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“CalWater” and The California Watershed Boundary Database. Robyn Myers, Chair, CalWater Committee, Natural Resources Conservation Service, Davis, CA Lorri Peltz-Lewis, Western States WBD Coordinator, US Bureau of Reclamation, Sacramento, CA Status Report January 2004.
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Robyn Myers, Chair, CalWater Committee, Natural Resources Conservation Service, Davis, CA
Lorri Peltz-Lewis, Western States WBD Coordinator, US Bureau of Reclamation, Sacramento, CA
Status Report January 2004
There have been 3 versions to date:
CalWater, the committee, is the Interagency Watershed Mapping Committee formed a decade ago to plan, delineate, manage and distribute the CalWater maps.
An MOU of State and Federal Agencies supports cooperative efforts.What is CalWater?
California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CDF)
California Department of Fish and Game (DFG)
State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB),
U.S. Forest Service (USFS)
U.S. Geological Survey (USGS)
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA)
U.S. Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service (USDA-NRCS)
U.S. Bureau of Reclamation (USBR)
U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM)CalWater MOU Agencies
An Interagency CalWater MOU for the use, management, and maintenance of a common watershed map of California.
Watershed Level Sq Miles /Acres
This Hierarchy and Naming/Numbering System is the California System – and does not correspond directly to the Federal System used in the WBD.
But it is currently the “best (only) available data.”
Review Procedure (FGDC Guidelines):
For local planning and mapping purposes, California plans to extend the watershed hierarchy down two more levels, to include Levels 7 and 8.
This will require additional funding and commitment to complete.
Workshop 2: Sacramento (December 2001)
Workshop 3: Fresno (March 2002)
Workshop 4: Shasta (June 2002)
Workshop 5: Reno (November 2002)
Workshop 6: San Bernardino (March 2003)
Workshop 7: San Francisco Bay Area (August 2003)Watershed Delineation Workshops
DRAFT WBD Watersheds
Next Meeting: January 30th, 2004 NRCS, Davis, CA Contact Robyn or Lorri!!
(Not to be confused with the Cal-Fed California Bay-Delta Authority’s URL http://calwater.ca.gov)