Evaluation of Methods to Minimize Contamination Hazards to Wildlife Using Agricultural Evaporation Ponds in the San Joaquin Valley, California: Final Report Prepared for the California Department of Water Resources Under Contract No. STCA/DWR B57037
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O COMPARISON OF METHODS AND RECOMMENDED ACTION
O REFERENCES CITED
O PERSONS CONTACTED
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acid acidification acre acre-foot evaporated acre-foot of water addition aerial application AF/yr algae application approximately Aquashade aquatic bird hazing California Department Change Pond chemical chlorine comm construction copper sulfate Cost Analysis cost estimates cost per acre-foot dabbling ducks decrease Department of Water Dimilin drainage water Drezner ducks Effectiveness in Reducing enhanced evaporation erosion Evaluation evaporation basin evaporation pond systems evaporation pond water evaporation ponds evaporation rate feet floating windbreaks Frankenberger freshwater habitat geotextiles GOOC gravel hazards to wildlife hazing program herbicides increase installation invertebrates Kesterson Reservoir linear foot macrophytes Magnacide Malathion material methods National Wildlife Refuge nesting number of cells parathion pesticides polyethylene sheeting potential pumping riprap salinity San Joaquin Valley sediments selenium shallow water Shoemaker shorebirds shoreline netting Skorupa soil solar distillation species spray technique Telephone conversation TLDD toxic treatment Tribbey Tulare Lake UCLA vegetation volatilization of selenium water evaporated waterbirds waterfowl windbreaks wires