The Sacramento Branch is pleased to present:
Reflections on Stream Depletion....Staying on Course
Deborah Hathaway, P.E.
S.S. Papadopulos & Associates, Inc.
Stream depletion assessment is critical in developing plans for sustainable groundwater management, necessary to avoid adverse impacts to other users and the environment. Measurement, monitoring and modeling... these are the topics of research, analysis and debate. These will yield the results that will govern groundwater management, and potentially, will spark litigation. Managers must navigate a turbulent and foggy sea of information, aiming to stay on course towards practical solutions for satisfying fundamental water needs. Focus on fundamentals provides clarity, with complexity reserved for special and articulated purposes. Historical perspective is useful in this process, as are state-of-the art groundwater models and user interfaces for practical understanding of key processes. Stream depletion concepts and an interactive analysis approach are illustrated with a screening-level assessment of hypothetical groundwater management actions for the Scott Valley in Siskiyou County.
Ms. Hathaway is a hydrologist with expertise in regional water planning, groundwater model development, groundwater-surface water interactions, groundwater sustainability evaluations, and groundwater quality. Ms. Hathaway, Vice-President of S.S. Papadopulos & Associates, Inc., opened the Western office of S.S. Papadopulos & Associates in Boulder, Colorado, in 1994. Ms. Hathaway has worked on stream depletion analyses since 1982, when she worked with New Mexico State Engineer Steve Reynolds in evaluating the effects of groundwater appropriation and transfer on inter-connected streams.
ABOUT IN-SITU INC:
In-Situ Inc. designs, manufactures, and rents water level, water quality, and flow monitoring instrumentation for groundwater, surface water, and coastal waters. Known for innovating top-quality water monitoring equipment, they also provide a full-solution for decision-quality data via easy integration with telemetry and data services. For over 40 years, In-Situ products have provided accurate results and reliable operation in harsh monitoring conditions. Applications include aquifer characterization, mining, oil/gas, remediation, aquaculture, and more. In-Situ offers world-class technical support 24/7 through a global network of regional offices and distributors, and is headquartered in Fort Collins, Colorado, USA. Please visit https://in-situ.com or https://rentals.in-situ.com, or call 1-800-446-7488.
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UPCOMING MEETINGS & EVENTS:
October 11th: John Kornuc, Ph.D., Physical Scientist, Naval Facilities Engineering and Expeditionary Warfare Center, An Overview of PFASs and their Concern to the Navy
November 8th: Rick Cramer, P.G. with Burns & McDonnell, Groundwater Sequence Stratigraphy: Geology-Based Hydrogeologic Conceptual Models for Successful Groundwater Remediation and Groundwater Sustainability
December 13th: John Fio, Principal Hydrologist with HydroFocus, Inc., Technical Consensus and Multi-Party Sustainability Planning, Westside Groundwater Basin