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Can We Capture More Water in the Delta?

By Sarah Bardeen

Jan 17, 2023 ... While it's true that there are pumping restrictions right now to protect fish, the maximum the projects could be pumping is about 14,000 ...

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Adapting to a Water-Scarce California

By Ellen Hanak

Jan 9, 2023 ... And perhaps most troubling, freshwater ecosystems have endured a deepening crisis that's further harmed the state's struggling fish and ...

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Priorities for California’s Water

By Jeffrey Mount, Ellen Hanak, Sarah Bardeen, Alvar Escriva-Bou ...

Nov 30, 2022 ... Fish and wildlife populations that are in poor shape tend to be less resilient to increasing drought intensity, struggling to survive ...

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Solar Energy and Groundwater in the San Joaquin Valley

By Andrew Ayres, Annabelle Rosser, Ellen Hanak, Alvar Escriva-Bou ...

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife could lead such efforts and make approvals contingent on a set of pre-defined on-site activities to lower ...

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Beavers: The Unlikely Climate Hero

By Sarah Bardeen

Oct 24, 2022 ... The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) recently allocated money to support beaver restoration throughout the state, ...

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Storing Water for the Environment

By Sarah Null, Jeffrey Mount, Brian Gray, Kristen Dybala ...

This is best illustrated by its impacts on the conservation status of fishes. For example, of the 122 species of native freshwater fish found in California ...

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Policy Brief: Storing Water for the Environment

By Sarah Null, Jeffrey Mount, Brian Gray, Kristen Dybala ...

Water stored in reservoirs behind dams—especially cold water for fish like salmon and steelhead—is vital to conservation efforts and to avoid extinction of ...