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Woodbridge Dam salmon spotters

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The East Bay Municipal Utility District, which manages the salmon on the Mokelumne River, relies on a camera that records every single salmon swimming past Woodbridge Dam. The footage is relayed to East Bay MUD’s office three miles away.

Source: California Water News feed

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Announcement: Dry, wet or average? The challenges for water project operations

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Water year 2016 has just begun but even if El Niño brings heavy winter rains, California’s drought-stricken reservoirs will not recover that quickly and the state and federal water projects will face many operational challenges. Learn about hydrologic conditions, precipitation patterns, the need for fishery flows, and forecasts of state and federal water project operations at this free one-day event to be held January 19 at the Sacramento Convention Center in Room 204.

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Blog: Making sense of the Clean Water Rule is easy

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One of the most often-repeated attacks from politicians who don’t support the Clean Water Rule – the initiative finalized this summer that enhances pollution protections for streams, wetlands, and ponds around the country – is that it is supposedly too complex. … In response to these exaggerated charges, NRDC developed an infographic to explain the rule in two — count ‘em, two — pages.

Source: California Water News feed

Source: Water Industry News