Water Supply Projects in California's Central Coast Region
Two major issues for the Central Coast of California are water supply and water scarcity exemplified by the CalAm Use of Carmel River Groundwater Basin. This primary purpose of this page is to provide a partial list of water supply projects that have addressed these challenges.
Existing Water Supply Projects
- Recyled Water
- Surface Water
- Carmel River Aquifer Storage and Recovery Project (ASR Project) 1996-2013.
- Salinas River Diversion Facility (SRDF) 2010-present.
- Nacimiento Dam Established 1957, San Antonio Dam Established 1967, and Interlake Tunnel 2014-present.
- The Carmel River Watershed
- Carmel Valley Alluvial Aquifer
- CalAm Use of Carmel River Groundwater Basin
- Salinas River
- Salinas River. Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory photo: Salinas River Updated May 2008. Retrieved April 5, 2020.
- Monterey Peninsula Water Management District North Monterey County Drought Contingency Plan Published March 2019. Retrieved April 5, 2020.
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