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ESM223 Lecture 20 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Reading For background to Steve Bachman’s lecture, please familiarize yourself with the purpose, infrastructure and actions of United Water Conservation District – see the first several pages of the United surface and groundwater conditions report Also for reference, skim for general understanding the Santa Clara River chloride TMDL ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Additional Items for Reference & General Interest To follow up the Diavik diamond theme, and because it overlaps with the interest that many of you have in nanoparticles, there is a short article from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory on diamondoid research being conducted jointly with Chevron MWD rate structures we discussed in last lecture are described in a file
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Unformatted text preview: that aggregates materials from the 2004 Ready-to-Serve charge and the recently announced proposal to increase rates 14%. As you know from our previous discussion on the subject, pharmaceuticals in wastewater and water supply generally has had increasing attention over the last 5 to 10 years. This recent AP news story doesn’t break any new ground, but is getting lots of attention (the US Senate has announced it will hold hearings on the matter) and provides a decent overview Lastly, some general reading on MWD’s local storage/banking and the impacts when MWD “calls” its stored groundwater. Consider also the banking project in Orange County groundwater basin as you read this. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------...
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  • Winter '08
  • United States Department of Energy National Laboratories, University of California, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Livermore, California, Chevron MWD rate

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