Toward a Disaster Resilient California:
The Delta supplies freshwater to two thirds of all Californians, a $50 billion agricultural industry, and critical habitat for many protected species. Increasing drought and sea level rise is making it more challenging for water managers to meet the freshwater needs of all who rely on the Delta.
The expert panel discusses issues related to managing salinity in the California delta and the impacts of climate change.
Watch this CCST Expert Briefing to learn more. Held in partnership with the Delta Stewardship Council and the Office of Assemblymember Cecilia Aguiar-Curry. Held May 16, 2022.
Delta Stewardship Council | Adaptive Management Program Manager
Jay Lund, PhD
UC Davis | Center for Watershed Sciences
Brett Milligan, PhD
UC Davis | Department of Human Ecology
Nigel Quinn, PhD
Berkeley Lab | Hydroecological Engineering Advanced Decision Support
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