Program to Meet StandardsTo facilitate effective management of salt discharges into the Lower San Joaquin River, Reclamation is providing near real-time flow and salinity forecasts of the river at Vernalis ,Crows Landing, and Maze Road along the river where the water quality objectives were established by the Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board. For implementing the Program to Meet Standards, Reclamation is providing 14-day flow and salinity forecasts daily by using a regression method. Reclamation will continue to maintain the Watershed Analysis Risk Management Model for responding to stakeholder site specific questions as needed. Reclamation utilizes flow forecasts provided by the California-Nevada River Forecast Center in coming up with flow and salinity forecasts. Find the links on the left navigation bar to navigate to these forecasts.
- MAA Anual Work Plan
- MAA Annual Report
- MAA Agreement
- 2014 Management Agency Agreement (PDF 245 - KB)
LinksCVSALTS is a non-profit coalition of Public Agencies, Business, Associations and other members working together to better manage salts in the Central Valley of California. Central Valley Salinity Alternatives for Long-Term Sustainability (CV-SALTS)
For additional information contact:
Jobaid Kabir, Branch Chief, Decision Analysis Branch, Planning Division U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Mid-Pacific Region, (916) 978-5091