Circularity & Recharge - February 2021
1: The Process of Recharge in Randullabad
2: Variability and the Dynamic System
3: Managing Groundwater without Contradictions
4: PVWMA and Harkin Slough in California, U.S.A.
5: Fluctuations in Recharge and Risks of Saltwater Intrusion
6: Impacts of Recharge Efforts and Ongoing Goals
7: Notions of Circularity in Agriculture and Oasis Contexts
8: Changes to Circularity in the 20th Century
9: Old Oases and New Extensions
10: Sharing Water and Future Perspectives
11: Video: Circularity in M'Zab Valley, Algeria
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A brief introduction to California's Groundwater and the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act