2 edition of Conference on sediment problems in California, Berkeley, California, November 26-27, 1956 found in the catalog.
Conference on sediment problems in California, Berkeley, California, November 26-27, 1956
University of California, Berkeley. Hydraulic Laboratory.
by Committee on Research in Water Resources, University of California in [Berkeley]
Written in English
|Other titles||Sediment problems in California.|
|Statement||Edited by H.A. Einstein and J.W. Johnson.|
|Contributions||Einstein, H. A. 1904- ed., Johnson, J. W. 1908- ed.|
|LC Classifications||QE581 .U65 1957|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 142 p.|
|Number of Pages||142|
|LC Control Number||57063015|
A long-debated water plan that could change the course—literally—of water in California, will be up for a vote by the State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) next month. Originally scheduled for November, the vote has been postponed until Decem per California Gov. Jerry Brown and Gov.-elect Gavin Newson’s request. The amendment establishes a sediment TMDL, expressed as percent of natural background sediment, and an implementation plan to achieve the TMDL and substantial habitat enhancement in channel reaches that provide habitat for coho salmon, steelhead, and/or California freshwater shrimp.
Silt-laden water spills over the top of Matilija Dam, operated by the Casitas Municipal Water District, near Ventura, California. Its reservoir is almost full of sediment. Bancroft Library at the University of California, Berkeley, and in other research collections for scholarly use. Because it is primary material, oral history is not intended to present the final, verified, or complete narrative of events. It is a spoken account, offered by the interviewee in.
Development of Sediment Quality Objectives for California Bays and Estuaries Scientific Steering Committee Conference Call Summary of Call and SSC Comments Call participants (SSC and project representatives) Peter Landrum (NOAA) Todd Bridges (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers) Bob Van Dolah (South Carolina Department of Natural Resources). The Sacramento River drains the northern half of California’s Central Valley and is the primary source of sediment to San Francisco Bay. In this paper, it is shown that the delivery of suspended-sediment from the Sacramento River to San Francisco Bay has decreased by about one-half during the period to Cited by:
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Einstein, H. (Hans Albert), Conference on sediment problems in California, Berkeley, California, November; proceedings. ([Berkeley]: Committee on Research in Water Resources, University of California, [?]), also by Berkeley.
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