TitleLesson Learned from Winter 2022-23, Workshop Event (FloodMAR Network | March 2023)
Resource Author(s)
  • Department of Water Resources
YouTube Linkyoutube.com
Date of RecordingMarch 22, 2023
Full Description

The wet winter of 2022-23 is providing a terrific test of California’s efforts and ambitions toward implementing Flood-Managed Aquifer Recharge (Flood-MAR). While highlighting some encouraging successes, the recent storm and flood events expose weaknesses and limitations in the quest to both better manage floodwaters and increase groundwater storage dramatically in our changing climate. This workshop reviewed actual Flood-MAR efforts, highlight successes as well as missed opportunities, and culminated in the identification of Network actions that are needed to place California on the path to realizing the goal of increasing average annual managed groundwater recharge by 500,000 ac-ft.

Topic Area(s)
  • Crop System Suitability
  • Economic Analysis
  • Environment - Terrestrial and Riparian/Aquatic
  • Hydrology Observation and Prediction
  • Infrastructure Conveyance and Hydraulics
  • Land Use Planning and Management
  • Local, State, and Federal Policies and Legal Considerations
  • People and Water
  • Recharge and Extraction Methods and Measurement
  • Reservoir Operations
  • Soils, Geology, and Aquifer Characterization
  • Tool and Application Development
  • Water Quality

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