Conjunctive-Use Opportunities in Southern Californiaby Donald R. Kendall, Metropolitan Water District of, Southern California, United States,
Andrew Sienkiewich, Metropolitan Water District of, Southern California, United States,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Artificial Recharge of Ground Water
Abstract: Increasing demands for water in Southern California, coupled with limited imported surface water supplies, indicate a potential shortage of about 1 million acre-feet by the year 2010. In an effort to better utilize these imported water supplies with existing ground water reserves. The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California is actively developing ground water conjunctive-use programs in and around its 5,200-square-mile service area.
Subject Headings: Water storage | Light rail transit | Water resources | Water shortage | Urban areas | Groundwater supply | Coupling | North America | California | United States
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