Seawater Intrusion Solutions for the Salinas Valleyby Lauran L. Howard,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: North American Water and Environment Congress & Destructive Water
Abstract: Seawater intrusion has been occurring in the aquifers of the Salinas Valley ground water basin for more than 40 years. Two capital projects that will help reduce the rate of seawater intrusion are now being constructed in a cooperative effort by the Monterey County Water Resources Agency and the Monterey Regional Water Pollution Control Agency. Additional capital projects and programs needed to stop seawater intrusion are being developed as part of the Salinas River Basin Management Plan.
Subject Headings: Salt water intrusion | Water pollution | Water resources | Basins | Assets | Salinity | Aquifers
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