The Russell Avenue bridge over the Delta-Mendota Canal in Firebaugh is lower today because of subsidence. Studies show that parts of the Central Valley are sinking as groundwater is being pumped during the historic drought.
The Russell Avenue bridge over the Delta-Mendota Canal in Firebaugh is lower today because of subsidence. Studies show that parts of the Central Valley are sinking as groundwater is being pumped during the historic drought. Florence Low California Department of Water Resources
The Russell Avenue bridge over the Delta-Mendota Canal in Firebaugh is lower today because of subsidence. Studies show that parts of the Central Valley are sinking as groundwater is being pumped during the historic drought. Florence Low California Department of Water Resources

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January 18, 2016 04:00 PM

UPDATED January 18, 2016 01:51 PM

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