Years of Planning for the South San Francisco Bay Shoreline Project: Now It’s Time to Build! Rapidly but Gently!
When a complicated project is completed, and you ask the engineers, "What was the most challenging part of this project?" a couple of difficulties usually come to mind. We’ve all heard war stories from...

How Can We `Improve Coordination' of Water Resource Planning with the Endangered Species Act?

Can a Multi-Species Conservation Plan Conserve 102 Species Including the Four Big River Fish at a Reasonable Cost?

First-Year Selective Withdrawal Performance of the Shasta Dam Temperature Control Device

Remediating Selenium Impacts on Endangered Fish in the Upper Colorado River

The Marine Animal Database: Design, Methods and Use

Land Management Practices and Endangered Species in the Watershed: Are They Compatible? A Case History

Tidewater Goby (Eucyclogobius newberryi) Management in California Estuaries

Orange County Central and Coastal Program

Improved Coordination and Cooperation of ESA Activities: How Can We Help Each Other?

A Primer on Nonuse Economic Values

Impacts of In-Stream Flow Requirements Upon Water Temperature in the Central Platte River

An Analysis of Platte River Channel Changes

Environmental Partnerships on the Colorado: Moving from Mediation to True Cooperation

Creative Conflict Resolution - Don Pedro Hydroelectric Project, California

Methods and Tool Used to Plan the Rewind of the Fish Units at The Dalles Dam

The 1994 Bay-Delta Accord: An Urban Water Supplier's Perspective

Bay Delta - Implications on Project Operations

Alternative Dispute Resolution Don Pedro Hydroelectric Project, California

Mandatory Conditioning Requirements: Strategies Following Bangor Hydro-Electric v. FERC, Rainsong v. FERC and Bennett v. Spear





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