California Institute for Water Resources
California Institute for Water Resources
California Institute for Water Resources
University of California
California Institute for Water Resources

Insights: Water and Drought Online Seminar Series

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This online seminar series from the University of California, Agriculture and Natural Resources, with support from the California Department of Water Resources, brings timely, relevant expertise on water and drought from around the UC system and beyond directly to interested communities. 

Drought impacts on natural resources, man-made environment, and water supply

 

Drought preparedness practices and policies

 
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Water resources management in the Pajaro Valley, California

Brian Lockwood, Senior Hydrologist, Pajaro Valley Water Management Agency

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Available tools for estimating soil suitability to groundwater banking

Anthony O’Geen, UC Cooperative Extension Specialist, UC Davis
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Managing deficit irrigation

Marshall English, Oregon State University
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Water-use-efficient tillage, residue and irrigation management

Jeff Mitchell, UC Cooperative Extension Specialist, UC Davis
 
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Using agroecological practices to enhance the resilience of organic farms to drought

Miguel Altieri, University of California, Berkeley
 
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Water marketing, groundwater banking, and drought management in California

Ellen Hanak, Public Policy Institute of California
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Available tools for water demand and management

Mortez Orang, California Department of Water Resources
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How Will Monitoring Soil Moisture Save Me Water?

Dan Johnson, NRCS State Water Management Engineer
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ET-based irrigation scheduling and management considerations under drought

Richard Snyder, UC Cooperative Extension Specialist, UC Davis
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Surface irrigation management under drought

Khaled Bali, UC Cooperative Extension Advisor
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Field irrigation monitoring for maximum efficiency under drought conditions

Blake Sanden, UC Cooperative Extension Advisor

 

Water management in urban landscapes during drought

 

Crop management practices under limited water supply: Annual crops

 

Crop management practices under limited water supply: Permanent crops

This series continues to expand over time.  

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Thank you to the California Department of Water Resources 
for their support.
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