Index to periodical literature on aspects of water in California.

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Water Resources Center, University of California , Berkeley
Hydrology -- California -- Bibliogr



StatementCompiled by Cynthia Barnes [and] Gerald J. Giefer. Project leader: J.W. Johnson.
SeriesUniversity of California. Water Resources Center Archives. Archives series report, no. 14
ContributionsGiefer, Gerald J., joint comp.
LC ClassificationsZ7935 .C3 no. 14
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 337 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5902329M
LC Control Number63063995

Genre/Form: Bibliography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Barnes, Cynthia. Index to periodical literature on aspects of water in California. Index to periodical literature on aspects of water in California.

By comp. Cynthia Barnes and joint comp. Gerald J. Giefer. Berkeley, Water Resources Center, University of California. Introduction to Water in California Book Description: This thoroughly engaging, concise book tells the story of California's most precious resource, tracing the journey of water in the state from the atmosphere to the snowpack to our faucets and foods.

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Water is a precious resource in California, and maintaining its quality is of utmost importance to safeguard the health of the. Filed under: Periodicals -- Indexes. Poole's Index to Periodical Literature (revised edition and 5 supplementary volumes; reprinted ), by William Frederick Poole, William Isaac Fletcher, Franklin Osborne Poole, and Mary Poole.

A-J, multiple formats at ; K-Z, multiple formats at   Similar in concept to Water in Texas: An Introduction, this book runs through the basics of the California water I largely preferred the Texas book's organization (though there was at least one clunky chapter that I'd have pulled to the back as an appendix), Carle had a knack with words that the Texas water book's author did not, making the California book in some ways a better read/5.

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The historical background of California’s water crisis By Marc Wells and Evan Blake 14 July California’s ongoing drought has set new records for the lowest annual precipitation levels. On average, California receives about million acre-feet of water per year in the form of rain and snow.

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However, we rarely experience an average year. California has the most variable weather conditions in the nation, often fluctuating between extreme drought and extreme flood. Climate change may intensify that variability. Here are entered works on the periodicals of the world and, with appropriate subdivisions, works on special aspects or sections of periodicals.

Works on periodicals in a specific language, or in a specific country or larger area, are entered under the adjectival form of the language or area, e.g.

Arabic periodicals; Canadian periodicals. California's interconnected water system serves over 30 million people and irrigates over 5, acres (2, ha) of farmland. As the world's largest, most productive, and most controversial water system, [page needed] it manages over 40 million acre feet (49 km 3) of water per year.

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Thus Miss Beatrice Harraden’s “Hilda Strafford” is claimed as Californian literature, because its scene is laid in California and its author spent a winter here, though it is a tale written by a woman of English birth and education, and is intended to warn her countrymen, and especially her.

Still of central significance in the periodical literature in were histories of economic life, that concept defined in the broadest possible terms. From the effects of tariffs on trade (Varian) to questions of intellectual property (Epstein), and matters of white‐collar crime (J. Taylor, Business History), the ongoing relevance of this.

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Arctic Anthropology. Contemporary. David Carle is a former park ranger and the author of California Natural History Guides about water, fire, air, and soil (UC Press), as well as other books in water history and management, including Drowning the Dream: California’s Water Choices at the Millennium and Water and the California most recent UC Press book is Traveling the 38th Parallel: A Water Line around Brand: University of California Press.California Constitution amended to require that all water use be “reasonable and beneficial.” St.

Francis Dam collapses, flooding the Santa Clarita Valley, killing more than people. Worst drought of the 20th century begins; ends inestablishing benchmark for water project storage and transfer capacity of all major water projects.California Aqueduct Sources of Southern California’s imported water The Dominguez Gap Wetlands Project can help reduce our dependence on imported water.

Its large basins store water from the river and stormwater, and recharge groundwater. Over time, the project will provide a cost savings by increasing local water supplies, while providing File Size: KB.