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The use of diverted water to help increase groundwater levels in the Pressure and East Side Subareas of the Salinas River Valley In Monterey County, California, to control seawater intrusion.
A report prepared in support of preventing revocation of Permit 1043 (State of California Division of Water Rights Permit for Diversion of Use of Water – Amended Permit 11043 dated 110-Jul-49) that allows for appropriation of water from the Salinas River in Monterey County California not to exceed 400 cfs with annual maximum diversion not to exceed 168,538 acre feet per year. The report addresses the potential beneficial uses of diverting water to help increase groundwater levels in the Pressure and East Side Subareas that would in turn help to control seawater intrusion.
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"2013, November 19 - Protective Elevations to Control Sea Water Intrusion in the Salinas Valley, Geoscience for MCWRA" (2017). Miscellaneous Monterey and San Luis Obispo County Documents and Reports. 20.