Water supply, urban growth, and agricultural water supplies: new linkages in California law.

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Year Published: 2003
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Author: Johns, G. E. ; Soehren, R.
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Two documents have recently been produced to describe water delivery reliability of the State Water Project for California, USA and to provide guidance on how local land use planning agencies and water agencies can meet requirements of the new laws. The legal linkage between firm water supplies and approval of major new housing developments is resulting in greater pressures for permanent water transfers between agriculture and urban developments.

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Journal: Water for a sustainable world, limited supplies and expandingdemand. Proceedings USCID Second International Conference on Irrigationand Drainage, Phoenix, Arizona, USA, 12-15 May, 2003
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ISSN: 188790316X
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agriculture, land use planning, legislation, localgovernment, organizations, regional government, regional planning, stategovernment, urban development, urban planning, water distribution, waterlaw, water policy, water supply, water transfer, California, USA,Pacific States of USA, Western States of USA, USA, North America,America, Developed Countries, OECD Countries, United States of America,water supplies, Laws and Regulations (DD500), Water Resources (PP200),Natural Resource Economics (EE115) (New March 2000), Policy and Planning(EE120), Public Services and Infrastructure (UU300)

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