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The Seaside Basin Aquifer and Storage Recovery (ASR) project takes water pumped from the [[Carmel River]] and injects it into the [[Seaside aquifer]].<ref name = "MPWMD ASR Phase 1"> [http://www.mpwmd.dst.ca.us/mapgallery/GwrPstr_Left_small.pdf MPWMD ASR Phase 1] </ref>  The Seaside Basin allows for an increase in storage capacity for Monterey Peninsula Residents during dry periods of time.<ref name = "MPWMD ASR Phase 1"> [http://www.mpwmd.dst.ca.us/mapgallery/GwrPstr_Left_small.pdf MPWMD ASR Phase 1] </ref>  Other benefits of ASR is that it decreases the overdraft issues within the Seaside Basin as well as limits the potential of Seawater intrusion. The ASR project is managed by the [[Monterey Peninsula Water Management District (WPWMD)]] and [[California American Water Company (CalAm)]].
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Revision as of 12:45, 8 April 2014

Summary

The Seaside Basin Aquifer and Storage Recovery (ASR) project takes water pumped from the Carmel River and injects it into the Seaside aquifer.[1] The Seaside Basin allows for an increase in storage capacity for Monterey Peninsula Residents during dry periods of time.[1] Other benefits of ASR is that it decreases the overdraft issues within the Seaside Basin as well as limits the potential of Seawater intrusion. The ASR project is managed by the Monterey Peninsula Water Management District (WPWMD) and California American Water Company (CalAm).

Disclaimer

This page may contain student work completed as part of assigned coursework. It may not be accurate. It does not necessary reflect the opinion or policy of CSUMB, its staff, or students.
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