Water Quality Control Plan (2006)

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Judge Frawley’s decision on South Delta salinity and Tracy discharge

My apologies for the lack of new posts here. I recently started working on a water-related project that I hope to share here in the future, but it will take some time to complete. In the meantime, I will try to catch up on news and be better about updating. Last month Judge Timothy Frawley … Continue reading

Challenges and opportunities for the San Joaquin explored at State Water Resources Control Board proceeding

Last week the State Water Resources Control Board held a two-day proceeding in Sacramento to gather information related to salinity and flow objectives for the San Joaquin River and southern Delta — generally, the portion of the Delta located south and west of Stockton (pictured in the map at right).  The format of the proceeding, … Continue reading

A brief overview of Lower San Joaquin River flow objectives

For about a decade, experimental studies have been conducted on the lower San Joaquin River as part of the Vernalis Adaptive Management Plan (VAMP).  The goal is to gather data about how changes to inflow and exports affect the survival of Chinook salmon smolts that migrate from the San Joaquin, through the Delta, and out to the Pacific Ocean.  … Continue reading

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