, “Water Transfers: The Potential for Managing California's Limited Water Resources,” engineer, California Department of Water Resources, Sacramento, CA. 40 1989 Elizabeth S. Andrews, MS, “Simulation of Kern County, California's Conveyance System, Including Groundwater Recharge,” Program Manager, ESA-PWA, San Francisco, CA. Christopher S. Enright, MS, “Alternative Water District Organization and Efficient Water Allocation: Water Pricing and Water Transfer Policies,” Senior Engineer, Delta Science Program, Delta Stewardship Council, Sacramento, CA. ______________________________________________________________________________________ Consulting Clients US District Court, Eastern District of California, Fresno, CA World Bank, Washington, DC Hydrologic Engineering Center, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Davis, CA Institute for Water Resources, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Washington, DC US Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District National Risk Management Research Lab., U.S. Environmental Protection Agency California Department of Water Resources, Sacramento, CA CALFED Science Program, Sacramento, CA Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, Austin, TX Academy for Educational Development, Washington, DC Planning and Management Consultants, Inc., Carbondale, Illinois Western Consortium for Public Health, Berkeley, California El Dorado Irrigation District, California ______________________________________________________________________________________ Languages English (native), French (workable), some Swedish, very little Russian, occasional bursts of Pig Latin 41 ______________________________________________________________________________________ Major Leadership, Management, and Policy Experience Academic (UC Davis) Director, Center for Watershed Sciences, University of California, Davis 2009 - present, Associate Director 2007 – 2008, Co-Director 2008-2009, annual budget $6 million. Graduate Advisor, Environmental Policy and Management Graduate Group, 2016 – present. Chair, Committee to establish a Master of Science program in Environmental Policy and Management, 2004 – 2010 Vice-Chair and Graduate Advisor, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2002- 2004 Campus General Education Committee (Chair, Co-Chair, or Task Force Member), with accompanying membership on campus Undergraduate Council and campus Committee on Computing, 2002-2008 Committee Member, Campus Environment Initiative, actively helped revise and extend the campus Environment Initiative, 2000 Lead Coordinator, Review of Ecosystem Restoration Proposals for CALFED Bay-Delta Program, organized review of 140 full proposals over three months with about 300 reviewers and 50 panelists. About 75 proposals were allocated $104 million, 2000. Member, Network 21 Policy and Oversight Committee, committee oversaw rehabilitation and expansion of the campus’ computer network infrastructure, a $23 million project, 1994-1999 Chair, Sub-Committee on Finance of Operations and Maintenance for the Campus Network Infrastructure, developed multi-million dollar funding method for campus computer networks, 1996-97 Chair, Sub-Committee on Network Electronics, oversaw evaluation, recommendation, and presentation of major backbone electronics investments for the new campus network, 1997 Chair, Sub-Committee on Network Operations, developed first campus policies on network security, 1998 Graduate Advisor, Geography Graduate Group, helped rehabilitate the curriculum and graduate program for graduate geography after dissolution of the geography department, 1995-1998 Vice-Chair, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, 1995-96 Research Research advisor for about 12-17 graduate students annually since 1996 Lead organizer of a group of 7 core multi-disciplinary faculty and researchers and many students on California’s Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, over, 2006 – present, $2,000,000+ budget. Lead developer for large-scale optimization model of California’s water supply system, with coPIs Richard Howitt and Josue Medellin-Azuara, 30+ students, 2 post-docs, and $1,000,000+ budget, 1998 - present Leader of large six-investigator multi-disciplinary proposal to Caltrans for integrated environmental remediation analysis for Lake Tahoe basin stormwater quality, $200,000 Caltrans budget for proposal and background, $2.4 million proposal, 1998 Professional Past-Chair, Delta Independent Science Board, State of California Delta Stewardship Council, 2017-2019; Chair, 2015 – 2017; Chair-Elect, 2013-2015. Co-Chair, Delta Science Conference, Sacramento, CA, over 900 attendees, 2010 Expert Testimony for various California State Assembly and State Senate committees on various water issues related to climate change, California water infrastructure, Hetch Hetchy, and the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, 2003 - present Advisory Committee, California Water Plan Update, 1995 – 1998 and 2001 – 2006 Co-Chair, Committee on Long-term Analytical Tool and Data Development, California Water and Environmental Modeling Forum, results published as part of the California Water Plan Update 2005 Chair of CALFED Science peer-review panel for CalSim II model of San Joaquin Valley, 2005 42 Organizer and Member of CALFED Science peer-review panel for CalSim II model of CVP and SWP system, 2003 Special Technical Witness to US District Court Judge in Fresno, case concerned implementation of the federal Central Valley Improvement Act involving 800,000 acre ft./year of water; appointed by the court based on consensus of all parties, interviewed technical experts from all parties, and provided a technical report, extensive deposition, and testimony which became a major foundation for the judge’s ruling, 2000 Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, a bi-monthly journal with about eight active associate editors reviewing about 100 papers/year, 1997-2000 Associate Editor, Water Resources Research, AGU, 1990 - 1997 Past-Convener, Convener, Vice Convener, Bay-Delta Modeling Forum, a consensus-based professional organization with about 110 individual and 35 organizational members concerned with reducing technical conflict for California’s water problems, expanded activities and hired senior professional staff as Convener, 1995 – 1999 College Sports Commodore, University of Washington Yacht Club, 250 members, 6 part-time staff, 50 boats, complete shop, and $40,000/year budget, 1982-83 Vice Commodore, University of Washington Yacht Club, 12 volunteer instructors, 1981-82 Governing Board Member, University of Delaware Sailing Association, 80 members, 1978-79 Vice Commodore, University of Delaware Sailing Association, 1977-78 ______________________________________________________________________________________ Papers Submitted or in Revision for Refereed Journals Doyle, L., W. Fleenor, and J. Lund, “Modeling insights on effects of flooded island depth and configuration on phytoplankton production for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta,” San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science. Dogan, M., J. Lund, E. White, and Y. Yao, “Hourly Energy Prices in a Statewide Monthly Water System Model,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management. Escriva-Bou, A., J. Lund, M. Pulido-Velazquez, “Modeling the Water-Energy Nexus in California,” Environmental Modelling and Software. Dogan, M., I. Buck, and J. Lund, “Adaptations for Ending Groundwater Overdraft in California,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management. Khadem, M., C. Rougé1, J.J. Harou, K.M. Hansen, J. Medellin-Azuara, J.R. Lund, “Estimating the economic value of inter-annual reservoir storage in water resource systems,” Journal of the American Water Resources Association. Herman, J., M. Dogan, M. Fefer, Q. Hart, J. Merz, J. Medellin-Azuara, and J. Lund “An opensource Python implementation of California's hydroeconomic optimization model,” Environmental Modelling and Software. Gailey, R., J. Lund, and J. 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