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Arthur Hinojosa

Chief, Division of Integrated Regional Water Management

California Department of Public Health

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California Department of Public Health

1615 Capitol Avenue

Sacramento, California,95899

United States

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WBWANews

www.westbasinwaterassociation.com [cached]

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.


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

www.vocesverdes.org [cached]

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

envirocentersoco.org [cached]

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."


www.rrwpc.org

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.�


2014 | Russian River Watershed Protection Committee

www.rrwpc.org [cached]

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. More »


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