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  • Regulatory Aspects of Direct Potable Reuse in California

    Regulatory Aspects of Direct Potable Reuse in California

    Introduction California`s water supplies are derived from a variety of sources, including local and imported surface water, groundwater, desalinated seawater, and recycled water. Water resources are becoming limited due to population increases, ...

    JAMES CROOK, Ph.D., P.E.

  • Views on the Status of `Water Recycling 2030: Recommendations of California`s Recycled Water Task Force`

    Views on the Status of `Water Recycling 2030: Recommendations of California`s Recycled Water Task Force`

    Introduction Purpose of White Paper In June 2003, DWR issued the report Water Recycling 2030: Recommendations of California`s Recycled Water Task Force, which addressed the mission established in Assembly Bill 331, Chapter 590, Statutes of 2001, ...

    MARGARET H. NELLOR, P.E. Nellor Environmental Associates, Inc. Austin, Texas

  • Water 2010: A `Near-Sighted` Program of Water Resource Management Improvements for the Western United States

    Water 2010: A `Near-Sighted` Program of Water Resource Management Improvements for the Western United States

    Long-term visions and goals for western water resource management, with time horizons of 2020, 2025, or 2030, are extremely important and useful. A number of studies and planning processes with such time horizons are under way or have been completed ...

    WILLIAM BLOMQUIST, Ph.D. Department of Political Science Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis Indianapolis, Indiana

  • Assessing Risk Information Concerning Coastal Runoff

    Assessing Risk Information Concerning Coastal Runoff

    Executive Summary In coastal urban watersheds, runoff from the landscape eventually reaches the ocean. If beaches along the ocean are used for recreation, three vital and interrelated questions arise. First, whether and to what extent does urban ...

    William A. Blomquist, Ph.D. Harvey F. Collins, Ph.D., P.E. David B. Friedman, Ph.D.