If you thought California’s water fights were bitter, just wait until you see our water-data disputes.

Digital tools have expanded the ability of governments, companies and nonprofits to measure the uses of California water, and thus build more water-efficient products, boost water conservation, and replace expensive and inefficient infrastructure.

But the abundance of water data effectively makes every piece of land and every drop of water in California the subject of measurement — and conflict. The data also expose the fragmentation and deficiencies of California’s system of water management.

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Source:  SF Chronicle

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