January 18, 2017
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CA LCC Funded Research
Projected Impacts of Climate, Urbanization, Water Management, and Wetland Restoration on Waterbird Habitat in California's Central Valley

This article presents projected area of waterbird habitat for 17 climate, urbanization, water supply management, and wetland restoration scenarios for years 2006-2099 in the Central Valley region, a critical linkage on the Pacific Flyway migration corridor.


Funding Opportunity for Coastal Resilience! 

Proposals Due: March 15, 2017

The NOAA Coastal Resilience Grants Program will  support two  categories of activities: strengthening coastal communities and habitat restoration. Applicants can now submit proposals for both categories through the same funding opportunity.
Call for Nominations: Celebrate the Adaptation Professionals in Your Life Today!

Due: January 25th
The purpose of the ASAP Prize is to improve and accelerate   professional practice in climate adaptation by highlighting U.S. communities and organizations that have reduced net losses and decreased vulnerability of natural/human systems to extreme weather events and climate change.

Video of the week - Walt: Saving the San Joaquin River

American River's film "Walt" shares the story of Walt Shubin a farmer who has been fighting to restore the health of the San Joaquin River for decades. Learn more here.
CA LCC Webinar - Recording Posted!
Improvements to the Sacramento River Drought 
Water Rights Allocation Tool

The Drought Water Rights Allocation Tool (DWRAT) utilizes data on  spatial and temporal variability of water demands, priority of water rights, and hydrology to explore the future of water in California. 

Good Reads

America's Most Edangered Rivers Report - 2016 - American Rivers

Water Scarce to Recharge Ground Water, New Report Shows - California Department of Water Resources