Extinction is Not a Sustainable Water Policy: The Bay-Delta Crisis and the Implications for California Water Management. By Phillip L. Isenberg and others. Testimony before the Subcommittee on Water and Power; House Natural Resources Committee. (The Committee, Washington, DC) July 2, 2007. Various pagings.
Full Text at: resourcescommittee.house.gov/index.php?option=com_jcalpro&Itemid=32&extmode=view&extid=72
[“A congressional panel warned that the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, the state's key crossroads for water exports to Southern California, teeters on the verge of crisis. The delta is on the brink of an outright collapse that could threaten water deliveries throughout the state. Lawmakers warned of painful choices that almost certainly will have to be made. They suggested, decisions could be forced on California agribusiness, with some water-intensive, less-pricey crops fallowed to ensure adequate water supplies for homes, businesses and the state's more profitable agricultural commodities.” Los Angeles Times (July 3, 2007) 1.]