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North Bay aqueduct by California. Dept. of Water Resources

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Published in [Sacramento] .
Written in English


  • Water resources development

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Edition Notes

SeriesIts Bulletin -- no. 110, Bulletin (California. Dept. of Water Resources) -- 110.
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 74 p.
Number of Pages74
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25402429M

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: California. Department of Water Resources. North Bay aqueduct. [Sacramento] (OCoLC) Material Type. Get this from a library! Water quality investigations of the Barker Slough Watershed, North Bay Aqueduct summary. [Municipal Water Quality Investigations Program (Calif.);]. The North Bay Aqueduct (NBA) is part of the State Water Project (SWP). The SWP has rights to water originating from the Sacramento and San Joaquin Rivers, and it stores water in Lake Oroville. The NBA was envisioned as part of the SWP during the s and s when the SWP was being planned. North Bay Aqueduct Water Quality Map. All of the data and information on these plots is raw, unrefined, and has not yet been reviewed by qualified staff. The plots come directly from the monitoring equipment and are displayed in unedited format. All monitoring equipment is subject to intermittent fluctuations, or spikes, which can cause invalid.

  Local reservoirs and streams and groundwater are the major sources of supply for cities such as Mill Valley,Santa Rosa, Vacaville, Fairfield and Clearlake. The State Water Project’s North Bay Aqueduct supplies Napa and Solano counties Select a community below to learn more. The North Bay Aqueduct is owned by the DWR. The Cities currently receive water from a number of sources, including SWP water diverted by DWR at Barker Slough and delivered through the North Bay Aqueduct to Solano Water Agency, which then delivers water to the Cities under a subcontract. In dry, critical, and below normal years, DWR diversions of. The North Bay Aqueduct was included in the project in The Struggle for Passage. Approval of a state water project did not come easily. Such an immense project had never been constructed. Its costs and engineering feasibility were questioned. Parties in the state's north and south regions vehemently opposed the project. The North Bay Aqueduct of the California State Water Project delivers an annual average of 39, acre feet ( km 3) of water to urban communities and agricultural users in Napa, Solano, Sonoma and Marin counties. That water is diverted from the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta Estuary, a water hub that serves as the junction of south.

  The current North Bay Aqueduct intake is located in Barker Slough (North West Delta in Solano County) where it is strongly affected by water quality in the local watershed, has the highest average organic carbon concentrations of any Delta municipal water supply intake, and is located in high-quality habitat for listed native fish species. Total Organic Carbon in the North Bay Aqueduct and Rainfall in the City of Fairfield, viii Total Organic Concentrations in the North Bay Aqueduct and Rainfall in the. Solano County Water Agency Vaca Valley Parkway, Suite Vacaville, CA Tel: Fax: North Bay Aqueduct exports (cfs) for the last 30 days can be found under Barked Slough Pumping on DWR's delta hydrologic conditions page. Methods. Egg and larval samples are collected every other day at 4 stations in Barker and Lindsey Sloughs. Samples are collected using an egg and larval, rigid opening net constructed of mm Nitex mesh.