Changes to California’s water supply will be driven by new groundwater policy, sea level rise, loss of snowpack, population growth, and the state’s economy and agriculture.
Changes to California’s water supply will be driven by new groundwater policy, sea level rise, loss of snowpack, population growth, and the state’s economy and agriculture. JIM WILSON New York Times file
Changes to California’s water supply will be driven by new groundwater policy, sea level rise, loss of snowpack, population growth, and the state’s economy and agriculture. JIM WILSON New York Times file

Inevitable changes in California’s water supply

April 30, 2016 5:00 PM

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