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Arthur Hinojosa

Chief, Division of Integrated Regional Water Management

California Department of Water Resources

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California Department of Water Resources

1416 Ninth Street

Sacramento, California,94236

United States

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The state's reservoirs are all well below their normal carrying capacity, according to Arthur Hinojosa, the chief of hydrology and flood operations for the California Department of Water Resources.
"Generally speaking, it has been dry across the state, and it has been remarkably dry where the population centers are and where the bulk of the water storage is," Hinojosa said.


Honoree: Hydrologic Engineering Center (HEC) | California Extreme Precipitation Symposium

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Presenting the award was Arthur Hinojosa (Chief, Hydrology & Flood Operations Office, California Dept. of Water Resources).


San Francisco Estuary Partnership » Keeping the Salt Field at Bay

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says the Department of Water Resource's Art Hinojosa - who used to work with Burau on interagency teams tasked with overseeing delta water operations.
When Hinojosa was in charge of making sure the state water project complied with various permits and standards, he had a lot more water to work with: "It's been very, very, very dry. Even though this last storm was a good shot in the arm, we're still far, far behind where we would normally be." While Hinojosa's group surveys the snowpack, with the help of a state wide network that produces a new forecast every month, Burau's team tracks what little is left to trickle through the delta, and most of this monitoring is automated. So even though there was no high flood threat from river flows or from tidal action with these recent storms, there is always lingering concern that something could go wrong and you could lose a delta island with very little warning, or at least without any other precipitating event," says Hinojosa. As this issue went to press, Burau was running scenarios and Hinojosa was trying? to take a day off with family in between days of being on call to monitor the state of the state's freshwater supply: "When there's less snow and less water, everyone wants to count every drop as soon as it lands. CONTACT: Jon Burau or Arthur Hinojosa


Voces | In The News | California on course for driest year on record

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The state's reservoirs are all well below their normal carrying capacity, according to Arthur Hinojosa , the chief of hydrology and flood operations for the California Department of Water Resources . "Generally speaking, it has been dry across the state, and it has been remarkably dry where the population centers are and where the bulk of the water storage is," Hinojosa said.
The state's reservoirs are all well below their normal carrying capacity, according to Arthur Hinojosa, the chief of hydrology and flood operations for the California Department of Water Resources. "Generally speaking, it has been dry across the state, and it has been remarkably dry where the population centers are and where the bulk of the water storage is," Hinojosa said.


Lake Mendocino | Enviro UpdatesEnviro Updates

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According to San Francisco Chronicle article on Nov. 10, 2013, entitled "California on course for driest year on record", Arthur Hinojosa, chief of hydrology and flood operation for the California Department of Water Resources said that all state reservoirs were well below their carrying capacity.
"Generally speaking , it has been dry across the state, and it has been remarkably dry where …. the bulk of the water storage is," he said and, "…most operators plan on multiyear dry years, but nobody plans on as dry as we've seen."


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